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Alistair Taylor

Alistair Taylor

I have been the editor of the Campbell River Mirror since 1989 and have seen many changes come and go in the news industry – as well as in the city.

We take great pride in serving our community and acknowledge the vital service the newspaper and our website provides to our readers and advertisers. Away from the office, I consider myself an avid outdoors person and music lover and enjoy volunteering my time with Special Olympics, Scouts Canada and Rivercity Players.

Phone
250-287-9227 ext. 2209
Email
alistair.taylor@campbellrivermirror.com

Recent Work by Alistair

Looming aquaculture plan’s uncertainty ‘unjust and unfair’: B.C. industry

Looming aquaculture plan’s uncertainty ‘unjust and unfair’: B.C. industry

Fish farmers calling for 6-year license renewals to supply more security
No charges in RCMP killing of Jared Lowndes shocks First Nations leaders

No charges in RCMP killing of Jared Lowndes shocks First Nations leaders

‘Casts doubt’ on support for, or faith in, the Independent Investigation Office
First Nation on Island west coast wins Aboriginal title to limited territory

First Nation on Island west coast wins Aboriginal title to limited territory

Nuchatlaht First Nation secure title to parcels of land near existing reserves
First Nation finfish alliance releases review of pro-salmon-farming science

First Nation finfish alliance releases review of pro-salmon-farming science

British Columbia Salmon Farming Association compiled the science review over the past year
Hospice wedding a declaration of love in the face of medical challenge

Hospice wedding a declaration of love in the face of medical challenge

Couple exchanges vows while new wife battles brain cancer
B.C. man puts his muffler’s lifetime guarantee to a tough test

B.C. man puts his muffler’s lifetime guarantee to a tough test

30-year-old muffler on nearly 60-year-old truck replaced by Midas free of charge
Silver coin’s West Coast orca scene a natural for Vancouver Island artist

Silver coin’s West Coast orca scene a natural for Vancouver Island artist

Image adorns Royal Canadian Mint’s This is Canada series’ Wondrous Waters theme
B.C. woman accused of coughing on grocery worker during pandemic acquitted

B.C. woman accused of coughing on grocery worker during pandemic acquitted

B.C. Supreme Court Justice allows appeal, quashes conviction in Campbell River case
Councils want B.C. to create more tools to address public safety concerns

Councils want B.C. to create more tools to address public safety concerns

Province urged to help cities combat public disorder with a Community Safety Act
Suspect in marina homicide and hostage incident died at his own hands: IIO

Suspect in marina homicide and hostage incident died at his own hands: IIO

Incident occurred last summer in Campbell River
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