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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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jtremblay@llb.greatwest.ca

Recent Work by Jazmin

Province gives green light on evaluations for carbon storage hub proposed in Cold Lake

Province gives green light on evaluations for carbon storage hub proposed in Cold Lake

The Pathways Alliance, representing Canada’s six largest oil sands producers, has entered into a Carbon Sequestration Evaluation Agreement with the Government of Alberta in anticipation of a carbon storage hub expected to be built in the Cold Lake area.
Cold Lake area proposed as site for underground carbon capturing

Cold Lake area proposed as site for underground carbon capturing

Between 25,000 to 30,000 construction workers could be needed in northeastern Alberta by the end of the decade, as Canada’s six largest oil sands producers work together under the banner of Pathways Alliance to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions in oil sands production by 2050.
Appeal underway after one-vote difference in UCP nomination race

Appeal underway after one-vote difference in UCP nomination race

The wait continues in the naming of the Bonnyville-Cold Lake-St. Paul’s next UCP representative after a one-vote difference was counted following polls closing on Monday evening.
AHS confirms respiratory illness outbreak at Northern Alberta school

AHS confirms respiratory illness outbreak at Northern Alberta school

The AHS notice did not attribute the illness outbreak at École des Beaux-Lacs School in Bonnyville to COVID-19 or a variant of the virus.
Northern Alberta First Nation puts up $5,000 for information on missing man

Northern Alberta First Nation puts up $5,000 for information on missing man

35-year-old Joshua Lee Andrew from Cold Lake First Nation has not been seen or heard from in nearly two months.
Hundreds gather in Northern Alberta to understand proposed IPCA

Hundreds gather in Northern Alberta to understand proposed IPCA

A proposal to transition a large area of provincial parks and municipal lands into Indigenous Protection and Conserved Areas (IPCA) has sparked citizen mobilization.
Recommended age for breast cancer screening lowered in Alberta

Recommended age for breast cancer screening lowered in Alberta

Alberta is the first province in Canada to lower the recommended age for regular breast cancer screening mammograms to include women 45 to 50 years old.
Municipal district decides against swapping title of reeve for mayor

Municipal district decides against swapping title of reeve for mayor

The MD of Bonnyville council is sticking with reeve as the title of the municipality's top elected official, despite the confusion it can cause.
Northern Alberta woman gets a lovely birthday surprise

Northern Alberta woman gets a lovely birthday surprise

Bonnyville's Lynda Robb 'Feels the Love' as a local company donates and installs a brand-new Lennox furnace and air conditioner. 
Pursuit of Alberta police force may give rise to more First Nations forces

Pursuit of Alberta police force may give rise to more First Nations forces

First Nations’ chiefs have long called on federal and provincial governments for resources to establish Indigenous police forces to operate on reserves.
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