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Trevor Crawley

Trevor Crawley

Trevor Crawley has been a reporter with the Cranbrook Townsman and Black Press in various roles since 2011. A graduate of the journalism program at Langara College in Vancouver, Crawley first joined the Townsman in the role of sports editor, covering the Western Hockey League (WHL) and the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League (KIJHL), as well as other local college and high school sports. In 2015, he moved over to the news desk, covering local municipal, provincial and federal politics, the courts, and everything in between. Cranbrook is a growing hub of the East Kootenay and there is always a story to tell, whether it is breaking spot news or feature profiles on issues relevant to the community. Outside of the office, Crawley enjoys playing team sports, hiking, hunting and strumming the guitar.

Phone
250-426-5201 ext. 56
Email
trevor.crawley@cranbrooktownsman.com

Recent Work by Trevor

Province to sample for wildlife disease in East Kootenay urban deer

Province to sample for wildlife disease in East Kootenay urban deer

Province will test for presence of wildlife disease in Cranbrook, Kimberley urban deer populations this fall
Wildfires burning near Cranbrook, Sparwood

Wildfires burning near Cranbrook, Sparwood

Municipal firefighters also busy responding to spate of recent structure fires
Province amends Elk Valley Water Quality Plan

Province amends Elk Valley Water Quality Plan

Province plans amendments to Elk Valley Water Quality Plan
Ktunaxa mark milestone in Columbia River Treaty modernization

Ktunaxa mark milestone in Columbia River Treaty modernization

Indigenous participation key to treaty modernization effort
RDEK contributes $10K to Cranbrook homelessness task force

RDEK contributes $10K to Cranbrook homelessness task force

RDEK contributes $10K to Cranbrook homelessness task force 'Common Ground' proposal
SD5 successfully accommodates displaced Amy Woodland students

SD5 successfully accommodates displaced Amy Woodland students

After Amy Woodland school fire, other schools stepping up to host displaced students next semester
Canada, U.S. reach agreement to modernize Columbia River Treaty

Canada, U.S. reach agreement to modernize Columbia River Treaty

Canada, U.S. find common ground on core issues to modernize decades-old water management agreement
Southeast Fire Centre to ban campfires

Southeast Fire Centre to ban campfires

A campfire ban will go into effect on Friday, July 12, at noon.
Two homes burn in Park Royal neighbourhood

Two homes burn in Park Royal neighbourhood

Firefighters responding to house fire in Cranbrook Monday afternoon
Cranbrook now compliant with new provincial housing rules

Cranbrook now compliant with new provincial housing rules

The City of Cranbrook is now compliant with BC’s provincial housing legislation known as Bill 44.
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