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Bailey Seymour

Bailey Seymour

After graduating from SAIT and stint with the Calgary Herald, I ended up at the Nanaimo News Bulletin/Ladysmith Chronicle in March 2023 with the hope of covering the Island and its many communities. Along with a love for storytelling and photography, I enjoy fishing, hiking, reading, and live music.

Phone
403-701-0681
Email
bailey.seymour@blackpress.ca

Recent Work by Bailey

B.C. to expand early psychosis intervention program for youth

B.C. to expand early psychosis intervention program for youth

The expansion is supported by $75 million over three years
Record-low navy recruitment creates technician deficit at B.C. base

Record-low navy recruitment creates technician deficit at B.C. base

Marine technicians in the navy are hoping for change as the navy faces record-low recruitment rates
Victoria Indigenous artist aims to inspire hope on Pandora Avenue

Victoria Indigenous artist aims to inspire hope on Pandora Avenue

Alex Taylor-McCallum designed a mural at the Kool-Aid Society on Pandora
3 arrested after multiple people pepper sprayed in downtown Victoria attack

3 arrested after multiple people pepper sprayed in downtown Victoria attack

The incident took place on Monday, June 27 on Pandora Avenue
Victoria artist receives medal he designed after completing ironman

Victoria artist receives medal he designed after completing ironman

Ironman participants swam 1.9 kilometres, ran 21.1 kilometres, and biked 90 kilometres
Victoria Humane Society looking for second property amid overflow

Victoria Humane Society looking for second property amid overflow

The executive director said it’s “out of control”
Island tourism hopes for deal as border strike looms ahead of summer

Island tourism hopes for deal as border strike looms ahead of summer

Canadian Border Services Agency employees could strike as early as June
Service union files labour complaint against Greater Victoria liquor store

Service union files labour complaint against Greater Victoria liquor store

Cascadia Liquor employees have been on strike since May 4
Victoria officials sweep homeless community for 2nd consecutive day

Victoria officials sweep homeless community for 2nd consecutive day

Tents were back Friday morning, though noticeably fewer than earlier in the week
1 in 67 million: Sidney man defies odds, tallies consecutive holes-in-one

1 in 67 million: Sidney man defies odds, tallies consecutive holes-in-one

The National Hole-In-One Registry says it’s a one in 67 million occurrence
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