Jolene Rudisuela

Jolene Rudisuela is a Victoria-based journalist with a particular interest in writing about the environment, history and ordinary people doing extraordinary things. She graduated from Mount Royal University with a degree in journalism in 2018 and came out of the program with two national awards for a multimedia story about the closure of a Calgary mobile home park. Jolene has worked in print, radio and online newsrooms, and is currently a reporter with Capital Daily. She has a deep love for playing music (no matter how badly), reading well-written words and sipping hot mugs of tea.

Stories by Jolene Rudisuela

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