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Christine van Reeuwyk

Christine van Reeuwyk

In 2002, I graduated from Langara College, and I found myself returning to Vancouver Island to launch my career. Since then, my path has taken me through newsrooms spanning from Victoria to Port Hardy and back again. Along the way, I've had the privilege of receiving numerous awards at both the provincial and national levels for my work.

I've taken on the role of editor for various Black Press papers across Greater Victoria, and currently, I'm dedicated to serving the community of Oak Bay as a senior journalist. When I'm not out and about, covering stories on The Avenue, you might find me enjoying a spirited game of rec ice hockey or exploring my passion for food and culinary experiences.

Phone
250-480-3260
Email
christine.vanreeuwyk@blackpress.ca

Recent Work by Christine

Hot Topic: UVic, CRD extreme heat study gathers personal stories

Hot Topic: UVic, CRD extreme heat study gathers personal stories

Extreme heat stories, survey data to inform service providers, Island Health and CRD
Low-flying helicopters to start annual aerial survey over Greater Victoria

Low-flying helicopters to start annual aerial survey over Greater Victoria

Aerial surveys anticipated over Greater Victoria between April 26 and June 15 during daylight hours
Metchosin singer-songwriter plans song covers between gigs on U.S. tour

Metchosin singer-songwriter plans song covers between gigs on U.S. tour

Homegrown singer-songwriter Jesse Roper issues social media callout for fans
VIDEO: Willows students gently launch 100 fish fry into Oak Bay creek

VIDEO: Willows students gently launch 100 fish fry into Oak Bay creek

Devastatingly low fall return means only student-raised fry will head to sea locally in 2024
Esquimalt fire displaces tenant in Salvation Army-operated building

Esquimalt fire displaces tenant in Salvation Army-operated building

Balcony rescue needed as 4 departments called for early Sunday fire
Oak Bay cop coffee talk ranges from liaison officers to fraud woes

Oak Bay cop coffee talk ranges from liaison officers to fraud woes

Coffee with a Cop is in the Sports View Lounge at Oak Bay Recreation Centre on April 24
Work underway to get steel-hulled Valhalla off Cadboro Bay beach

Work underway to get steel-hulled Valhalla off Cadboro Bay beach

Abandoned and derelict boats in general is ‘a multi-faceted problem’
A Sailor’s Life: Sidney loses Second World War veteran at 103

A Sailor’s Life: Sidney loses Second World War veteran at 103

Peter Godwin Chance served his community right up to his death April 9
UPDATE: Major crimes unit seeks witnesses after fatal stabbing in Victoria

UPDATE: Major crimes unit seeks witnesses after fatal stabbing in Victoria

Police called to Douglas Centre just before midnight April 9
Senior and her cat maintain a legacy of dog treats on Oak Bay Avenue

Senior and her cat maintain a legacy of dog treats on Oak Bay Avenue

Florence Boylan, 94, and Carl enjoy the visiting pups and their companions
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