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Chris Bush

Chris Bush

As a photographer/reporter with the Nanaimo News Bulletin since 1998, I've been fortunate to write about and photograph an endless variety of stories and events, especially those involving science and technology and the people who make positive contributions to our world. Telling their stories is just one of many important roles of community news. I've even been privileged to win a few regional, provincial, and national awards along the way. My spare time is divided between cycling, photography, music, reading, family, and road trip adventures, short or long, by bike or by car.
chris.bush@nanaimobulletin.com

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chris.bush@nanaimobulletin.com

Recent Work by Chris

AI voice fakery boosts rash of ‘grandson scam’ phone calls on Vancouver Island

AI voice fakery boosts rash of ‘grandson scam’ phone calls on Vancouver Island

Nanaimo RCMP report rash of phone scams where people were conned out of between $3,000 and $8,000
Island fim’s vegan supplements helping people ‘level up’ their fitness

Island fim’s vegan supplements helping people ‘level up’ their fitness

Nanaimo’s Vegain plant-based products launched in 2023
Valuable watches stolen in smash-and-grab break-in at Nanaimo jewelry store

Valuable watches stolen in smash-and-grab break-in at Nanaimo jewelry store

Gold and Silver Guy loses $3,000 worth of watches in crime Feb. 25
B.C. psychology student investigating how your circle motivates exercise

B.C. psychology student investigating how your circle motivates exercise

Derek LeBaron seeking more participants to help him with his research
Lit cigarette, oxygen spark Nanaimo fire, man hospitalized with burns to face

Lit cigarette, oxygen spark Nanaimo fire, man hospitalized with burns to face

Fire happened at recently opened affordable housing complex
Defence argues abuse led to Nanaimo woman’s killing of ex-boyfriend

Defence argues abuse led to Nanaimo woman’s killing of ex-boyfriend

Paris Laroche’s defence lawyer says alleged strangling of cat was a final straw
‘Floatel’ ship anchoring in Nanaimo before becoming workforce housing

‘Floatel’ ship anchoring in Nanaimo before becoming workforce housing

MV Isabelle will be in the harbour until spring as it awaits further refit work
Island communities will be asked to advocate for more funding for libraries

Island communities will be asked to advocate for more funding for libraries

Nanaimo resolution will go to Association of Vancouver Island and Coastal Communities convention
Man stabbed multiple times outside downtown Nanaimo casino

Man stabbed multiple times outside downtown Nanaimo casino

22-year-old suffers serious but non-life-threatening injuries in incident Feb. 4
‘Weather whiplash’ made for a record-breaking January on Vancouver Island

‘Weather whiplash’ made for a record-breaking January on Vancouver Island

Month colder than normal, but warm temperatures have melted mid Island snowpacks
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