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Neil Corbett

Neil Corbett

I have been a journalist for more than 30 years, the past decade with the Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows News. I moved to the city in 2012. I’ve worked at community newspapers in Abbotsford, Mission, Hope, and Williams Lake, as well as in Ontario – serving as an editor and reporter. Along the way, I have won various national journalism awards, and been part of successful news teams. In Maple Ridge, I am a multi-media reporter, and have covered a variety of beats including education, sports, city council, as well as political issues at the federal and provincial levels with local impacts.

Phone
604-476-2736
Email
neil.corbett@mapleridgenews.com

Recent Work by Neil

City council supports 6.5 per cent tax hike

City council supports 6.5 per cent tax hike

New budget has 12 RCMP officers, 16 firefighters
Maple Ridge man arrested after knife attack in Kootenays

Maple Ridge man arrested after knife attack in Kootenays

RCMP apprehend suspect in Trail, bring numerous charges
Historic Maple Ridge scouting cabin has a new home

Historic Maple Ridge scouting cabin has a new home

DeWolf Den carried across the city to new Whonnock location
Downtown Maple Ridge store closing due to crime, drug use

Downtown Maple Ridge store closing due to crime, drug use

Emerald Moon Metaphysical will shut its door at end of May
Pitt Meadows man fined for killing two bears

Pitt Meadows man fined for killing two bears

Must pay $7,360 after shooting bears drawn to property by beehive parts
Maple Ridge’s Fund Run registration is now open

Maple Ridge’s Fund Run registration is now open

Annual fundraiser for Ridge Meadows Hospital coming up
Man accused of shooting Maple Ridge Mountie appears in court

Man accused of shooting Maple Ridge Mountie appears in court

Nicholas Bellemare charged with first-degree murder
Maple Ridge lacrosse star gets 100th NCAA point

Maple Ridge lacrosse star gets 100th NCAA point

Ella Todd passes milestone with Newbury on Saturday
Ramblers wrestlers medal at national championships

Ramblers wrestlers medal at national championships

Five athletes competed, four brought home medals
Ridge Meadows real estate market stands out in Greater Vancouver

Ridge Meadows real estate market stands out in Greater Vancouver

Realtor reports that eastward migration continues in region
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