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Susan Zielinski

Susan Zielinski

Susan has been with the Red Deer Advocate since 2001. Her reporting has focused on education, social and health issues. She has always felt that the media is about helping people by shining a light on problems or challenges, encouraging public dialogue to work towards solutions, and looking out for those who need a hand.

Phone
403-314-4369
Email
susan.zielinski@reddeeradvocate.com

Recent Work by Susan

One home damaged from Central Alberta tornado

One home damaged from Central Alberta tornado

MLA warns Central Albertans to be cautious this storm season
Drug trafficking investigation in Blackfalds area leads to arrest

Drug trafficking investigation in Blackfalds area leads to arrest

Drugs seized from vehicle and Red Deer hotel room
Tools for Schools needs donations to assist Central Alberta students

Tools for Schools needs donations to assist Central Alberta students

Partnership between The Outreach Centre and United Way Central Alberta
RCMP investigate fatal head-on collision east of Red Deer

RCMP investigate fatal head-on collision east of Red Deer

Collision happened Sunday night
United Way Central Alberta announces new funding for area programs

United Way Central Alberta announces new funding for area programs

Increased funding for Indigenous-led programming
Severe thunderstorm watch issued for Red Deer and parts of Central Alberta

Severe thunderstorm watch issued for Red Deer and parts of Central Alberta

When thunder roars, go indoors
Public Interest Alberta prepares blueprint for public education prior to election

Public Interest Alberta prepares blueprint for public education prior to election

‘Albertans deserve better than the cuts, chaos and privatization’
Whistle Stop Cafe owner testifies at citizen’s inquiry into COVID-19 policies

Whistle Stop Cafe owner testifies at citizen’s inquiry into COVID-19 policies

About 45 people testify at National Citizen’s Inquiry hearings held in Red Deer
Central Alberta public servants steadfast on picket line

Central Alberta public servants steadfast on picket line

Striking workers will not slow down access to local services
Central Alberta doctor testifies at National Citizen’s Inquiry

Central Alberta doctor testifies at National Citizen’s Inquiry

Hearings to be held in Red Deer until April 28
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