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Chris Campbell

Chris Campbell

Chris Campbell is the Editor of the Burnaby Now, the New Westminster Record and the Tri-City News. Born and raised in Burnaby, Chris is a Langara journalism school grad who has more than 25 years of experience in journalism at both community and daily newspapers. Chris got into journalism as a way to meet new people and understand more about how the world works. This father of an adult daughter is also an award-winning columnist, reporter and editor who is an active member of the Burnaby, New West and Tri-Cities communities. When he's not writing, he's cheering for the Boston Red Sox and Celtics. If you see him at one of our local community events, come over and say hello.

Email
ccampbell@burnabynow.com

Recent Work by Chris

Burnaby landlord who’s always drunk ‘accidentally’ climbed into bed with tenant

Burnaby landlord who’s always drunk ‘accidentally’ climbed into bed with tenant

Tenant woke up hearing snoring next to them
B.C. sets a record for most lottery prizes won

B.C. sets a record for most lottery prizes won

Did you buy a lottery ticket in 2021?
TransLink adding braille signage at all Lower Mainland bus stops

TransLink adding braille signage at all Lower Mainland bus stops

Project now underway
Mega-development plans unveiled in Burnaby for 5,000 homes, film studio

Mega-development plans unveiled in Burnaby for 5,000 homes, film studio

Willingdon Lands at located at Willingdon and Canada Way
Burnaby man foils Amazon ‘porch pirate’ with poop-filled bait box

Burnaby man foils Amazon ‘porch pirate’ with poop-filled bait box

Revenge never smelled so stinky
Teacher who saved Burnaby creek publishes book about experience

Teacher who saved Burnaby creek publishes book about experience

Mark Angelo fought for decades to restore Guichon Creek
Burnaby woman brutally attacked while investigating noise outside her home

Burnaby woman brutally attacked while investigating noise outside her home

Attacker is still on the loose
Residents urged to sign petition to prevent animal 'trauma' from fireworks

Residents urged to sign petition to prevent animal 'trauma' from fireworks

BC SPCA also offers tips for Halloween.
Burnaby council approves fines of up to $500 for smoking offences

Burnaby council approves fines of up to $500 for smoking offences

Some businesses that include hookah smoking have been grandfathered by new bylaw
Burnaby police investigating if ‘swatting’ led to Metrotown mall evacuation

Burnaby police investigating if ‘swatting’ led to Metrotown mall evacuation

Swatting is a criminal offence in Canada