Our 2019 resolutions

We resolve to improve our connection to the community and responding to its changing news needs

As we look back at the year that was – as we’ve done in this edition of the Mirror – we also need to look forward at the year we want 2019 to be.

So here are our resolutions to you, Campbell River.

In 2019, we resolve to continue providing you with the most in-depth, local news, sports and entertainment coverage in the community. We will continue to do so with integrity and dilligence.

But wait… resolutions aren’t generally things you “will continue to do.”

So we’ll say this.

Like all who make resolutions, we aim for improvement. We, like you, aren’t content with just continuing to being good at what we’re already good at.

So we resolve to improve our connection to the community and responding to its changing news needs.

But you need to help us do that, so if you see something happening around you that you’d like to find out more about, you need to let us know. No one can be everywhere at once, after all, but if we, as a community, keep an eye on things, we can all help keep each other better informed.

Send us your story ideas – both good and bad – questions about things you see happening – both good and bad – and feedback on how we can better serve you, so we can be the best we can be.

You can do this by emailing editor@campbellrivermirror.com or calling the office at 250-287-9227.

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