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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

Alberta announces renter protections during COVID-19 pandemic

Alberta announces renter protections during COVID-19 pandemic

"We want to be clear – as of today, no one will be facing immediate eviction from their home for non-payment of rent or utilities owed to the landlord. Additionally, tenants will not face increasing financial pressure from rent increases, or fees for late rent payments."
Alberta restricts vehicle access to provincial parks and recreation areas

Alberta restricts vehicle access to provincial parks and recreation areas

"We understand the need to get outdoors, but now is not the time to visit our provincial parks and recreation areas without abiding by common-sense public health and safety measures."
Bow Valley comes together during COVID-19 pandemic

Bow Valley comes together during COVID-19 pandemic

"Canmore never fails to surprise me. We just live in an amazing community and it's wonderful how everyone gets together to help."
Verdict postponed in fraud trial of former Canmore accountant

Verdict postponed in fraud trial of former Canmore accountant

“As a result of the pandemic response most out of custody criminal matters in the Court of Queens Bench are being adjourned to set [Criminal Appearance Court] dates depending on the week of the matter, so Neilson goes to June."
Canmore reassessing Safe Park Program as homelessness on the rise

Canmore reassessing Safe Park Program as homelessness on the rise

"With the ever-changing circumstances and the currently unknown impacts on our community, we are going to continue to do our best to provide the community with safe options."
Bighorn starts the process to rename Gonzo Road

Bighorn starts the process to rename Gonzo Road

An 800-metre patch of gravel road is up for discussion as the MD council seeks feedback for the potential renaming of Gonzo Road
RCMP collision in Stoney Nakoda leaves five injured

RCMP collision in Stoney Nakoda leaves five injured

Three people from Stoney Nakoda ended up in Foothills Medical Centre Sunday night (March 22) and two RCMP officers were taken to the hospital in Canmore after a collision between two vehicles near Morley
Alberta premier hopeful landlords show ‘flexibility’ during pandemic

Alberta premier hopeful landlords show ‘flexibility’ during pandemic

"It would make absolutely no sense for a landlord to threaten to evict somebody who has no money to pay rent in the weeks to come because who is going to take that space.”  
Stoney Nakoda Nation declares local state of emergency

Stoney Nakoda Nation declares local state of emergency

“We do not have all of the answers to all of the questions yet ... We are resilient people and together, we will work to keep us all healthy and safe."
Stoney Nakoda Nation declares state of local emergency

Stoney Nakoda Nation declares state of local emergency

“We do not have all of the answers to all of the questions yet ... We are resilient people and together, we will work to keep us all healthy and safe."