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Christine van Reeuwyk

Christine van Reeuwyk

In 2002, I graduated from Langara College, and I found myself returning to Vancouver Island to launch my career. Since then, my path has taken me through newsrooms spanning from Victoria to Port Hardy and back again. Along the way, I've had the privilege of receiving numerous awards at both the provincial and national levels for my work.

I've taken on the role of editor for various Black Press papers across Greater Victoria, and currently, I'm dedicated to serving the community of Oak Bay as a senior journalist. When I'm not out and about, covering stories on The Avenue, you might find me enjoying a spirited game of rec ice hockey or exploring my passion for food and culinary experiences.

Phone
250-480-3260
Email
christine.vanreeuwyk@blackpress.ca

Recent Work by Christine

PHOTOS: Saanich pair races to clear skies in Texas for total solar eclipse

PHOTOS: Saanich pair races to clear skies in Texas for total solar eclipse

4 a.m. start, traffic dodging lands father-son duo in Goldthwaite in the path of totality
VIDEO: Fisheries relocates famed Vancouver Island elephant seal to remote beach

VIDEO: Fisheries relocates famed Vancouver Island elephant seal to remote beach

Dubbed Emerson by locals, the seal repeatedly returns to Greater Victoria
Wildfire demand pushes production at North Saanich water bomber parts site

Wildfire demand pushes production at North Saanich water bomber parts site

De Havilland ups to 300 staff in preparation for 24 European planes
B.C. father and son chasing total solar eclipse to Texas

B.C. father and son chasing total solar eclipse to Texas

Steve and Connor Hickton took the same UVic astronomy course 20 years apart
PHOTOS: 2-foot long deep sea creature spotted off Victoria shores

PHOTOS: 2-foot long deep sea creature spotted off Victoria shores

‘Once you get your head under the water it’s a whole different world’
Toxic amphibians gather in Langford, common across B.C. coast

Toxic amphibians gather in Langford, common across B.C. coast

Rough-skinned newts gather in large numbers around wetlands from February to April
PHOTOS: B.C. sand sculptor’s book inspired by 3-days of rain in Kuwait

PHOTOS: B.C. sand sculptor’s book inspired by 3-days of rain in Kuwait

Stories in Sand - The Arabian Nights bound for book form after successful kickstarter
VIDEO: Personal connections help B.C. museum Lancaster restoration soar

VIDEO: Personal connections help B.C. museum Lancaster restoration soar

Aviation museum hopes to have visitors sitting in the cockpit by August
TV show helps B.C. father, son forge bond in Cuba after 11 years apart

TV show helps B.C. father, son forge bond in Cuba after 11 years apart

Adonis was 21 when he left Cuba; Jordan was 21 when the pair returned
Retirement planning: BC Ferries launches concept images for new vessels

Retirement planning: BC Ferries launches concept images for new vessels

New boats expected to run cleaner and carry more passengers
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