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Tricia Weel

Tricia Weel

I’ve worked as a journalist in community newspapers from White Rock to Parksville and Qualicum Beach, to Abbotsford and Surrey. After working in communications, I switched my focus to running a home-based business, and grew that into a successful enterprise. I returned to the journalism industry in 2022, to the Peace Arch News, where I first started while still a journalism student.
tricia.weel@peacearchnews.com

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tricia.weel@peacearchnews.com

Recent Work by Tricia

BC United MLA crosses floor to join Conservative Party of BC

BC United MLA crosses floor to join Conservative Party of BC

‘Our province and its people are worse off today than they were just 7 years ago’: Sturko
Canine companion helps B.C. guardian with seizures

Canine companion helps B.C. guardian with seizures

National fundraiser Pet Valu Walk for Dog Guides happens May 26 across province
Surrey Eagles crowned Coastal champions: advance to BCHL Finals

Surrey Eagles crowned Coastal champions: advance to BCHL Finals

BCHL hockey squad wins Game 7 vs. Alberni Valley Bulldogs on home ice in South Surrey
VIDEO: Cone Zone campaign reminds B.C. drivers to slow down, move over

VIDEO: Cone Zone campaign reminds B.C. drivers to slow down, move over

42 tickets issued in 2 hours as B.C.-wide initiative kicks off in South Surrey
Surrey man charged in one White Rock stabbing

Surrey man charged in one White Rock stabbing

Dimitri Nelson Hyacinth charged in relation to April 21 aggravated assault
Man arrested in White Rock stabbing death

Man arrested in White Rock stabbing death

Investigators announce arrest in deadly stabbing
VIDEO: Community gathers to honour White Rock stabbing victim

VIDEO: Community gathers to honour White Rock stabbing victim

With 2 stabbings in 3 days, community is ‘just devastated’: mayor
Man dead after 2 people stabbed in 2 days in White Rock; suspect at large

Man dead after 2 people stabbed in 2 days in White Rock; suspect at large

‘We want to assure the public that their safety is our top priority’: RCMP
Of course you can name a horse: RCMP wants children’s help naming foals

Of course you can name a horse: RCMP wants children’s help naming foals

Kids 14 and younger encouraged to suggest names starting with ‘A’ for Musical Ride horses
B.C. WHL player gets trophy nom after zero-penalty-minute season

B.C. WHL player gets trophy nom after zero-penalty-minute season

Tri-City Americans forward Jordan Gavin, 17, up for Most Sportsmanlike Player award
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