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Jennifer Henderson, Local Journalism Initiative reporter

Jennifer Henderson, Local Journalism Initiative reporter

Jennifer Henderson is the Local Journalism Initiative reporter covering rural Alberta matters for Great West Newspapers. Her position is funded by the Government of Canada.

Recent Work by Jennifer

Alberta economic recovery plan will help St. Albert

Alberta economic recovery plan will help St. Albert

Local officials say money going to infrastructure and a cut to the corporate tax rate will help the recovery in St. Albert.
VIDEO: St. Albert protesters call for child sex offender to leave

VIDEO: St. Albert protesters call for child sex offender to leave

Dupuis is living on the same block as the child he abused.
Protesters demand child sex offender leave St. Albert<br>

Protesters demand child sex offender leave St. Albert

Protesters gathered at a home in St. Albert to call for the removal of a convicted child sex offender who has been released to live on the same block as his victim.
City delays some capital projects due to COVID-19

City delays some capital projects due to COVID-19

The city will be delaying the assessment of Fire Station 4 construction until Sept. 30 of this year.
City eyes reopening of rec facilities

City eyes reopening of rec facilities

More rain, cool temperatures predicted for weekend

More rain, cool temperatures predicted for weekend

On Tuesday St. Albert reached a high of 28 C.
Mushroom farmers riding an "ugly dragon" as pandemic hits supply chain

Mushroom farmers riding an "ugly dragon" as pandemic hits supply chain

“The majority of what we sell gets picked, packed and shipped within the same day ... there is no ability to weather challenging times and difficult storms by building inventory,” Hamer said.
Mushroom farmers riding an "ugly dragon" as pandemic hits supply chain

Mushroom farmers riding an "ugly dragon" as pandemic hits supply chain

“The majority of what we sell gets picked, packed and shipped within the same day ... there is no ability to weather challenging times and difficult storms by building inventory,” Hamer said.
Province moves to axe Energy Efficiency Alberta

Province moves to axe Energy Efficiency Alberta

Energy Efficiency Alberta (EEA) was designed to help Albertans make their homes and businesses more energy efficient through multiple initiatives, including rebates on solar panels and the installation of energy efficient light bulbs.
Province moves to axe Energy Efficiency Alberta

Province moves to axe Energy Efficiency Alberta

Energy Efficiency Alberta (EEA) was designed to help Albertans make their homes and businesses more energy efficient through multiple initiatives, including rebates on solar panels and the installation of energy efficient light bulbs.