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Chris Campbell

Chris Campbell

Chris Campbell is the Editor of the Burnaby Now and the New Westminster Record. Born and raised in Burnaby, Chris has more than 25 years of experience in journalism at both community and daily newspapers. The father of a teen daughter is also an award-winning columnist, reporter and editor who is an active member of the Burnaby and New West communities. If you see him at one of our local community events, come over and say hello.

Recent Work by Chris

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
Winning Lotto Max ticket worth $70M bought in Burnaby — biggest in B.C. history

Winning Lotto Max ticket worth $70M bought in Burnaby — biggest in B.C. history

Was it you?
RCMP tactical team moves in to remove Trans Mountain protesters from Burnaby trees

RCMP tactical team moves in to remove Trans Mountain protesters from Burnaby trees

Trees have been occupied for more than a year
Burnaby man to attack mortgage after winning big lottery prize

Burnaby man to attack mortgage after winning big lottery prize

Ticket bought at Market Crossing
Singh and Trudeau both wrapped up their campaigns in Burnaby

Singh and Trudeau both wrapped up their campaigns in Burnaby

Burnaby North-Seymour predicted to be a close race
Burnaby police looking for dark SUV after brazen daylight shooting

Burnaby police looking for dark SUV after brazen daylight shooting

Police asking public for dash-cam footage
Man stabbed at Burnaby SkyTrain station after confronting vandals breaking bottles

Man stabbed at Burnaby SkyTrain station after confronting vandals breaking bottles

One person sent to hospital
Trans Mountain protest set for busy Burnaby intersection during rush hour

Trans Mountain protest set for busy Burnaby intersection during rush hour

A busy week for protests in Burnaby to stop the Trans Mountain pipeline continues today (Friday) with a major intersection targeted.
London Drugs eyes recycling 10 million chopsticks this year

London Drugs eyes recycling 10 million chopsticks this year

The company has partnered with ChopValue
Kids set to ride Lower Mainland transit for free soon

Kids set to ride Lower Mainland transit for free soon

It is estimated that approximately 370,000 children 12 and under throughout B.C. will be eligible to ride for free when the program is launched.