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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

Oak Bay charitable tea room shows heart for customers with new AED

Oak Bay charitable tea room shows heart for customers with new AED

Tea room supports community causes including parks projects, scouts, scholarships, a dementia care and seniors’ housing
Sidney bear captured, relocated by conservation officers

Sidney bear captured, relocated by conservation officers

Conservation service relocates young bear spotted on Lochside Trail
Unconfirmed cougar sighting in Oak Bay a reminder wildlife is among us

Unconfirmed cougar sighting in Oak Bay a reminder wildlife is among us

Police patrols net no further sightings of wildcat
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’
West Shore RCMP seize replica gun, knife on well-being call

West Shore RCMP seize replica gun, knife on well-being call

Police plan to recommend weapons charges after a well-being call in Langford netted a loaded replica firearm.
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
Greater Victoria ride for mental health builds community, battles stigma

Greater Victoria ride for mental health builds community, battles stigma

Sunday ride for awareness, funds starts in Oak Bay winds as far as the Saanich Peninsula
Cookbook rises from Victoria baker’s kitchen journey

Cookbook rises from Victoria baker’s kitchen journey

85-recipe book shares stories behind the food
‘They trust’: Oak Bay’s latest police chief takes pride in community

‘They trust’: Oak Bay’s latest police chief takes pride in community

Greater Victoria’s first female police chief credits trailblazing women before her
Young Oak Bay innovator wins global award in quest to save lives

Young Oak Bay innovator wins global award in quest to save lives

Liam Pope-Lau, 14, earns $10,000, mentorship to continue development
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