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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

Search and Rescue locate missing Saskatchewan senior

Search and Rescue locate missing Saskatchewan senior

An 80-year-old Saskatchewan man missing in Northern Alberta was located after being outdoors for nearly 24 hours.
Alberta projects aimed at managing CO2 byproducts

Alberta projects aimed at managing CO2 byproducts

The Alberta government has redirected more than $2 million to support four Alberta-based projects aimed at Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage. Financing will also come from eight other countries taking part in an international partnership to combat global warming.
Alberta EMS services at a crisis point: HSAA president

Alberta EMS services at a crisis point: HSAA president

Dropped shifts, downgrades and red alerts have become the norm for ambulance services across the province, says Health Sciences Association of Alberta president Mike Parker.
Province pledges more support for Ukrainian refugees arriving in Alberta

Province pledges more support for Ukrainian refugees arriving in Alberta

On Wednesday, Premier Jason Kenney announced more than $2 million worth of additional funding to help Ukrainian refugees settling in Alberta. The announcement included health benefits for refugees with temporary residency and language services for Ukrainians.
Alberta’s Waste Bill 83 could impact municipalities

Alberta’s Waste Bill 83 could impact municipalities

“We’re moving Alberta forward with legislation that will make producers of the waste responsible for the system in a way that creates a big opportunity to diversify the plastics economy,” said Environment and Parks minister Jason Nixon of the Bill 83 the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Amendment Act. However, the Opposition and said it misses the mark and only allows more changes to opt out of recycling.
Northern Alberta man charged in death of infant granted bail

Northern Alberta man charged in death of infant granted bail

Blair David Johnson, who stands accused of manslaughter in the death of a 17-day-old baby, has been granted bail in Bonnyville Provincial Court contingent on several conditions.
Northern Alberta woman charged under Animal Protection Act

Northern Alberta woman charged under Animal Protection Act

The discovery of 10 deceased horses and the removal about five others in February has resulted in charges being laid against an MD of Bonnyville woman.
Five horses rescued, 10 others found deceased on property in Northern Alberta

Five horses rescued, 10 others found deceased on property in Northern Alberta

The Alberta SPCA continues to investigate circumstances surrounding the death and alleged neglect of horses at a rural property between La Corey and Iron River.
Alberta government to donate $1 million for Ukrainian humanitarian efforts

Alberta government to donate $1 million for Ukrainian humanitarian efforts

‘There are many here in Alberta and in Canada, who think that we could this is some distant conflict in which we have no interest and which we should ignore – that would be a terrible mistake, because aggression invites more aggression, and destabilization of the world order is what Vladimir Putin has always benefited from,’ said Premier Jason Kenney on Feb. 23, hours before Russian’s military advancement into the Ukraine.
Spending $1.48 million on first responders' mental health initiatives – just a start, says Regional Fire Chief

Spending $1.48 million on first responders' mental health initiatives – just a start, says Regional Fire Chief

‘Being a first responder – whether that's law enforcement, military, ambulance, fire – there's a price to be paid,’ says Dan Heney, regional fire chief with the Bonnyville Regional Fire Authority, responding to additional mental health funding announced by the Province.