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Andrea Rondeau

Andrea Rondeau

I'm the proud holder of a Journalism degree from the University of King's College in Nova Scotia. My journalism journey began in 2001 at a community paper in Yarmouth. Growing up in B.C., I returned to the province and found myself at the Cowichan Valley Citizen. Over the years, I've made significant strides in my career, ultimately rising to the position of editor. This role has been a part of my life for over a decade.

Throughout this journey, I've also taken on the responsibilities of being the editor of the Lake Cowichan Gazette. These experiences have allowed me to truly immerse myself in the local news landscape and connect deeply with the communities I serve.

Phone
250-748-2666
Email
andrea.rondeau@cowichanvalleycitizen.com

Recent Work by Andrea

A&E column: Two concerts and two films on offer in Cowichan

A&E column: Two concerts and two films on offer in Cowichan

What’s coming up in arts and entertainment
Road closures to allow for Cowichan hospital construction to last for months

Road closures to allow for Cowichan hospital construction to last for months

Cyclists and other trail users should avoid the Bell McKinnon Road section
Cowichan music teachers take centre stage for concert

Cowichan music teachers take centre stage for concert

Titled: ‘I Played This Better At Home (really, I did!)’
Coming up in Cowichan: Plant sale; Shawnigan clean-up; speakers

Coming up in Cowichan: Plant sale; Shawnigan clean-up; speakers

Here’s what’s coming up in Cowichan
Judge accepts self-defence argument, acquits man in 2020 Duncan death

Judge accepts self-defence argument, acquits man in 2020 Duncan death

Andrew Steve Alphonse not guilty of manslaughter in the January 2020 death of Richard Henry
A&E column: 2 dates for folk singer in Cowichan; Legally Blonde auditions

A&E column: 2 dates for folk singer in Cowichan; Legally Blonde auditions

Here’s what’s coming up in A&E
UPDATED: Man acquitted of manslaughter in 2020 Duncan death

UPDATED: Man acquitted of manslaughter in 2020 Duncan death

Judge accepted that the accused acted in self-defence
Coming up in Cowichan: Naturalists coffeehouse, new art displays

Coming up in Cowichan: Naturalists coffeehouse, new art displays

Review: Chemainus curling comedy delivers laughter, fun

Review: Chemainus curling comedy delivers laughter, fun

Complications and hilarity ensue
Coming up in Cowichan: Naturalists presentation; legion has new president

Coming up in Cowichan: Naturalists presentation; legion has new president

Some of what’s coming up in Cowichan
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