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Jenna Dulewich

Jenna Dulewich

Jenna Dulewich joined the Rocky Mountain Outlook in 2019. Prior to moving to the Rockies her stories appeared in newspapers across southern Alberta and Manitoba. She has also won national and provincial new-writing awards for her coverage in rural Alberta.

Recent Work by Jenna

Second hotel proposed for Harvie Heights hamlet

Second hotel proposed for Harvie Heights hamlet

Suggestions to remove the pool and exercise portion to reduce height, designate at least one to two rooms for staff accommodations and ensure proper fencing is installed were part of the discussion residents said they were grateful to have with the developers before the final design goes through.
Investors testify at trial how they lost money in Canmore-based Abaca Solutions

Investors testify at trial how they lost money in Canmore-based Abaca Solutions

James "Russ" Neilson was charged by RCMP in 2015 with three counts of fraud over $5,000, one charge of theft over $5,000 and laundering the proceeds of crime. He had additional charges filed against him in 2016 of fraud over $5,000, uttering a forged document and another charge of laundering the proceeds of crime.
Judge denies former Canmore accountant's application to adjourn on first day of three-week trial

Judge denies former Canmore accountant's application to adjourn on first day of three-week trial

"You've made the election and you've got your judge so let's go, let's get it done.”
Stoney Nakoda community mourns loss of mother, sister, aunt, friend

Stoney Nakoda community mourns loss of mother, sister, aunt, friend

"She was very outgoing and friendly – she had lots of friends and as I mentioned, she made an impact on anyone she met and she was also known for her humour. She always liked to make people laugh with her crazy jokes."
Stoney Nakoda community mourns loss of mother, sister, aunt, friend

Stoney Nakoda community mourns loss of mother, sister, aunt, friend

"She was very outgoing and friendly – she had lots of friends and as I mentioned, she made an impact on anyone she met and she was also known for her humour. She always liked to make people laugh with her crazy jokes."
Canmore coffee shop offers free coffee to person who broke their lock

Canmore coffee shop offers free coffee to person who broke their lock

"Sorry, we are not open 24 hours ... We are sure you wanted to have our tasty coffee even through all risks."
Calgary company changes plea to guilty for charges from Canmore 2015 gas explosion

Calgary company changes plea to guilty for charges from Canmore 2015 gas explosion

The agreed statement of facts accepted by the judge set out that several APM and subcontractor personnel requested ATCO shut off the gas to the mainline, but instead the company's technician focused on a digging strategy to vent the gas leaking from the ruptured gas line
Calgary company changes plea to guilty for charges from Canmore 2015 gas explosion

Calgary company changes plea to guilty for charges from Canmore 2015 gas explosion

The agreed statement of facts accepted by the judge set out that several APM and subcontractor personnel requested ATCO shut off the gas to the mainline, but instead the company's technician focused on a digging strategy to vent the gas leaking from the ruptured gas line
Canmore man charged $200 for Bobcat in creek

Canmore man charged $200 for Bobcat in creek

A bobcat that sat in Policeman's Creek in Canmore for more than two weeks has resulted in a $200 fine for a 38-year-old Canmorite.
A look at the year in news for the MD of Bighorn, Stoney Nakoda and Kananaskis Country

A look at the year in news for the MD of Bighorn, Stoney Nakoda and Kananaskis Country

The past year was a busy year for residents of the Stoney Nakoda First Nation, the MD of Bighorn and Kananaskis Country