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Karl Yu

Karl Yu

After interning at Vancouver Metro free daily newspaper, I joined Black Press in 2010, working in the southern interior of B.C. and transferring to Vancouver Island in 2013. Court, education, and regional district government are among my news beats. I am a Ma Murray and Canadian Community Newspaper award winner.
karl.yu@nanaimobulletin.com

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250-734-4628
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karl.yu@nanaimobulletin.com

Recent Work by Karl

Nanaimo-Ladysmith school district’s electric bus experience a bumpy ride so far

Nanaimo-Ladysmith school district’s electric bus experience a bumpy ride so far

School District 68 committee updated on pros and cons of electrifying fleet of buses
As trial closes, defence says abuse led Nanaimo woman to kill ex with hammer

As trial closes, defence says abuse led Nanaimo woman to kill ex with hammer

Crown and defence presented closing arguments this week in B.C. Supreme Court
Trial resumes for Nanaimo woman accused of killing ex-boyfriend

Trial resumes for Nanaimo woman accused of killing ex-boyfriend

Paris Jayanne Laroche, 28, on trial for murder and dismemberment
Pulling invasive ivy will be combined with cultural Earth Day celebration

Pulling invasive ivy will be combined with cultural Earth Day celebration

Ivy-pulling work parties taking place in lead up to April 27 event at Colliery Dam Park
No lead in water at Nanaimo-Ladysmith schools, but water use a concern

No lead in water at Nanaimo-Ladysmith schools, but water use a concern

Trustees updated on work to get lead out of schools’ pipes
National Volunteer Week recognizes all that volunteers do in the community

National Volunteer Week recognizes all that volunteers do in the community

Canadian Red Cross salutes its health equipment loan program volunteers
Sections of Nanaimo’s downtown will be closed for weeks of filming

Sections of Nanaimo’s downtown will be closed for weeks of filming

Film commission working on ‘important production’ for the region
Habitat for Humanity’s biggest project on Island being built in Nanaimo

Habitat for Humanity’s biggest project on Island being built in Nanaimo

Four-building, 25-unit project planned for Metral Drive
First-of-its-kind detox service for Indigenous youths coming to Snaw-Naw-As territory

First-of-its-kind detox service for Indigenous youths coming to Snaw-Naw-As territory

Service will be starting this spring at Orca Lelum Youth Wellness Centre north of Nanaimo
Sugar-pulling, heavy equipment on display as VIU shows off trades programs

Sugar-pulling, heavy equipment on display as VIU shows off trades programs

Students and teachers promote programs at Trades and Tech Showcase
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