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Sarah Simpson

Sarah Simpson

After graduating from SFU, with a BA and Certificate of Liberal Arts, I went on to get my journalism certificate at Langara College.
After graduation I joined Black Press Media as an intern at papers in Comox and Campbell River, in the summer of 2004. I joined the Citizen that winter.

The technology has changed in my 20 years as a reporter, but my love of telling this community’s stories has never wavered.

Phone
250-748-2666
Email
sarah.simpson@cowichanvalleycitizen.com

Recent Work by Sarah

Cowichan Bulldogs win Dogwood Cups

Cowichan Bulldogs win Dogwood Cups

The atom and junior bantam Cowichan Bulldogs both played in their respective league finals on Saturday, June 15
Body recovered from Cowichan Bay

Body recovered from Cowichan Bay

It is believed a Cowichan Bay man went overboard and never surfaced
Commissioner's VX selections strengthen Cowichan family's bond

Commissioner's VX selections strengthen Cowichan family's bond

Dating back to 1995, four family members have received the honour
Swustus honoured with Indigenous Impact and Legacy Award

Swustus honoured with Indigenous Impact and Legacy Award

Cowichan Tribes councillor joins BC Hockey board of directors
Battle of Cowichan favours Thunder

Battle of Cowichan favours Thunder

River Rats hold alumni game before the main event
Undefeated once more, Cowichan's Crew nab 2nd-straight Sun Bowl

Undefeated once more, Cowichan's Crew nab 2nd-straight Sun Bowl

Ruckers victorious in Almost Top-Flight Division
School District and Cowichan Tribes receive $10K Reconciliation Partnership Award

School District and Cowichan Tribes receive $10K Reconciliation Partnership Award

Cowichan Tribes and the Cowichan Valley School District have been honoured for their teamwork
Coroner's inquest into fatal police shooting of Shawnigan Lake man begins in July

Coroner's inquest into fatal police shooting of Shawnigan Lake man begins in July

The BC Coroners Service is holding inquest into the death of Christopher Jonathan Bloomfield, who was shot by police inside his Mill Bay home on Nov. 10, 2018.
Cowichan's college-bound Dow 3-peats as 1500m provincial champ

Cowichan's college-bound Dow 3-peats as 1500m provincial champ

Cow High senior also wins 100m, 200m golds
Flashback: Ladies of the Lake, CLEC offer, Lake Days record profit

Flashback: Ladies of the Lake, CLEC offer, Lake Days record profit

A look back at the history of the Cowichan Lake area
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