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Dillon White

Dillon White

I joined the Mission Record in November of 2022 after moving to B.C. from Nova Scotia earlier in the year. I previously worked for the
Canadian Elite Basketball League media bureau as a beat reporter. In addition to writing, I've spent time as a sports broadcaster for Cape Breton University, Trinity Western University, the University of King's College and the Cape Breton Highlanders. I have degrees in journalism from King's in Halifax, NS and communication from CBU in Sydney.

Phone
604-851-4524
Email
dillon.white@missioncityrecord.com

Recent Work by Dillon

Nude man plays piano, throws chairs at police in B.C. seniors facility

Nude man plays piano, throws chairs at police in B.C. seniors facility

54-year-old man and Mission RCMP officer both taken to hospital after incident
Snow and rain expected Tuesday for Lower Mainland

Snow and rain expected Tuesday for Lower Mainland

Environment Canada issues weather statement for wintry precipitation
Police seize 3D-printed gun concealed in chip bag during B.C. traffic stop

Police seize 3D-printed gun concealed in chip bag during B.C. traffic stop

Mission RCMP officer spots loaded handgun peaking out of bag of chips after vehicle fails to stop
Two pedestrians ‘intentionally’ struck in Abbotsford: APD

Two pedestrians ‘intentionally’ struck in Abbotsford: APD

Driver taken into custody by police; pedestrians transported to hospital with minor injuries
B.C. historian explores South Asian-Indigenous relations

B.C. historian explores South Asian-Indigenous relations

McGill PhD candidate Rishma Johal looks to hear voices from both communities in Pacific Northwest
Five BC RCMP detachments chosen to initially deploy body-worn cameras

Five BC RCMP detachments chosen to initially deploy body-worn cameras

Rollout expected in fall at the earliest for Mission, Cranbrook, Prince George, Kamloops and Tofino
Snow continues to fall in Lower Mainland as schools close

Snow continues to fall in Lower Mainland as schools close

Weather warning from Environment Canada remains in effect with snow expected until early evening
Morning wind chill exceeds -20 C in Lower Mainland; weather warning remains

Morning wind chill exceeds -20 C in Lower Mainland; weather warning remains

Frigid temperatures expected to stay until at least Saturday afternoon, Environment Canada says
Stolen items later returned with apology after B.C. break-in

Stolen items later returned with apology after B.C. break-in

Mission RCMP take one man into custody and seize vehicle associated with Hatzic break-and-enter
2 raccoons die, 1 injured in possibly unlawful traps at Mission home

2 raccoons die, 1 injured in possibly unlawful traps at Mission home

Conservation Officer Service investigating alleged unlawful trapping of raccoons in Mission
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