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Ruth Lloyd

Ruth Lloyd

I am a lifelong learner who returned to school after a decade working in wildfire. I completed a diploma in Journalism from the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology in Calgary, graduating in 2009.

This redirect brought me back to B.C. where I first worked for Black Press Media in Fort St. James at The Caledonia Courier and then took a break to do other jobs including biology, archaeology, and working for a community nonprofit.

I moved back to Williams Lake and joined the amazing team at the Williams Lake Tribune in 2021. I love the Cariboo Chilcotin region, its character, wilderness and diversity.

Phone
250-392-2331 ext. 219
Email
ruth.lloyd@wltribune.com

Recent Work by Ruth

Family calls for better care at Cariboo Memorial Hospital

Family calls for better care at Cariboo Memorial Hospital

The wife and daughter of a man who spent three weeks in hospital say they worry for others
Cariboo’s BC Winter Games dreams melting due to no snow

Cariboo’s BC Winter Games dreams melting due to no snow

Some snow sports organizations have pulled out due to lack of snow
Williams Lake power plant, city’s biggest tax payer gives 1 year notice

Williams Lake power plant, city’s biggest tax payer gives 1 year notice

Atlantic Power has given BC Hydro notice on the current contract, citing financial viability
B.C.’s William Belleau feeling at home on Hollywood’s red carpet

B.C.’s William Belleau feeling at home on Hollywood’s red carpet

The Esket’emc actor continues to follow his dream, after Killers of the Flower Moon role
Carey Price boosts Williams Lake hockey kids to gold in Kelowna

Carey Price boosts Williams Lake hockey kids to gold in Kelowna

The NHL superstar made a special memory for Williams Lake U11 development team
B.C. mom says online comments piling on more hurt to son’s death

B.C. mom says online comments piling on more hurt to son’s death

Mother whose son died from toxic drugs, said comments about street people dehumanizing
Prowling B.C.’s Chilcotin: researcher tracks cougar/caribou relationship

Prowling B.C.’s Chilcotin: researcher tracks cougar/caribou relationship

Senior wildlife biologist has followed fascination for large predators from Ireland to the Cariboo
Desire for light footprint feeds adventure tourism in Cariboo Chilcotin Coast

Desire for light footprint feeds adventure tourism in Cariboo Chilcotin Coast

Back country tourism in the heart of B.C. needs front-country support and understanding: operator
More tears shed as plea made to find 2 more missing on B.C.’s Highway of Tears

More tears shed as plea made to find 2 more missing on B.C.’s Highway of Tears

Mary Teegee of Carrier Sekani Child & Family Services says society must do better
Quesnel Lake scrutiny continues years after B.C.’s Mount Polley mine breach

Quesnel Lake scrutiny continues years after B.C.’s Mount Polley mine breach

Nearly a decade later, scientists monitor effects of 18 million cubic metres of copper mine sediment
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