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Jessica Durling

Jessica Durling

Jessica joined the Nanaimo News Bulletin in 2024, after working in television as a reporter with Global News in Regina. Before that she worked as an investigative journalist for a year at The Pointer in Ontario, and spent four years with Glacier Media in Saskatchewan covering COVID-19, municipal politics, school boards and Indigenous communities.

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jessica.durling@nanaimobulletin.com

Recent Work by Jessica

Nanaimo to get a second clinic for urgent and primary health care

Nanaimo to get a second clinic for urgent and primary health care

New clinic on Norwell Drive intended for patients who do not have a family doctor
Nature group advises caution around Vancouver Island's migrating toadlets

Nature group advises caution around Vancouver Island's migrating toadlets

Young western toads are making their dangerous excursion to the woods this time of year
Silly Boat Regatta bringing wackiness back to Nanaimo's waterfront

Silly Boat Regatta bringing wackiness back to Nanaimo's waterfront

Fundraiser for Nanaimo Child Development Centre happens July 21
Impasse: as VIU takes pro-Palestine protesters to court, how we got here

Impasse: as VIU takes pro-Palestine protesters to court, how we got here

VIU claims students vandalized HR department drop box, turning it into a 'how to be more racist box'
Huge downtown Nanaimo hotel property returned to Snuneymuxw

Huge downtown Nanaimo hotel property returned to Snuneymuxw

Former Howard Johnson Harbourside Hotel will be demolished in the coming months
Lantzville postpones decision on zero-carbon step code

Lantzville postpones decision on zero-carbon step code

District council votes 3-2 to delay third reading until the fall, after a consultation period
'Cultivate and cook' program is a recipe for food security in Nanaimo

'Cultivate and cook' program is a recipe for food security in Nanaimo

Nanaimo Community Kitchen receives $12,000 Island Health grant
Researchers studying long-term prospects of Nanaimo's official flower

Researchers studying long-term prospects of Nanaimo's official flower

Population of hosackia pinnata is declining, VIU researchers trying to understand why
City of Nanaimo considering 'socially responsible' investments

City of Nanaimo considering 'socially responsible' investments

Counc. Ben Geselbracht argued the city should avoid investments viewed as not being socially responsible
Nanaimo swelters as new daily heat record set

Nanaimo swelters as new daily heat record set

Sunday was the hottest July 7 on record as the temperature reached 33.3 C
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