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Will Campbell

Will was born and raised in Vancouver and is currently finishing off a masters degree in journalism at Carleton University in Ottawa. He has been active in campus media at the University of Toronto and interned with several news outlets. He's interested in the hot spot where politics and the environment meet, in how public discussion is shaped and in loud music played in small rooms. Follow him on Twitter: @wwillcampbell.


Govt. lawyers ask court to delay changes in B.C. drunk driving law

Lawyer for provincial government tells B.C. Supreme Court judge who found part of law breached Charter to wait until next June before having the ruling take effect.

New version of salmon virus may have started in B.C., expert says

Commission into Fraser River salmon collapse hears a variant of a potentially lethal salmon virus has been found in B.C.

Gentrification killing off low-income rooms in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside

Report shows development driving up rents, reducing number of welfare-level rooming houses.

City water and utility rates to jump 10%

"Rainy day" fund will build to cover future expansions and upgrades.

Occupy Vancouver hits the waterfront, but doesn't close it

Rolling blockades failed to win union support but make their point loud and clear.

Nathan Cullen calls for progressive voters to re-think party line politics

2011 NDP race: BC candidate wants Liberals, NDP to hare ridings to defeat Tories.