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Keith returned to the Comox Valley two years ago as publisher of the Comox Valley Echo after serving as the publisher for the Alberni Valley Times. He had worked at The Echo as sales rep, then sales manager for over 10 years. Keith was a Canadian Tire dealer in Ontario for several years, before bringing his family back home to the West Coast. He currently sits on the Board of Comox Valley Exhibition and Strathcona Sunrise Rotary, and is very active and a director of B.C. Fairs.
Terry returned to Black Press in 2014, after seven years at a daily publication in Alberta. He brings 14 years of editorial experience to Comox Valley Record, including five years as the sports editor at the Record’s sister paper, the Campbell River Mirror. When not at work, Terry can most likely be found either at one of the local golf courses, or running the trails with his dogs.
Scott Stanfield has been a reporter at The Record since 2010. He covers sports, municipal politics, and everything under the sun that happens in the Comox Valley, including Denman and Hornby islands.
Erin Haluschak has been with the Record for more than eight years as a reporter and photographer holding the court, police and military beats, with coverage spanning from Fanny Bay to Oyster River.
Mike Chouinard has worked in journalism, communications and proposal writing for more than 20 years. He has a degree in history from Simon Fraser University and journalism from the University of Regina. As a reporter or editor, he has worked at newspapers in Grand Forks, Chilliwack, Langley, Squamish and the Toronto area. He has covered most news beats but at the Mirror focuses on education and regional district issues. In his spare time, he reads and writes fiction, collects vinyl records, competes at trivia events, plays drums and follows NCAA basketball.
Susan began with community newspapers 40 years ago. She’s been with the Record since 1993 and is experienced in all aspects of newspaper production.
Terry has been in our circulation department since 1996 and became our circulation manager in 2007. If you would like a paper route, give him a call.
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