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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

'If you operate a gym, you can be open:' Shandro

'If you operate a gym, you can be open:' Shandro

"There has been considerable confusion around what is allowed and what is not allowed," Shandro said. 
'If you operate a gym, you can be open:' Shandro

'If you operate a gym, you can be open:' Shandro

"There has been considerable confusion around what is allowed and what is not allowed," Shandro said. 
St. Albert library to reopen next week

St. Albert library to reopen next week

"It was very good news. We're very excited."
Restrictions on indoor fitness, libraries eased in Alberta

Restrictions on indoor fitness, libraries eased in Alberta

Effective immediately, libraries will be able to open at 15 per cent of their fire-code capacity, excluding staff, and low-intensity individual and group workouts for adults will be able to start up again. 
St. Albert records slight increase in active COVID-19 cases

St. Albert records slight increase in active COVID-19 cases

On Monday, the province released new COVID-19 data showing the city has slightly increased in cases again. 
Restrictions on indoor fitness, libraries eased in Alberta

Restrictions on indoor fitness, libraries eased in Alberta

Effective immediately, libraries will be able to open at 15 per cent of their fire-code capacity, excluding staff, and low-intensity individual and group workouts for adults will be able to start up again. 
Local governments "extremely disappointed" by cuts to infrastructure funding

Local governments "extremely disappointed" by cuts to infrastructure funding

“We have to be cognizant that by reducing investment and eliminating the stability and the predictability for municipal finances, we're not helping put the province on a path to recovery."
Local governments "extremely disappointed" by cuts to infrastructure funding

Local governments "extremely disappointed" by cuts to infrastructure funding

“We have to be cognizant that by reducing investment and eliminating the stability and the predictability for municipal finances, we're not helping put the province on a path to recovery."
Funding hit to rural municipalities could be issue of viability

Funding hit to rural municipalities could be issue of viability

 “If we follow this path, we're going to get into an existential crisis as it relates to rural municipalities.”
'I miss them a lot' Family torn in half by conspiracy theories

'I miss them a lot' Family torn in half by conspiracy theories

"In for a penny, in for a pound. Once you start believing those things, it just becomes easier to justify more and more extreme levels."