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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

‘Fairness for Every Generation’ budget misses the mark — MP Rachel Blaney

‘Fairness for Every Generation’ budget misses the mark — MP Rachel Blaney

North Island-Powell River sees some beneficial parts in federal budget, questions others
North Island-Powell River MP Rachel Blaney outlines her budget 2024 wishlist

North Island-Powell River MP Rachel Blaney outlines her budget 2024 wishlist

Federal government to release 2024 budget on April 16
North Island-Powell River Green Party candidate thanks MP Blaney for ‘unwavering dedication’

North Island-Powell River Green Party candidate thanks MP Blaney for ‘unwavering dedication’

‘The politics of fear lead nowhere’ — Jessica Wegg
Na̲nwak̲olas Council, Western Forest Products sign historic agreement

Na̲nwak̲olas Council, Western Forest Products sign historic agreement

Agreement first-of-its-kind partnership between First Nations and forestry industry
Eby talks wildfires, forestry and how Indigenous deal can be a B.C. template

Eby talks wildfires, forestry and how Indigenous deal can be a B.C. template

Premier in Campbell River to sign agreement to manage timber in the North Island
Eby talks wildfires, forestry and how Indigenous deal can be a B.C. template

Eby talks wildfires, forestry and how Indigenous deal can be a B.C. template

Premier in Campbell River to sign agreement to manage timber in the North Island
North Island-Powell River MP will not be running in next federal election

North Island-Powell River MP will not be running in next federal election

Blaney says decision comes due to ‘recent personal news’
Campbell River airport to see almost $1 million for fuel system expansion

Campbell River airport to see almost $1 million for fuel system expansion

Funding part of provincial program to support regional airports
MP Rachel Blaney calls for improved policing in Indigenous communities

MP Rachel Blaney calls for improved policing in Indigenous communities

Auditor General found $13 million went unspent last year for policing in Indigenous communities
Housing, health care and emergency preparedness discussed at BC Townhalls event

Housing, health care and emergency preparedness discussed at BC Townhalls event

Panelists from BC Conservative Party offer views on topics
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