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Marc Kitteringham

Marc Kitteringham

I have been working here in Campbell River since early 2020, writing about the environment, housing, emergency services, and local government – among other topics that pique my interest. I made my way to this region from Salt Spring Island, where I worked as a reporter. Together with my wife, we relocated from Alberta to the Island and have cherished every moment of our new life here.

My education includes a BA in Journalism from MacEwan University in Edmonton. Beyond my writing endeavours, you're likely to find me peddling up a mountain on my bike, foraging for mushrooms, or working with my wife in the garden.

Phone
250-287-9227 ext. 221
Email
marc.kitteringham@campbellrivermirror

Recent Work by Marc

Less than 1/3 of B.C.’s Old Growth Management areas are old growth: watchdog

Less than 1/3 of B.C.’s Old Growth Management areas are old growth: watchdog

CPAWS found active cutblocks the size of 68 Stanley Parks in areas considered protected
Canada Post suspends delivery on Island, Metro Vancouver due to weather

Canada Post suspends delivery on Island, Metro Vancouver due to weather

Vancouver Island, Vancouver under red alert
Beached whale simulation preps Vancouver Island DFO officers for the real thing

Beached whale simulation preps Vancouver Island DFO officers for the real thing

Simluation involved 1,500 lb dummy whale, real world conditions to be ‘as realistic as possible’
Crown given probe suggesting 3 RCMP officers be charged in B.C. man’s death

Crown given probe suggesting 3 RCMP officers be charged in B.C. man’s death

Independent report done into death of Jared Lowndes in parking lot of a Campbell River Tim Hortons
Meet Walter, British Columbia’s largest pumpkin

Meet Walter, British Columbia’s largest pumpkin

Campbell River pumpkin weighed in at 1,152 pounds during the provincial Pumpkin-Weigh Off in Langley
B.C. RCMP officer cleared in shooting death of man pointing pellet pistol

B.C. RCMP officer cleared in shooting death of man pointing pellet pistol

IIO says officer ‘justified in his actions,’ exercised considerable restraint’ in shooting
Pacific Rim voyage to visit 100 Indigenous communities over next 4 years

Pacific Rim voyage to visit 100 Indigenous communities over next 4 years

Hawaiian voyaging canoe Hōkūleʻa docks on Vancouver Island on trip around Pacific
Polynesian vessels to stop in B.C. as they trek around entire Pacific Rim

Polynesian vessels to stop in B.C. as they trek around entire Pacific Rim

4-year voyage to bring attention to environmental issues and stewardship
Family of Indigenous man killed by Campbell River RCMP files civil suit

Family of Indigenous man killed by Campbell River RCMP files civil suit

Lawsuit a ‘message for the RCMP: you cannot keep killing us’ — Laura Holland
Modelled tsunami would take 20 minutes to reach Vancouver Island — study

Modelled tsunami would take 20 minutes to reach Vancouver Island — study

Model based on magnitude 9.0 quake in Cascadia Subduction Zone
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