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Kemone Moodley

Kemone Moodley

I began working with the Hope Standard on August 2022, after completing my MA in Journalism from Ryerson University (now known as the Toronto Metropolitan University). Before the Standard, I worked briefly as an intern at Opera Canada magazine and wrote a few opinion pieces for UFV's newspaper, The Cascade.

Email
kemone.moodley@hopestandard.com

Recent Work by Kemone

VIDEO: Crowds turn out for historic train station move in Hope

VIDEO: Crowds turn out for historic train station move in Hope

Industrial movers safely deliver Hope Station House to its new home around the corner
Bringing April home: B.C. family’s search for missing sister continues

Bringing April home: B.C. family’s search for missing sister continues

Even after false alarm discovery of a body, April Parisian’s family says they haven’t given up
1 dead, 2 sent to hospital after Coquihalla semi-truck crash

1 dead, 2 sent to hospital after Coquihalla semi-truck crash

Truck slid into centre ditch near Larson Hill; drivers were asked to take Highway 1
Highway 1 through B.C.’s Fraser Canyon set to close due to heavy rainfall

Highway 1 through B.C.’s Fraser Canyon set to close due to heavy rainfall

Highway 1 between Boothroyd and Siska to close at 7 p.m.; checkpoints set up by Hope and Lytton
Joint RCMP investigation starting in Chase leads to arrest of two men in Hope

Joint RCMP investigation starting in Chase leads to arrest of two men in Hope

One armed man broke into residence’s room at Riverside manor
RCMP search for suspect who tried to derail train in Fraser Canyon

RCMP search for suspect who tried to derail train in Fraser Canyon

Derailment attempt took place near old Alexandra Bridge in Spuzzum
Federal government rejects emergency order to protect Northern Spotted Owl habitat

Federal government rejects emergency order to protect Northern Spotted Owl habitat

Members of Spuzzum First Nation “furious” at federal government
Second release brings B.C.’s wild spotted owl population from 1 to 3

Second release brings B.C.’s wild spotted owl population from 1 to 3

Two male owls join one female owl in Fraser Canyon
27 structures so far burned down by Kookipi Creek wildfire

27 structures so far burned down by Kookipi Creek wildfire

6 residential homes and 21 recreational and maintenance buildings taken by fire
Kookipi Creek wildfire near Boston Bar now estimated at 13,674 hectares

Kookipi Creek wildfire near Boston Bar now estimated at 13,674 hectares

Evacuation orders and alerts remain; Highway 1 from Hope to Lytton still closed
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