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Bailey Seymour

Bailey Seymour

After graduating from SAIT and stint with the Calgary Herald, I ended up at the Nanaimo News Bulletin/Ladysmith Chronicle in March 2023 with the hope of covering the Island and its many communities. Along with a love for storytelling and photography, I enjoy fishing, hiking, reading, and live music.

Phone
403-701-0681
Email
bailey.seymour@blackpress.ca

Recent Work by Bailey

Western Canada’s 1st arctic navy ship sails into Greater Victoria waters

Western Canada’s 1st arctic navy ship sails into Greater Victoria waters

The Max Bernays is the 1st ship to be commissioned to the Pacific fleet in 25 years
Stolen bouncy castle last seen headed north on Vancouver Island highway

Stolen bouncy castle last seen headed north on Vancouver Island highway

Business owner calls for return of bouncy castle that she dropped off at Langford house
B.C.’s oldest public high school welcomes students after 4 years of renos

B.C.’s oldest public high school welcomes students after 4 years of renos

Opened as a log cabin in 1876, Victoria High is the oldest public high school in western Canada
Victoria hair stylist provides free haircuts to those in need

Victoria hair stylist provides free haircuts to those in need

Jamie McCallum estimates he’s given 400 haircuts since opening Community Salons in 2021
‘Ball in the Liberals’ court’: federal NDP deal hangs in balance with Pharmacare

‘Ball in the Liberals’ court’: federal NDP deal hangs in balance with Pharmacare

New Democrats threaten to end agreement with Liberals over universal pharmacare expectations
Nanaimo thrift store facing human rights complaint from maskless shopper

Nanaimo thrift store facing human rights complaint from maskless shopper

B.C. Human Rights Tribunal denies Habitat for Humanity’s application to dismiss complaint
B.C. government hoping for more responses to racism survey

B.C. government hoping for more responses to racism survey

Survey has been delivered to 800,000 households
B.C. grizzly bear attack survivor calls for more blood donations

B.C. grizzly bear attack survivor calls for more blood donations

Campbell River man says a blood transfusion saved his life in 2019
Feds funding programs to support people with disabilities joining the workforce

Feds funding programs to support people with disabilities joining the workforce

Federal minister of employment announces $16 million to go to six organizations across Canada
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