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Jazmin Tremblay

Jazmin Tremblay

Jazmin completed a minor in journalism at Hanze University in the Netherlands and completed her Communication Studies degree from MacEwan University with a major in journalism. She has also interned at Global News Edmonton as a videographer and worked as a multi-media intern in the Philippines for the online news organization Rappler. Jazmin is passionate about covering community journalism, as it is the origin of all great stories.

Email
jtremblay@llb.greatwest.ca

Recent Work by Jazmin

Central Alberta tow truck operators push for change after driver and tow trucks struck

Central Alberta tow truck operators push for change after driver and tow trucks struck

'It’s terrifying out there,’ says tow truck operator.
Imperial Oil continues to innovate bitumen extraction while reducing environmental impact

Imperial Oil continues to innovate bitumen extraction while reducing environmental impact

By 2023, the first phase of Imperial Oil’s Cold Lake Operations SA-SAGD expansion project is anticipated to be operational and capable of producing 15,000 barrels per day while reducing water use and greenhouse gas emissions.
Bonnyville physician weighs in on local medical staff shortages

Bonnyville physician weighs in on local medical staff shortages

'The solutions are complex. This crisis of healthcare workers, and I mean to include everyone... has been longstanding in rural Alberta for decades,’ said Dr. Webster.
Historical missing persons case from 1967 highlighted in national initiative

Historical missing persons case from 1967 highlighted in national initiative

More than half a century later, Bonnvyille RCMP are revisiting a missing persons case involving a Bonnyville woman, Margaret Mildred Batoche, who was reported missing by her family in 1967.
Jennie’s Diner and Bakery closed by AHS for REP non-compliance

Jennie’s Diner and Bakery closed by AHS for REP non-compliance

Taking a stand against the provincial health guidelines imposed on the food and beverage industry, the Bonnyville eatery had its food-handling permit suspended after receiving two non-compliance notices.
Hay sale scams target farmers across the province

Hay sale scams target farmers across the province

Cold Lake resident loses $1,800 in an online hay sale scam, along with dozens of other Albertans, says RCMP Constable.
Vigil remembers MMIW and stolen children

Vigil remembers MMIW and stolen children

From across Lakeland, guests arrived at Bonnyville’s C2 facility to honour and remember the lives of murdered and missing Indigenous women and the stolen children of the residential school system.
Giant potatoes unearthed in Bonnyville

Giant potatoes unearthed in Bonnyville

After an early summer heat dome, a Bonnyville local was shocked to dig up a nearly five-pound potato from his garden.
Bonnyville Legion unveils monument for children who attended residential schools

Bonnyville Legion unveils monument for children who attended residential schools

On a gloomy afternoon a crowd formed to watch the unveiling of a monument dedicated to every student that was forced to attend one of Canada’s 139 Indian Residential Schools.
Young Spirit engages students at Notre Dame High School for Orange Shirt Day

Young Spirit engages students at Notre Dame High School for Orange Shirt Day

Students at École Notre Dame High School celebrated Orange Shirt Day a day early.