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Elise Stolte

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: tinyurl.com/l5hjryg

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

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@estolte — 7,812 followers, 23,262 tweets

RT @MichaelWalters: Deputy City Manager of Operations Doug Jones updates that Playground Speed Zone review is delayed until April to align…
Really looking forward to a discussion on Edmonton's role in fighting addition/responding to the fentanyl crisis Thursday with @Scott_McKeen. Have questions? Email me ahead of time or join me Facebook Live at noon.  http://edmontonjournal.com/news/local-news/edmonton-talk-back-scott-mckeen-wrestles-with-edmontons-role-in-fighting-addiction  #yegcc #yegpoverty
Blue Quill, just west of Century Park, has so many curving streets, someone can live 100 metres from the LRT station as the crow flies and yet be forced to walk more than 10 minutes (800 metres) to get there.  http://edmontonjournal.com/news/local-news/take-the-long-way-home-planners-wrestle-with-shortening-walks-to-from-lrt-stations  #yegcc #yegplan #yegtransit
That passes. City officials will do a little public engagement on Touch the Water to get a read on this, then council will vote on funding the full design during the budget debate. #yegcc
@newfangl3d @Scott_McKeen I'm guessing it wouldn't all be that really extensive lower promenade. From the discussion today, that might only be done at a couple points. But we'll see.
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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.


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.