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Jenna Dulewich

Jenna Dulewich

Jenna Dulewich is an award-winning reporter who joined the Outlook in 2019. Prior to moving to the Rockies, her articles appeared in newspapers across southern Alberta and Manitoba. She currently covers Stoney Nakoda First Nation, the MD of Bighorn and court.

Recent Work by Jenna

Catholic church in Canmore celebrates opening with dedication service

Catholic church in Canmore celebrates opening with dedication service

"[I feel] a tremendous amount of relief, a sense of peace that we've come to this point and gratitude, gratitude to everyone who has been part of the building project and now a lot of excitement for everyone that is going to come visit."
Gonzo Road officially renamed by the MD of Bighorn

Gonzo Road officially renamed by the MD of Bighorn

Goodbye Gonzo.
National parks gradually reopening, focusing on education and safety

National parks gradually reopening, focusing on education and safety

Parks Canada will reopen Banff National Park on June 1 and while Albertans will be able to access some trails, day-use areas and green spaces, visitor services and facilities will remain closed
String of bike thefts prompts Canmore RCMP to ask for information

String of bike thefts prompts Canmore RCMP to ask for information

"We need statements and we need people to tell us so we can investigate it. We are continuing to investigate all [reported] thefts, but the best way to bring it to a successful conclusion is to contact us."
Food and Friends goes semi-weekly, province grants $200k to Bow Valley

Food and Friends goes semi-weekly, province grants $200k to Bow Valley

"I know some people look at this town and think everyone is [affluent], but there are serious pockets of need.” 
Bow Valley Food Alliance hires temporary coordinator, focuses on emergency needs

Bow Valley Food Alliance hires temporary coordinator, focuses on emergency needs

The Bow Valley Food Alliance hired a temporary coordinator, thanks to a grant from the Bow Valley Emergency Grant Funding, to help with immediate food distribution while also sharing education and growing its network
MD of Bighorn defers property tax payments until end of August

MD of Bighorn defers property tax payments until end of August

MD of Bighorn property owners now have an extra 60 days to pay residential and non-residential property taxes
Stoney Nakoda back to zero active COVID-19 cases

Stoney Nakoda back to zero active COVID-19 cases

“We just want to remind people that you can’t just come onto the Nation and go fishing or camping. We have signs at all 20 of our entrances … so just like our friends in Canmore and Banff, we are asking people to respect that it is private land and to not trespass."
Lake Louise first signatory on Bow Valley Food Charter

Lake Louise first signatory on Bow Valley Food Charter

“We were enthusiastic to sign the charter, I think it’s been a great move for the valley. The problems and advantages we face whether it be Exhsaw, Morley, Canmore, Banff or Lake Louise – it’s good we are all on a good collective path to move forward.”
Canmore fire chief reminds residents of campfire rules heading into long weekend

Canmore fire chief reminds residents of campfire rules heading into long weekend

Fires in designated fire pits within the municipal boundaries of the Town of Canmore are permitted at this time. Campfires on public land, or in the provincial parks, are not.