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Jordan Copp, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter

Jordan Copp, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter

Jordan Copp is the Coast Reporter's civic and Indigenous affairs Local Journalism Initiative Reporter.

Recent Work by Jordan

shíshálh youth make their pitches at Bears' Lair Camp

shíshálh youth make their pitches at Bears' Lair Camp

Community celebration celebrated youth-led business ideas
Sechelt fire chief retires after 35 years with department

Sechelt fire chief retires after 35 years with department

For Trevor Pike, firefighting was a family business, now he's leaving the department to spend more time with his family.
Sechelt Library to open 'pop-up' as leak restoration set to take months

Sechelt Library to open 'pop-up' as leak restoration set to take months

While the original estimate for repairs to water damage from a mid-January water leak was a month, as further damage was uncovered, the estimate shifted. The most recent update suggests a timeline of eight to 13 weeks. 
Sechelt advances eight-lot subdivision rezoning on Mills Road

Sechelt advances eight-lot subdivision rezoning on Mills Road

Zoning amendment for a new development is aimed at creating affordable housing, aligning with the provincial Small-Scale Multi-Unit Housing initiative.
Shorncliffe Avenue rental housing receives conditional permit approval

Shorncliffe Avenue rental housing receives conditional permit approval

New residential project promises affordable housing options among its 109 units
Gibsons bookstore uses music ties to aid suicide prevention

Gibsons bookstore uses music ties to aid suicide prevention

How Reason to Live Books and Records makes a difference through music
Entrepreneur dream camp for Indigenous youth arrives in Sechelt

Entrepreneur dream camp for Indigenous youth arrives in Sechelt

The camp is hosted by the APTN TV show Bears' Lair, led by shíshálh Nation member Geena Jackson
After five months, BC Ferries has yet to resume in-person meetings

After five months, BC Ferries has yet to resume in-person meetings

Community engagement suffers, says Southern Sunshine Coast FAC chair as BC Ferries faces criticism for lack of responsiveness and delays.
SD46 eyes electric bus fleet expansion with BC Hydro Incentive Program application

SD46 eyes electric bus fleet expansion with BC Hydro Incentive Program application

Advancements in snow clearing, electric buses and collaborative sports field strategy highlight the district’s latest developments
SD46 advances new childcare program in Madeira Park

SD46 advances new childcare program in Madeira Park

New childcare facility coming to Madeira Park: SD46's initiative includes spaces for toddlers and preschoolers
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