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Rocky Mountain Outlook wins multiple newspaper awards

The Rocky Mountain Outlook has won a number of newspaper awards of excellence for its coverage of news, arts and sports in the valley last year

BOW VALLEY – The Rocky Mountain Outlook newspaper has won several awards of excellence for its coverage of news, arts and sports in the valley last year. 

Canadian Association of Journalists Awards

JHR/CAJ emerging Indigenous journalist award 

Jenna Dulewich – Stoney Nakoda portfolio

Living their own way

Ĩyãħé Nakoda, a language reborn

Whyte Museum celebrates recognizing relations with Stoney Nakoda

Traditional healing approach to addiction called for by Stoney Nakoda residents



News Photographers Association of Canada – News Photographer of the Year awards

Photos and article

Second place – Evan Buhler Ultramarathoner Campbell reflects on this recovery three years after accident

Alberta Weekly Newspaper Association awards

Better Newspapers Competition awards of excellence

Best habitat conservation story

First place – Cathy Ellis Johnson Lake drained to eradicate whirling disease

Excellence in education writing

First place – Cathy Ellis Canmore's Lawrence Grassi School takes bold step on student screen time

Photo illustration

First place – Evan Buhler Walking Dead 

Sports action photo

First place – Evan Buhler Crazy Canuck 2.0

Arts and culture writing

Third place – Chelsea Kemp Stoney Nakoda round dance inspiration to take action on MMIWG

Better Newspapers Competition general excellence awards – circulation class D

Best overall

First place

Best editorial page

First place

Best front page

First place

Best sports page/section

First place

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