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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

International student, 19, killed in Surrey crash; fundraiser launched

International student, 19, killed in Surrey crash; fundraiser launched

International student from India had just arrived in Canada two days before Highway 99 collision, campaign says
Be bear-aware: Tips issued after Lower Mainland bear sightings

Be bear-aware: Tips issued after Lower Mainland bear sightings

'If you do have water features in your backyard right now, check it before you let your dog out'
Deadly crash in B.C. causes Sunday road closure

Deadly crash in B.C. causes Sunday road closure

2-vehicle collision follows series of fatal crashes throughout province
Woman dead after being ejected from vehicle on Highway 99 in Surrey

Woman dead after being ejected from vehicle on Highway 99 in Surrey

Traffic incident near Serpentine River kills woman in her early 20s Thursday morning
Social media front door challenge still kicking around in B.C.

Social media front door challenge still kicking around in B.C.

Some B.C. homeowners experiencing recent 'door kick' or 'door knock' prank incidents inspired by social media
Firefighters battle blaze at Surrey home Sunday evening

Firefighters battle blaze at Surrey home Sunday evening

No reported injuries in Newton fire, cause under investigation
Person struck, killed by train in Surrey Thursday morning

Person struck, killed by train in Surrey Thursday morning

BC Coroner, CP Police investigating fatality: RCMP
Protesters 'denounce' presence of Israel at Canada Cup in South Surrey

Protesters 'denounce' presence of Israel at Canada Cup in South Surrey

Pro-Palestine protest at softball tournament draws fire from B.C. politicians
BC United announces 'Patient Bill of Rights'

BC United announces 'Patient Bill of Rights'

'B.C.’s health-care system is in complete disarray': Falcon
Packed courtroom for appearance of suspects in Nijjar killing

Packed courtroom for appearance of suspects in Nijjar killing

Four suspects in slaying of Surrey gurdwara president appeared in B.C. court again June 25
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