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Jordan Small

Jordan Small

Jordan Small joined the Outlook in 2014 and covers the vast world of sports in the Bow Valley. A Barrie, Ont. native, he also wrote for RMO's Mountain Guide section and the MD of Bighorn beat. He previously wrote for the Cold Lake Sun and Top MMA News. Prior to Jordan's career in journalism, he was the event coordinator for the Score Fighting Series, a defunct mixed martial arts promotion based out of Toronto.

Recent Work by Jordan

Creating Life through Art

Creating Life through Art

How artists Peig Abbott and Andrew Holloway find healing
Buzz surrounds Canmore's mountain bike trails’ future after big announcements

Buzz surrounds Canmore's mountain bike trails’ future after big announcements

Here are the details on Canmore and Area Mountain Bike Association's (CAMBA) $100,000 funding and trail-building streamlining announcements.
UPDATED: Badly injured BASE jumper rescued on side of EEOR near Canmore

UPDATED: Badly injured BASE jumper rescued on side of EEOR near Canmore

Local authorities acted quickly to rescue an injured BASE jumper stuck on the side of EEOR on Sunday.
Stoney Nakoda Legends: A vile demon, mighty protectors and lingering ghosts

Stoney Nakoda Legends: A vile demon, mighty protectors and lingering ghosts

Have you ever encountered a Bah tha? The Stoney Nakoda legend is a feared being not often spoken about.
Facing Life or Death in the Rockies

Facing Life or Death in the Rockies

How rebel instinct changed Canada's mountain rescues
The Wardens' Schmidt nominated by Canadian Folk Music Awards

The Wardens' Schmidt nominated by Canadian Folk Music Awards

BOW VALLEY – The Wardens will play at the Radiant Sunday (Oct. 17). Doors open at 6 p.m. and the show starts at 7 p.m.
Banff Muay Thai fighter looks to stay undefeated in Canadian debut

Banff Muay Thai fighter looks to stay undefeated in Canadian debut

Banff's Maddie MacPherson takes on Saskatchewan’s Charlene Clarke this Saturday.
Up-and-coming Bow Valley athletes receive huge grant

Up-and-coming Bow Valley athletes receive huge grant

The next generation of local athletes received a much-needed financial boost.
Science, cultural knowledge combined for Stoney Nakoda learning project

Science, cultural knowledge combined for Stoney Nakoda learning project

“I want young people to see that going to university isn’t the only path to success. Just because we’re associated with the university doesn’t mean it’s going to be that kind of white tower academic kind of thing. Science doesn’t have to be like that. Science is for everybody.”
New mountain bike drop zone to develop technical skills

New mountain bike drop zone to develop technical skills

Located near Peaks Drive and Powerline Trail, the Quarry Lake Park drop zone features a three-foot drop and roll, two-foot drop, and one-foot drop.