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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

Stoney Nakoda requests to appeal Fortress water application

Stoney Nakoda requests to appeal Fortress water application

"It is important to be recognized in our own backyard."
Stoney Nakoda requests to appeal Fortress water application

Stoney Nakoda requests to appeal Fortress water application

"It is important to be recognized in our own backyard."
Stoney Nakoda requests to appeal Fortress water application

Stoney Nakoda requests to appeal Fortress water application

"It is important to be recognized in our own backyard."
Stoney Nakoda question why discovery of bison skull wasn't shared with them

Stoney Nakoda question why discovery of bison skull wasn't shared with them

"Since the time of memorial, we have called the Rocky Mountains home in the eastern and western slope and from the time this town was built, we have held a relationship and played a part in tourism in Banff and Banff National Park."
Building permit services move out of Bighorn

Building permit services move out of Bighorn

With the cost of processing building permits coming in higher than the revenues they bring in, the MD of Bighorn has chosen to stop delivering the service altogether and landowners looking for building permits will now have to go through an accredited agency instead
Alberta judge threatens Federal prison time for stolen snowboard

Alberta judge threatens Federal prison time for stolen snowboard

A provincial court judge delivered some harsh words last Wednesday (Jan. 29) during the sentencing of 23-year-old Wesley Hasslberger-Wright, who was charged with theft after stealing a snowboard from a storage locker in an underground parking lot in Banff
Canmore accountant accused of running 'Ponzi scheme' awaiting trial verdict

Canmore accountant accused of running 'Ponzi scheme' awaiting trial verdict

Court of Queens Bench Justice Kristine Eidsvik will decide the fate of the former Canmore accountant on March 27
Independent investigation called for into 2019 fatal Field train derailment

Independent investigation called for into 2019 fatal Field train derailment

Independent investigation called for into 2019 fatal Field train derailment

Independent investigation called for into 2019 fatal Field train derailment

Nearly a year after the fatal Field train derailment killed three people, the Alberta Federation of Labour is calling for an independent investigation into the deaths.
Regional landfill banks $1M surplus after ‘development-heavy’ year for the Bow Valley

Regional landfill banks $1M surplus after ‘development-heavy’ year for the Bow Valley

Several companies trash have turned into a valley treasure as the Bow Valley Waste Commission will be banking more than $1 million surplus for the 2019 fiscal year.