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Alistair Taylor

Alistair Taylor

I have been the editor of the Campbell River Mirror since 1989 and have seen many changes come and go in the news industry – as well as in the city.

We take great pride in serving our community and acknowledge the vital service the newspaper and our website provides to our readers and advertisers. Away from the office, I consider myself an avid outdoors person and music lover and enjoy volunteering my time with Special Olympics, Scouts Canada and Rivercity Players.

Phone
250-287-9227 ext. 2209
Email
alistair.taylor@campbellrivermirror.com

Recent Work by Alistair

Silver coin’s West Coast orca scene a natural for Vancouver Island artist

Silver coin’s West Coast orca scene a natural for Vancouver Island artist

Image adorns Royal Canadian Mint’s This is Canada series’ Wondrous Waters theme
Island man who burned down house can appeal his sentence but not conviction

Island man who burned down house can appeal his sentence but not conviction

Appeal claims banishment from reserve and criminal conviction violates rights
Police execute search warrant in an Indignity to a Dead Body investigation

Police execute search warrant in an Indignity to a Dead Body investigation

Found body leads Campbell River RCMP to evidence of drug trafficking
RCMP response investigated after man fires shotgun, crashes fleeing scene

RCMP response investigated after man fires shotgun, crashes fleeing scene

Independent Investiations Office investigates Campbell River RCMP’s actions
B.C. woman accused of coughing on grocery worker during pandemic acquitted

B.C. woman accused of coughing on grocery worker during pandemic acquitted

B.C. Supreme Court Justice allows appeal, quashes conviction in Campbell River case
Tiny fish with big impact on Georgia Strait food web get research funding

Tiny fish with big impact on Georgia Strait food web get research funding

Some of these fish are core diet elements for Chinook and Coho salmon
Councils want B.C. to create more tools to address public safety concerns

Councils want B.C. to create more tools to address public safety concerns

Province urged to help cities combat public disorder with a Community Safety Act
Myra Falls Mine parent company closes operation, lays off workers

Myra Falls Mine parent company closes operation, lays off workers

Mine seeks creditor protection to enable restructuring and reopening ‘sometime in the future’
100-year-old volunteers with a smile on her face and a twinkle in her eye

100-year-old volunteers with a smile on her face and a twinkle in her eye

Vancouver Island woman celebrates 100th birthday serving at the Christmas Kettle
Transit users brace for job action in Campbell River and Comox Valley

Transit users brace for job action in Campbell River and Comox Valley

Service disruption scheduled for Friday due to dispute between Unifor Local 114 and PWTransit Canada
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