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Marc Kitteringham

Marc Kitteringham

I have been working here in Campbell River since early 2020, writing about the environment, housing, emergency services, and local government – among other topics that pique my interest. I made my way to this region from Salt Spring Island, where I worked as a reporter. Together with my wife, we relocated from Alberta to the Island and have cherished every moment of our new life here.

My education includes a BA in Journalism from MacEwan University in Edmonton. Beyond my writing endeavours, you're likely to find me peddling up a mountain on my bike, foraging for mushrooms, or working with my wife in the garden.

Phone
250-287-9227 Ext. 2210
Email
marc.kitteringham@campbellrivermirror.com

Recent Work by Marc

Vancouver Islanders keeping their eyes on the sea stars

Vancouver Islanders keeping their eyes on the sea stars

Citizen science endeavour part of Campbell River Ocean Week
Cougar bites woman in Vancouver Island's Strathcona Park

Cougar bites woman in Vancouver Island's Strathcona Park

Two hikers encountered cougar near remote lake in Strathcona Provincial Park
Sayward mayor sues former CAO for defamation

Sayward mayor sues former CAO for defamation

Suit says mayor ‘suffered grave harm’ due to comments made following alleged sexual harassment
Safety options floated in wake of B.C. highway’s payphone closures

Safety options floated in wake of B.C. highway’s payphone closures

Highway part of Vancouver Island trunk radio system, cell service is spotty
Questions abound after 2nd Sayward councillor resigns in as many months

Questions abound after 2nd Sayward councillor resigns in as many months

Tom Tinsley tendered resignation from small North Island community’s council this week
Lonely stretch of B.C. highway mourns final call for its last pay phone

Lonely stretch of B.C. highway mourns final call for its last pay phone

Residents concerned about emergency coverage on Vancouver Island between Campbell River and Sayward
Boaters warned against approaching as B.C. orphan orca works to find family

Boaters warned against approaching as B.C. orphan orca works to find family

Ehattesaht Nation, DFO stepping up patrols to ensure kwiisaḥiʔis does not encounter humans
Zeballos wants B.C. to fix slopes outside of town before they come down

Zeballos wants B.C. to fix slopes outside of town before they come down

Slope has been an issue since 2018 wildfire, residents concerned they will be cut off
First Nations Leadership Council joins call for probe into lack of police prosecutions

First Nations Leadership Council joins call for probe into lack of police prosecutions

‘We are shocked and angered, and will not be backing down’ — FNLC
Watchdog wants B.C. to probe lack of prosecutions in police use of force

Watchdog wants B.C. to probe lack of prosecutions in police use of force

None of the 15 IIO cases taken to trial where officers have not pled guilty have ended in conviction
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