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North Shore News

I covered the municipal council beat for the North Shore News from to October 2008 to February 2010. The following is a selection of some of the nearly 150 stories I wrote for the community newspaper.

West Vancouver enlarges waterfront park access
North Shore News

The District of West Vancouver’s Ambleside waterfront is slated for an overhaul that will see the removal of the floral clock and the decommissioning of the boat ramp. Read more.

Public comes out in support of Seylynn Village
North Shore News

A public hearing into the Seylynn Village development project drew strong support from the public on Tuesday, although many continued to voice their concerns about traffic delays along nearby roads. Read more.

‘Rental housing is disappearing. What’s next?’
North Shore News

It’s been 15 years since Ruth-Ann Meadows first moved into the apartment complex at 210 West 13th Street. Read more.


The Nelson Daily News

My summer of 2007 was spent working for The Nelson Daily News as a full-time staff reporter, covering everything from breaking news, to arts & culture, crime, environmental topics, forest fires, public interest stories and people profiles. Read some of my stories below.

City to control pesticide use
Nelson Daily News

Nelson could be the first community in the East and West Kootenay to pass a pesticide bylaw that limits pesticide use in the city to permit holders only… Read more.

Trailer explodes on ferry
Nelson Daily News

Four people were injured and several shaken up after a huge explosion on the MV Osprey ferry Sunday night. Read more.

Citizen group threatens legal action
Nelson Daily News

The NCES is threatening legal action against the City of Nelson saying council did not follow proper procedures before approving of the five-story Kutenai Landing Development project scheduled to be built on waterfront property in Nelson. Read more.

Youth ‘Keep the Beat’ for charity
Nelson Daily News

A group of young human rights activists from L.V. Rogers will be putting on a 10-hour-long, show-stopping concert in Nelson’s Lakeside Park to support humanitarian assistance in war torn countries… Read more.


Metro Vancouver

The following are examples of my work for the daily news publication Metro Vancouver.

Granville shops cope with Canada Line blasting
Metro Vancouver

The Granville Street shopping strip could have been mistaken for a battlefield yesterday as construction crews blasted through the bedrock in preparation for Canada Line construction. Read more.

Bike racks found to block trolley lights
Metro Vancouver

Cyclists can’t use bike racks at night on 151 new TransLink trolleys and buses for now, spokesperson Drew Snider said. Read more.

College adds flare to its curriculum
Metro Vancouver

A creative licence to thrill and a chance to add new flare to the catwalk attracted some aspiring fashion designers to a burgeoning field of study at the Vancouver Community College (VCC). Read more.


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