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Elise Stolte

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Edmonton
Urban Affairs Reporter — Edmonton Journal
Covers:  environment, public transportation, bicycle culture, urban affairs, urban planning, first nations, city government, education

Edmonton Journal/Sun reporter covering City Hall and communities in #yeg. Yes, I do job shadowing. My newsletter: http://tinyurl.com/l5hjryg

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Biography

Urban affairs reporter for the Edmonton Journal in Alberta, Canada. Occasionally tries to bike in the snow.

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@estolte — 6,984 followers, 19,352 tweets

Jun 27, 2017

"I'm sort of reading behind the lines here that we should be quite cautious pursuing mega events," says @doniveson. #yegcc

Jun 27, 2017

.@doniveson says this work could "get beyond chasing shiny objects." #yegcc

Jun 27, 2017

City manager Linda Cochrane says these recommendations give a solid framework to tackle the issue. #yegcc

Jun 27, 2017

City officials say they're working on building ways to measure economic impact. "That's a priority for us," said city official. #yegcc

Jun 27, 2017

.@Scott_McKeen asks if there are clear performance measure for the economic impact of the international events coming in. #yegcc

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What was your first job as a journalist?

Summer staff (reporter, sometimes editor, flyer collater and sales clerk) at the Shaunavon Standard in small-town Saskatchewan.

How is social media changing news?

Social media allows me to have an ongoing discussion with people who live knee-deep in the many issues I cover everyday.

How do you prefer to be pitched on stories?

A quick email is great, or mention something when we met at an event and we can follow up later.

Awards

Education News Writer of Alberta

2010 - Education
The Alberta Teachers’ Association recognizes excellence in educational journalism and photography by presenting annual awards, known as the Education News Writers and Photographers of Alberta Awards. I won in the daily news category for my work covering the challenges facing First Nations schools and their students.