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For the property and casualty insurance industry in BC

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Investigative reporting, in-depth analysis, solutions journalism, multi-media features

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Collision Quarterly Summer 2021 cover - truck with tow load ramp behind it

Communication tool for Canada’s collision repair industry and its associations

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The agricultural news source for BC's commercial farmers and ranchers

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On Victoria and Southern Vancouver Island’s vibrant business culture

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Fraser Monthly | フレイザーマンスリー 2022 March cover

A Japanese monthly community magazine, well-trusted in BC

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Amplifies newcomer voices and experiences, welcomes people from all cultures

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Langara Journalism Review 2020: Conflicted Views: Reporting on Indigenous Issues

Covering issues, trends, events and personalities in journalism and media

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Principled 2022 March cover with Lucinda Wolters, elementary school principal - blond woman wearing red blazer and hands clasped

The journal of the BC Principals’ & Vice-Principals’ Association

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A free pick-up monthly, hyper-local, leisure-lifestyle community magazine

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Saving Earth Magazine Fall 2021 cover

A quarterly environmental magazine that focuses on the environment

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Free print and digital publication covering Central Vancouver Island communities

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Tow Canada - 2022 Jan-Feb Cover - Brandon Skinner with diorama in BTE Towing clubhouse

Canada’s only tow and recovery magazine with latest industry news

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Bringing top-quality news and information to the legal profession

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Dillon Johnson gifts a blanket to Kristen Van’t Schip, with Drew Blaney and Hegus John Hackett. Photo by Abby Francis, LJI.
Business & Community

New Names, New Relationships

Corporate overtures to Tla’amin are more than just a symbol: they’re a start. By Abby Francis, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, for qathet Living, November 2021

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A Professional Dream Deferred

Educator and district principal Beth Applewhite draws on her personal and professional experiences to share why anti-racism work is essential and needs to be brought about intentionally and thoughtfully, with the voices of those who have experienced racism at the centre. For Principl(ed) Magazine March 2021.

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