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Cheerleader vs. Watchdog

Community journalism is not easy. As a reporter in a small town, I’ve become part of the town and with that, I have gotten to know some sources on a personal level. 246 more words


My work from home week

THIS week has been pretty amazing…and a bit stressful in equal measure! Being self employed does have some massive advantages and means that my week is often very varied and hectic. 371 more words


The struggle to survive in a digital age

Newspapers are still being printed and purchased. Will that last?

With each new medium that comes along people have been predicting the demise of the medium that came before. 1,797 more words


Reach 250,000+ households with your spring offers

Don’t miss out on your chance to reach 250,000+ potential customers from Western Canada by participating in Tourism Kelowna’s second annual spring/summer co-operative advertising feature. 131 more words

Tourism Kelowna

Calm needed in dog walker debate

I find the recent column by Adrian MacNair in Surrey Now, which agued for sympathy for the women who killed six dogs by leaving them in the back of her truck for 45 minutes, disagreeable. 629 more words

Shella Gardezi

The future of local news


Local newspapers are really important, but in an age of increasing overheads, digital platforms and instant access to information are we in danger of losing them forever? 818 more words