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Jordan Small

Jordan Small

An award-winning reporter, Jordan Small has covered sports, the arts, and news in the Bow Valley since 2014. Originally from Barrie, Ont., Jordan has lived in Alberta since 2013. He learned the 5Ws at Mohawk College's journalism program, and, later, he learned the art of the storytelling at the University of Toronto's creative journalism course.

Recent Work by Jordan

Alberta junior hockey league quiet on south as northern opportunities arise

Alberta junior hockey league quiet on south as northern opportunities arise

 No word on southern franchise expansion as the Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL) eyes northern markets.
Canmore punk and metal festival announces 2024 lineup

Canmore punk and metal festival announces 2024 lineup

14 all-Canadian music acts to perform in Canmore
Extra pressure on Canadians pondering retirement at Canmore Biathlon World Cup

Extra pressure on Canadians pondering retirement at Canmore Biathlon World Cup

Canada’s senior national biathlon team could potentially look much different at the start of next season.
Canmore Eagles deny comeback, take 2-1 series lead over Bobcats

Canmore Eagles deny comeback, take 2-1 series lead over Bobcats

Carter Coutu scores timely game winner against Bobcats.
Controversial goal leads to tie in Canmore Eagles, Lloydminster Bobcats series

Controversial goal leads to tie in Canmore Eagles, Lloydminster Bobcats series

"We know for a fact the tying goal didn’t go in"
Watch: Biathlon World Cup in Canmore this weekend

Watch: Biathlon World Cup in Canmore this weekend

5 Canadians make cut for pursuit at Biathlon World Cup in Canmore
Exploring archives with mountaineering legend Chic Scott

Exploring archives with mountaineering legend Chic Scott

Chic Scott picks out significant moments of mountaineering adventures in Whyte Museum donation
Canmore Eagles pump Oil Barons, sweep series

Canmore Eagles pump Oil Barons, sweep series

The AJHL playoffs start Friday (March 15).
Canadian Olympic committee's $104M request 'truly needed in the sport system'

Canadian Olympic committee's $104M request 'truly needed in the sport system'

“Stability is something that athletes really need as a foundation to performance."
Canmore Eagles face off in AJHL play-in against Fort McMurray Oil Barons

Canmore Eagles face off in AJHL play-in against Fort McMurray Oil Barons

Game 1 is Thursday (March 7) in Canmore at 7 p.m.
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