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Jordan Small

Jordan Small

Jordan Small joined the Outlook in 2014 and covers the vast world of sports in the Bow Valley. A Barrie, Ont. native, he also wrote for RMO's Mountain Guide section and the MD of Bighorn beat. He previously wrote for the Cold Lake Sun and Top MMA News. Prior to Jordan's career in journalism, he was the event coordinator for the Score Fighting Series, a defunct mixed martial arts promotion based out of Toronto.

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Recent Work by Jordan

Bow Valley misses international workers during staff shortage crunch

Bow Valley misses international workers during staff shortage crunch

“Everyone has pitched up wages, but it doesn’t matter what you pay; there’s nobody to take the job."
Massive support pours in for injured Canmore alpinist Barry Blanchard

Massive support pours in for injured Canmore alpinist Barry Blanchard

"The trajectory [of Barry Blanchard's recovery] seems to be going in the right direction, but I think with these kind of injuries everyone is going to need a bit more time and he'll need a bit more time to continue to fight."
Olympic champion rower Kasia Gruchalla-Wesierski shows off gold in Canmore

Olympic champion rower Kasia Gruchalla-Wesierski shows off gold in Canmore

"Our mission for our team was to redefine excellence. It wasn't just let's win a gold, it was more than that. We wanted to make a statement that Canadian rowing isn't over and to be a part of that is so special because it makes it way bigger than you just winning a gold medal. It actually gives purpose to your mission."
Summer Twoyoungmen: Stoney Nakoda’s next generation of artists, leaders and change makers

Summer Twoyoungmen: Stoney Nakoda’s next generation of artists, leaders and change makers

“We’ve had overdoses for many years, but recently it’s been hitting hard, it’s been one after the other, they keep dropping, and it’s because the pandemic and the dealers are getting brave enough to mix anything and that’s what causing our people to die, almost every day."
Cheyenne Ozînjâ θîhâ: Stoney Nakoda’s next generation of artists, leaders and change makers

Cheyenne Ozînjâ θîhâ: Stoney Nakoda’s next generation of artists, leaders and change makers

“I’m a pretty badass person because I went through a lot and I have a lot of stories to share and a lot of obstacles I had to overcome and still trying to get over.”
Thomas Snow: Stoney Nakoda’s next generation of artists, leaders and change makers

Thomas Snow: Stoney Nakoda’s next generation of artists, leaders and change makers

“Everything I say, everything I do, everything that I am, it comes from my community and it comes from my family. Any inspiration I have, it’s the community.”
Lita Crawler: Stoney Nakoda’s next generation of artists, leaders and change makers

Lita Crawler: Stoney Nakoda’s next generation of artists, leaders and change makers

“It is challenging, but once you’ve overcome it, you feel proud about yourself. If I don’t ride because I was scared, it bugs me.”
Jarret Twoyoungmen: Stoney Nakoda’s next generation of artists, leaders and change makers

Jarret Twoyoungmen: Stoney Nakoda’s next generation of artists, leaders and change makers

“We’ve actually been getting disrespected so many times from the non-Native people and we want respect. That’s how we want it actually with our films, our arts, and with our music.”
‘Battle Against Drugs Walk’ planned on Stoney Nakoda, petition to ban drug dealers gains local support

‘Battle Against Drugs Walk’ planned on Stoney Nakoda, petition to ban drug dealers gains local support

“We want a bylaw that will show drug dealers aren’t allowed on the reserve."
Staying fit from the comfort of your own home

Staying fit from the comfort of your own home

Here are the basics for starting your very own home gym.