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Tricia Weel

Tricia Weel

I’m a lifelong writer, and worked as a journalist in community newspapers for more than a decade, from White Rock to Parksville and Qualicum Beach, to Abbotsford and Surrey, from 2001-2012. After working in communications for several years, I switched my focus to running a home-based business with my husband, and helped grow that into a successful enterprise. Writing has always been a passion for me, however, and I returned to the journalism industry in 2022, to the Peace Arch News, where I first started while still a journalism student on a practicum in 2001.
tricia.weel@peacearchnews.com

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604-542-7407
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tricia.weel@peacearchnews.com

Recent Work by Tricia

Softball players celebrate start of season in South Surrey

Softball players celebrate start of season in South Surrey

‘Remarkable surge’ in player registrations leads to 6 new teams for SSWRMSA
Of course you can name a horse: RCMP wants children’s help naming foals

Of course you can name a horse: RCMP wants children’s help naming foals

Kids 14 and younger encouraged to suggest names starting with ‘A’ for Musical Ride horses
Surrey increases sensory-friendly swim sessions after successful pilot

Surrey increases sensory-friendly swim sessions after successful pilot

Swims featuring calmer, quieter environment now available at 4 pools across city
Savvy Senior event set for May 6 in White Rock

Savvy Senior event set for May 6 in White Rock

Workshop will focus on fraud prevention, personal safety and more
Bald eagle parents welcome newly hatched offspring in White Rock nest

Bald eagle parents welcome newly hatched offspring in White Rock nest

Second eaglet make its appearance in nest livestreamed on camera 24/7
South Surrey netminder up for WHL’s Goaltender of the Year award

South Surrey netminder up for WHL’s Goaltender of the Year award

Lethbridge Hurricanes goalie Harrison Meneghin nominated for Del Wilson Memorial Trophy
Elgin Park grad selected to play basketball with Vancouver Bandits

Elgin Park grad selected to play basketball with Vancouver Bandits

UBC Thunderbird Adam Olsen chosen by Bandits 4th overall in 1st round of CEBL entry draft event
UPDATE: Missing 30-year-old from Surrey found safe

UPDATE: Missing 30-year-old from Surrey found safe

2 confirmed sightings of missing individual in Whalley
Lane closure in effect on Crescent Road in South Surrey

Lane closure in effect on Crescent Road in South Surrey

Surrey RCMP advise drivers plan ahead, avoid area
Nicomekl vehicle rescuers awarded with RCMP Officer in Charge commendations

Nicomekl vehicle rescuers awarded with RCMP Officer in Charge commendations

First responders to South Surrey crash honoured for their bravery
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