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Jordan Copp, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter

Jordan Copp, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter

Jordan Copp is the Coast Reporter's civic and Indigenous affairs Local Journalism Initiative Reporter.

Recent Work by Jordan

After five months, BC Ferries has yet to resume in-person meetings

After five months, BC Ferries has yet to resume in-person meetings

Community engagement suffers, says Southern Sunshine Coast FAC chair as BC Ferries faces criticism for lack of responsiveness and delays.
Firefighter Cancer Awareness Month brings attention to hidden dangers of firefighting

Firefighter Cancer Awareness Month brings attention to hidden dangers of firefighting

Over 75 per cent of firefighter fatalities are directly associated with cancer, according to Ken McMullen, president of the Canadian Association of Fire Chiefs.
New film documents Indigenous woman's journey to reconnect with her culture, community

New film documents Indigenous woman's journey to reconnect with her culture, community

'Coming Home for the Children' depicts Charlene SanJenko’s journey to reconnect with her Splatsin ancestry and community and will premiere at the Sechelt Arts Festival next month.
A plea for action regarding ‘deplorable’ pre-ticketing traffic at Horseshoe Bay: FAC

A plea for action regarding ‘deplorable’ pre-ticketing traffic at Horseshoe Bay: FAC

‘I try not to travel through there with my grandchildren, because I am terrified of getting stuck there,' says Southern Sunshine Coast FAC chair
Committee calls BC Ferries service to Sunshine Coast ‘unmitigated disaster’ amid cancellations

Committee calls BC Ferries service to Sunshine Coast ‘unmitigated disaster’ amid cancellations

‘It’s inadequate service all year long, it's getting worse and worse.'
FAC calls BC Ferries service to Sunshine Coast ‘unmitigated disaster’ amid cancellations

FAC calls BC Ferries service to Sunshine Coast ‘unmitigated disaster’ amid cancellations

‘It’s inadequate service all year long, it's getting worse and worse’: Southern Sunshine Coast FAC tells BC Ferries executives at biannual meeting, and asks for solutions.
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