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Brandon Tucker

Brandon Tucker

I have been a journalist since 2013, with much of my career spent covering sports and entertainment stories in Alberta. I moved to Maple Ridge in 2019 and got the opportunity to work close to home when I joined the Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows News in 2022. I enjoy shining a light on interesting people who are doing interesting things, and diving head-first into stories that have largely gone untold.

Email
brandon.tucker@mapleridgenews.com

Recent Work by Brandon

Athletes arrive in Maple Ridge for BC Summer Games

Athletes arrive in Maple Ridge for BC Summer Games

Competitions take place July 18 to 21
Fire set to Maple Ridge medical clinic and pharmacy

Fire set to Maple Ridge medical clinic and pharmacy

Damage caused to Pharmasave, and neighbouring medical and cosmetic clinics
Lower Mainland motorcycle crash claims a life

Lower Mainland motorcycle crash claims a life

70-year-old driver crashes into median on Golden Ears Way
RCMP searching for person of interest in fatal Maple Ridge shooting

RCMP searching for person of interest in fatal Maple Ridge shooting

Individual wanted for Jan. 20 shooting
B.C. student inspires dozens of blood donations

B.C. student inspires dozens of blood donations

More than 40 litres donated at Thomas Haney blood drive
B.C. shoppers band together to stop reckless driver

B.C. shoppers band together to stop reckless driver

Multiple vehicles were hit in the Meadowtown Shopping Centre
B.C. sisters hit the road with ghost-hunting tour

B.C. sisters hit the road with ghost-hunting tour

Victoria Vancek and Gina Armstrong recently visited the Gold Rush Trail
IHIT swarms Maple Ridge after fatal downtown shooting

IHIT swarms Maple Ridge after fatal downtown shooting

One man died in the incident on Friday afternoon
VIDEO: Community honours fallen Mountie with ball hockey tournament

VIDEO: Community honours fallen Mountie with ball hockey tournament

Thousands attended the First Annual Cst. Rick O’Brien Joint Forces Jamboree
B.C. students get inside look at Amazon facility

B.C. students get inside look at Amazon facility

Tours of the Pitt Meadows delivery station will now be a yearly event
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