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Christine van Reeuwyk

Christine van Reeuwyk

I started in journalism doing hockey scoreboards and stories in Ladysmith before heading off to journalism school in Vancouver.
Now an award-winning journalist, I have worked in newsrooms from Victoria to Port Hardy and back again for more than 20 years.
Having served as editor and reporter for Black Press papers across Greater Victoria, I welcome story ideas and voices from across the Capital Region.

Phone
250-480-3260
Email
christine.vanreeuwyk@blackpress.ca

Recent Work by Christine

Wandering bear relocated after being spotted near Island school

Wandering bear relocated after being spotted near Island school

Conservation service relocates young bear spotted on Lochside Trail
VIDEO: RuPaul’s All Stars winner Jimbo crafts dream show in Victoria

VIDEO: RuPaul’s All Stars winner Jimbo crafts dream show in Victoria

‘I’m a clown so I’m really into being funny and having a sense of humour with everything I do’
Peninsula group ready for ‘all hands on deck’ fight against invasive crabs

Peninsula group ready for ‘all hands on deck’ fight against invasive crabs

South Island habitat restoration society encourages anyone to report European green crabs
Warm winter breeds early Vancouver Island honeybee swarm season

Warm winter breeds early Vancouver Island honeybee swarm season

Beekeepers on soouther Vancouver Island answering 6 to 8 swarm calls a week
Vancouver Island teen bringing the heat in quest to save lives

Vancouver Island teen bringing the heat in quest to save lives

Oak Bay’s Liam Pope-Lau, 14, earns $10,000, mentorship to continue development of heated life jacket
Little new information a year after Island man killed on the job

Little new information a year after Island man killed on the job

Investigators continue to consult with Crown counsel on May 17, 2023 collision
PHOTOS: Oak Bay family’s rare disorder campaign triples target at $300,000

PHOTOS: Oak Bay family’s rare disorder campaign triples target at $300,000

Family urges folks to wear blue for International MPS Awareness Day on May 15
Man with cane swarmed, assaulted by youth in Esquimalt: VicPD

Man with cane swarmed, assaulted by youth in Esquimalt: VicPD

Police were called for several violent youth-involved incidents Saturday night
Juan de Fuca SAR slogs 4 hours through mud, saves injured hiker off trail

Juan de Fuca SAR slogs 4 hours through mud, saves injured hiker off trail

Marine trail rescues are the ‘bread and butter’ for Juan de Fuca teams
Spring temperatures stay on par, but Vancouver Island drier than normal

Spring temperatures stay on par, but Vancouver Island drier than normal

April rainfall less than half the usual, most Island stations show
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