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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.

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Recent Work by Jazmin

Homeless increasing in Bonnyville, but not arriving by bus

Homeless increasing in Bonnyville, but not arriving by bus

Frontline workers say a rumour that unhoused individuals have been arriving in the Town of Bonnyville from places like Vancouver by bus is untrue.
Search of Winnipeg landfills needs to happen says Alberta group

Search of Winnipeg landfills needs to happen says Alberta group

Northern Alberta group holds rally to support those calling for landfill search for missing Indigenous women.
Slippery situation unfolds at Bonnyville hospital after waterline break

Slippery situation unfolds at Bonnyville hospital after waterline break

A water-line break at the Bonnyville Health Centre earlier this week caused flooding, ER not impacted.
Attempted theft of UTV leads to damages totalling thousands of dollars

Attempted theft of UTV leads to damages totalling thousands of dollars

Thieves in Bonnyville who attempted to steal a side-by-side UTV allegedly caused thousands of dollars' worth of damage on the morning of Aug. 4.
Bonnyville Museum works to keep French language alive

Bonnyville Museum works to keep French language alive

New signs in French and English are just one piece of a larger mission to make the Bonnyville and District Museum more linguistically inclusive. Collaborations and connections are also being formed with other museums in the region that embrace bilingualism.
A step in the right direction, Cold Lake women's shelter breaks ground on $30 million facility

A step in the right direction, Cold Lake women's shelter breaks ground on $30 million facility

A new 50,000 square ft. four-story building will more than double Stepping Stones Crisis Centre’s shelter bed capacity and intake for second-stage housing for women and children fleeing domestic violence in northeastern Alberta.
Cyanobacteria shows its colours on Jessie Lake

Cyanobacteria shows its colours on Jessie Lake

Numerous recreational Alberta lakes are currently under a blue-green algae advisory with eight active advisories listed in the Lakeland area.
Bonnyville home lost to early morning blaze

Bonnyville home lost to early morning blaze

On July 12, Bonnyville firefighters from Station 5 responded to two separate structures fires. While one private residence was destroyed, a second structure fire was brought under control by staff prior to fire crews' arrival.
Senior cats from Bonnyville SPCA make their way by plane to B.C. animal sanctuary

Senior cats from Bonnyville SPCA make their way by plane to B.C. animal sanctuary

Bonnyville SPCA says farewell to two of its senior cats who were diagnosed with Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV). The orange tabbies were flown out of the Bonnyville airport by Canadian Wings of Rescue on July 3, and are getting comfortable in their new home in Maple Ridge, B.C.
Nearly a decade of service recognized at retirement barbecue for Odie

Nearly a decade of service recognized at retirement barbecue for Odie

The province’s first RCMP support service dog is retiring after nearly a decade on the job. The Bonnyville community said farewell during a community barbecue on May 26.
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