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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

Send Kelp! Documentary explores ins and outs of starting a Vancouver Island kelp farm

Send Kelp! Documentary explores ins and outs of starting a Vancouver Island kelp farm

Film screenings will feature local researchers, filmmakers
Over 50 per cent voter turnout in Tahsis by-election

Over 50 per cent voter turnout in Tahsis by-election

Councillors-elect will be sworn in Wednesday
Campbell Riverites take to the road for hospice care

Campbell Riverites take to the road for hospice care

Soul Cyclers team to take on Cycle of Life Tour
House ‘heavily damaged’ in Tahsis fire

House ‘heavily damaged’ in Tahsis fire

Crews responded early Monday morning, no injuries
Campbell River Library looking for volunteers for Human Library project

Campbell River Library looking for volunteers for Human Library project

Organizers hope event showcases sense of shared humanity
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
Campbell River to host largest Canada Day fireworks display in B.C.

Campbell River to host largest Canada Day fireworks display in B.C.

City of Campbell River and Quality Foods partner for 25th annual Canada Day fireworks
Second Sayward councillor resigns in as many months

Second Sayward councillor resigns in as many months

Tom Tinsley tendered resignation this week
Road to decarbonization looks bumpy, but at least I won’t be buying gas

Road to decarbonization looks bumpy, but at least I won’t be buying gas

The point of the carbon tax is to wean us off gas
Strathcona Regional District re-awakening dormant Upper Campbell Lake electrification project

Strathcona Regional District re-awakening dormant Upper Campbell Lake electrification project

Project was stalled in 2015 due to budget constraints
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