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Sarah Simpson

Sarah Simpson

After graduating from SFU, with a BA and Certificate of Liberal Arts, I went on to get my journalism certificate at Langara College.
After graduation I joined Black Press Media as an intern at papers in Comox and Campbell River, in the summer of 2004. I joined the Citizen that winter.

The technology has changed in my 20 years as a reporter, but my love of telling this community’s stories has never wavered.

Phone
250-748-2666
Email
sarah.simpson@cowichanvalleycitizen.com

Recent Work by Sarah

Mill Bay Nature School PAC appeals SD79’s decision to end nature-based learning program

Mill Bay Nature School PAC appeals SD79’s decision to end nature-based learning program

No consultation with parents before decision was made
Cowichan Valley Capitals on the brink of elimination following Game 4 loss

Cowichan Valley Capitals on the brink of elimination following Game 4 loss

Surrey leads the series 3-1
Cowichan Valley Capitals nab final playoff position

Cowichan Valley Capitals nab final playoff position

First round matchup is against the league champion Surrey Eagles
Cowichan rugby star bringing talents to UVic

Cowichan rugby star bringing talents to UVic

Duncan’s Bella Anderton-Teasedale has committed to the University of Victoria
TCH now open south of Duncan following crash

TCH now open south of Duncan following crash

Closed between Bench Road and Cowichan Bay Road
PHOTOS: Gowanlock brings Grey Cup, orange jersey to Cowichan Tribes

PHOTOS: Gowanlock brings Grey Cup, orange jersey to Cowichan Tribes

CFL defensive end also helps Cowichan football association run spring camp
Cowichan’s Wes Craig takes BC Masters curling title

Cowichan’s Wes Craig takes BC Masters curling title

This year’s event was held Feb. 21-25 at the Cranbrook Curling Club
Gowanlock, Grey Cup to feature at Cowichan spring football camp

Gowanlock, Grey Cup to feature at Cowichan spring football camp

Montreal Alouette bringing his skills home to Duncan
Cowichan Tribes elects new chief and council

Cowichan Tribes elects new chief and council

Cindy Daniels elected chief
Cowichan’s Merridale Cidery closed for one week for selling alcohol to minor

Cowichan’s Merridale Cidery closed for one week for selling alcohol to minor

Merridale Cidery and Distillery announced that the business would be closed March 6 through 12
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