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Jordan Copp, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter

Jordan Copp, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter

Jordan is Coast Reporters Local Journalism Initiative reporter, covering civic and Indigenous affairs. When he's not writing, you can find Jordan carrying around a stack of sci fi novels or hiking the surrounding mountains. [email protected]

Recent Work by Jordan

New wastewater treatment plant marks environmental milestone for shíshálh Nation

New wastewater treatment plant marks environmental milestone for shíshálh Nation

shíshálh Nation celebrates the opening of its state-of-the-art wastewater treatment facility
Green waste fire quelled at Salish Soils facility Tuesday evening

Green waste fire quelled at Salish Soils facility Tuesday evening

Fire is thought to have ignited through natural processes
shíshálh Nation ceremony honours residential school survivors with traditional regalia

shíshálh Nation ceremony honours residential school survivors with traditional regalia

syíyaya Reconciliation Movement partners with shíshálh Nation to honour their past
Sechelt to research invasive broom burning

Sechelt to research invasive broom burning

Community seeks solutions for scotch broom
Sechelt joins Sue Big Oil campaign

Sechelt joins Sue Big Oil campaign

Commits a contribution of $1 per resident for class action lawsuit
Salish Seas Regenerative Farm Society plans expansion

Salish Seas Regenerative Farm Society plans expansion

Boosting biodiversity and food security on the Sunshine Coast with regenerative farming
‘Dude Drilling Park’ not to be: Sunshine Coast roadside drill to be removed

‘Dude Drilling Park’ not to be: Sunshine Coast roadside drill to be removed

The six-month saga of the community's roadside attraction to come to an end
Sunshine Coast SAR rescues woman in Roberts Creek

Sunshine Coast SAR rescues woman in Roberts Creek

Multi-agency effort leads to successful rope rescue in steep terrain
Sunshine Coast’s summer two-ferry service starts June 26

Sunshine Coast’s summer two-ferry service starts June 26

The Coast will be served by two-ferry service seven days a week, extra Route 3 trips added for busy summer
From Egmont to Redrooffs: Coaster treks 50 km to highlight transit desert

From Egmont to Redrooffs: Coaster treks 50 km to highlight transit desert

Highlighting transportation challenges on the Sunshine Coast, Chris Hergesheimer’s walk underscores the room for better access and infrastructure
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