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Jenna Dulewich

Jenna Dulewich

Jenna Dulewich is an award-winning reporter who joined the Outlook in 2019. Prior to moving to the Rockies, her articles appeared in newspapers across southern Alberta and Manitoba. She currently covers Stoney Nakoda First Nation, the MD of Bighorn and court.

Recent Work by Jenna

Stoney Nakoda asks officials to ban drug dealers, promote healing

Stoney Nakoda asks officials to ban drug dealers, promote healing

Stoney Tribal Administration officials created a drug taskforce last week at the request of Chiefs and council
Stoney looks to study cultural significance in Banff bison reintroduction

Stoney looks to study cultural significance in Banff bison reintroduction

"It was very humbling. Way on top of the ridge, you could feel it – 200 years ago, this is where the buffalo roamed and we were in our ancestor's footsteps."
Canmore accountant found guilty of fraud sentenced to five years in prison

Canmore accountant found guilty of fraud sentenced to five years in prison

Former Canmore accountant James "Russ" Neilson was also ordered to pay $1.6 million back to his victims and if he doesn't, he faces another five years in prison
Stoney looks to study cultural significance in Banff bison reintroduction

Stoney looks to study cultural significance in Banff bison reintroduction

"It was very humbling. Way on top of the ridge, you could feel it – 200 years ago, this is where the buffalo roamed and we were in our ancestor's footsteps."
Canmore vacation rental company files class action lawsuit

Canmore vacation rental company files class action lawsuit

Wataga Properties Inc. is seeking $180 million in damages from Lloyd's Underwriters due to loss of income from the pandemic
The Crossing at Ghost River approved for overnight guests

The Crossing at Ghost River approved for overnight guests

The Crossing at Ghost River can now accommodate overnight guests in 15 designated rooms
Exshaw Creek interim flood report expected later this month

Exshaw Creek interim flood report expected later this month

MD of Bighorn council is hopeful to find out more about the east Exshaw groundwater flood earlier this year, as an interim report from the hydrogeologist is expected at the October council meeting
Parks Canada quietly removes racist name from Banff trail

Parks Canada quietly removes racist name from Banff trail

While advocates struggle to remove racist terms and restore traditional names across the Bow Valley, Parks Canada has quietly changed an offensive trail name in Banff National Park
Stoney looks to study cultural significance in Banff bison reintroduction

Stoney looks to study cultural significance in Banff bison reintroduction

"It was very humbling. Way on top of the ridge, you could feel it – 200 years ago, this is where the buffalo roamed and we were in our ancestor's footsteps."
UPDATED: Missing Canmore man found

UPDATED: Missing Canmore man found

RCMP have located Mr. Lewis