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Jennifer Feinberg

Jennifer Feinberg

I have been a Chilliwack Progress reporter for 20+ years, covering the arts, city hall, as well as Indigenous, and climate change stories.

With a bachelor’s in journalism from Concordia University, I moved across the country to B.C. from Quebec in the mid-90s. I wrote for the Coast Mountain Courier and freelanced for Black Press Media until joining the Progress newsroom in 2000.

I was proud to host the Dining Out for Life AIDS/HIV fundraiser at Bravo Restaurant from 2005-2012. I currently serve on the Chilliwack Museum Historical Society (2020-present) board of directors, after stints on the Ann Davis Transition Society board, and the Chilliwack Community Arts Council.

Phone
604-702-5573
Email
jennifer.feinberg@theprogress.com

Recent Work by Jennifer

BC United announces candidate Dr. David Moniz for Chilliwack North

BC United announces candidate Dr. David Moniz for Chilliwack North

Dedication to health care makes him ‘exceptional candidate’ for Chilliwack North, says leader
73 new housing spaces coming for those living rough in Chilliwack

73 new housing spaces coming for those living rough in Chilliwack

New spaces at 2 facilities in Chilliwack on the way to quickly house people living in encampments
Chilliwack joins pilot project to permit e-scooters on city roads

Chilliwack joins pilot project to permit e-scooters on city roads

Chilliwack is the only Fraser Valley city participating in B.C.’s electric kick scooter pilot project
Carin Bondar wins defamation suit against ex-trustee Barry Neufeld

Carin Bondar wins defamation suit against ex-trustee Barry Neufeld

Justice decides Barry Neufeld liable for $45K in general, punitive damages for ‘striptease’ comment
Many in Chilliwack experience ‘significant human rights challenges’

Many in Chilliwack experience ‘significant human rights challenges’

B.C.’s Human Rights Commissioner says there’s been a ‘troubling rise’ in anti-LGBTQ2SAI+ incidents
Project AIM of Agassiz part of a pilot to fight ‘menstrual stigma’

Project AIM of Agassiz part of a pilot to fight ‘menstrual stigma’

Local group to offer more workshops, videos, as well as 5,000+ free menstrual product packages
PHOTOS: Semi truck with live chicks takes down power line in Chilliwack

PHOTOS: Semi truck with live chicks takes down power line in Chilliwack

Truck driver climbs atop semi after power line came down on truck, road and tracks
Chilliwack and area real estate sees ‘slow and steady’ improvement

Chilliwack and area real estate sees ‘slow and steady’ improvement

New supply holding strong, available inventory just ‘slightly above average levels,’ says CADREB
Chilliwack motor vehicle incident sees 2 vehicles land in ditch

Chilliwack motor vehicle incident sees 2 vehicles land in ditch

All occupants out of the vehicles, fire crews on scene in Greendale within minutes
School supplies, school trips in Chilliwack get provincial funding

School supplies, school trips in Chilliwack get provincial funding

Chilliwack School District to receive $345K as share of the Student and Family Affordability Fund
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