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Jessica Durling

Jessica Durling

Jessica joined the Nanaimo News Bulletin in 2024, after working in television as a reporter with Global News in Regina. Before that she worked as an investigative journalist for a year at The Pointer in Ontario, and spent four years with Glacier Media in Saskatchewan covering COVID-19, municipal politics, school boards and Indigenous communities.

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jessica.durling@nanaimobulletin.com

Recent Work by Jessica

Impasse: How a pro-Palestine protest at a B.C. university ended up in court

Impasse: How a pro-Palestine protest at a B.C. university ended up in court

Vancouver Island University claims students vandalized HR department drop box, turning it into a 'how to be more racist box'
B.C. hen sets record as world's smartest chicken

B.C. hen sets record as world's smartest chicken

Veterinarian Emily Carrington wanted to show just how smart chickens are
For the shear joy: 75-year-old B.C. widow intends keep sheep farm going

For the shear joy: 75-year-old B.C. widow intends keep sheep farm going

Nanaimo woman extolls the holistic benefits of hobby farming in an increasingly urban society
Case going to court after 177 animals seized last fall on Vancouver Island

Case going to court after 177 animals seized last fall on Vancouver Island

Owners face charges of causing pain and suffering to animals
Meet the horses of ‘The Last of Us’ as TV series films in Nanaimo

Meet the horses of ‘The Last of Us’ as TV series films in Nanaimo

Downtown streets closed for HBO production
Filming in Nanaimo brings ‘The Last of Us’ fan fever

Filming in Nanaimo brings ‘The Last of Us’ fan fever

Fans of the TV series try to catch a glimpse of actors
Water safe again on BC Ferries vessel following floor cleaner incident

Water safe again on BC Ferries vessel following floor cleaner incident

Employee accidentally poured cleaning product into Queen of Oak Bay’s water supply May 6
National Nursing Week recognizes how nurses change lives for the better

National Nursing Week recognizes how nurses change lives for the better

B.C. Nurses’ Union cautions about challenging and even hazardous working conditions
Pets get access to outdoor decks on more BC Ferries sailings

Pets get access to outdoor decks on more BC Ferries sailings

Move follows ‘overwhelmingly positive’ feedback from pilot program, says ferry corporation
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