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Tricia Weel

Tricia Weel

I’m a lifelong writer, and worked as a journalist in community newspapers for more than a decade, from White Rock to Parksville and Qualicum Beach, to Abbotsford and Surrey, from 2001-2012. After working in communications for several years, I switched my focus to running a home-based business with my husband, and helped grow that into a successful enterprise. Writing has always been a passion for me, however, and I returned to the journalism industry in 2022, to the Peace Arch News, where I first started while still a journalism student on a practicum in 2001.
tricia.weel@peacearchnews.com

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Recent Work by Tricia

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
Delta firefighters battle stubborn mill blaze for several hours

Delta firefighters battle stubborn mill blaze for several hours

Early-morning fire caused heavy smoke in area near Surrey Fraser Docks
South Surrey crash sends driver to hospital with serious injuries

South Surrey crash sends driver to hospital with serious injuries

Jaws of Life used in aftermath of single-vehicle collision in Morgan Heights
Port Mann Bridge collision causes ‘significant injuries’ for taxi driver

Port Mann Bridge collision causes ‘significant injuries’ for taxi driver

Crash a reminder to ‘pay attention, slow down and respect our highway workers’: Surrey Fire
Serious crash on Port Mann Bridge sends 1 person to hospital

Serious crash on Port Mann Bridge sends 1 person to hospital

BC RCMP Highway Patrol, emergency responders attend collision
BC SPCA optimistic positive changes for farm animals are on the way

BC SPCA optimistic positive changes for farm animals are on the way

Recommendations to improve welfare, protections of farmed animals in B.C. presented to ministry
$7K fine for Loblaws after B.C. store sells wine to minor

$7K fine for Loblaws after B.C. store sells wine to minor

Real Canadian Superstore location must display sign about penalty
Another ‘ugly’ event to fight food insecurity planned at South Surrey farm

Another ‘ugly’ event to fight food insecurity planned at South Surrey farm

Heppell family’s Ugly Potato Days, which offer free produce, attract thousands
Eagle eye: At least one egg spotted in Lower Mainland bald eagle nest

Eagle eye: At least one egg spotted in Lower Mainland bald eagle nest

Egg-laying season means more action on Hancock Wildlife Foundation’s livestreaming cameras
VIDEO: Seniors take to the streets for better pensions across B.C.

VIDEO: Seniors take to the streets for better pensions across B.C.

Tin Cup initiative aims to increase OAP to Canadian poverty level
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