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Bailey Seymour

Bailey Seymour

After graduating from SAIT and stint with the Calgary Herald, I ended up at the Nanaimo News Bulletin/Ladysmith Chronicle in March 2023 with the hope of covering the Island and its many communities. Along with a love for storytelling and photography, I enjoy fishing, hiking, reading, and live music.

Phone
403-701-0681
Email
bailey.seymour@blackpress.ca

Recent Work by Bailey

50 First Dates Project spawns monthly 'Meet a Stranger' events in Victoria

50 First Dates Project spawns monthly 'Meet a Stranger' events in Victoria

Personal project grows into a monthly community event
Wildfire posing no current threat to Greater Victoria water supply

Wildfire posing no current threat to Greater Victoria water supply

The CRD says they are continuing to monitor the fire
Island Health employee files 2nd human rights complaint in 7 years

Island Health employee files 2nd human rights complaint in 7 years

Internal investigation found Island Health employees actions were racist, man says concerns persist
Vancouver Island farmers hoping for bountiful summer after cool spring

Vancouver Island farmers hoping for bountiful summer after cool spring

Livestock and produce farmers say the cold-snap in the spring was hard for their businesses
Community rallies in B.C. after Indigenous teens accosted for singing

Community rallies in B.C. after Indigenous teens accosted for singing

"Everything we do, even if it's just walking, we do with an open heart"
Vancouver Island cryptozoologists continue looking for fabled sea serpent

Vancouver Island cryptozoologists continue looking for fabled sea serpent

Cadborosaurus enthusiast is asking people to keep their eyes peeled while on the water over the summer.
Lifesaving Society provides tips on water safety over the summer months in B.C.

Lifesaving Society provides tips on water safety over the summer months in B.C.

After their stop in Langford, The Lifesaving Society will be making trips to seven other places across the province
Construction site explosion leaves 2 with mild injuries near Langford

Construction site explosion leaves 2 with mild injuries near Langford

Two workers were left injured after a scheduled blast was bigger than anticipated
'Namgis First Nation celebrates heritage and salmon amid open-net farm ban

'Namgis First Nation celebrates heritage and salmon amid open-net farm ban

A celebration was held in Victoria on National Indigenous Peoples Day
B.C. to expand early psychosis intervention program for youth

B.C. to expand early psychosis intervention program for youth

The expansion is supported by $75 million over three years
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