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Justin Samanski-Langille

Justin Samanski-Langille

I moved coast-to-coast to discover and share the stories of the West Shore, joining Black Press in 2021 after four years as a reporter in New Brunswick. Graduating from my hometown Carleton University in 2017 I’ve also spent time as a reporter and photojournalist in Ottawa, Toronto and Winnipeg in my quest to explore as much of the country as possible. My sense of adventure and curiosity developed during my youth spent travelling and living around the globe, including Australia and Jordan. When I’m not on the job, you’re likely to find me mountain biking, hiking, skiing or just enjoying everything Vancouver Island has to offer.

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justin.samanski-langille@goldstreamgazette.com

Recent Work by Justin

PHOTOS: Cops for Cancer raises more than $1M with 2023 Tour de Rock

PHOTOS: Cops for Cancer raises more than $1M with 2023 Tour de Rock

The 1,200 km fundraiser ride officially ended at the B.C. legislature Friday (Oct. 6)
Langford grocery store apologizes for incident family calls racial profiling

Langford grocery store apologizes for incident family calls racial profiling

Family says company statement not enough to repair harm from woman’s wrongful removal
Non-profit hosting low-income cat spay and neuter clinic in Saanich

Non-profit hosting low-income cat spay and neuter clinic in Saanich

Itty Bitty Kitty Committee is piloting the event this weekend, hopes to repeat every three months
PHOTOS: Thousands mark National Day for Truth and Reconciliation in Victoria

PHOTOS: Thousands mark National Day for Truth and Reconciliation in Victoria

The South Island Powwow returned for its second year at Royal Athletic Park
58 affordable rental units officially open in Victoria

58 affordable rental units officially open in Victoria

Chown Place set to expand with even more affordable housing units in upcoming phases
‘Good karma’: Stolen heirloom ship’s bell returned to Island family

‘Good karma’: Stolen heirloom ship’s bell returned to Island family

Mike Rose thought he would never see his father’s treasured heirloom again after it was taken
David Suzuki calls for nature to trump economy at Victoria climate protest

David Suzuki calls for nature to trump economy at Victoria climate protest

The demonstration kicks off a weekend of global protests against the fossil fuel industry
B.C. town rejects groundbreaking glow-in-dark road paint over price tag

B.C. town rejects groundbreaking glow-in-dark road paint over price tag

Photoluminescent paint common in Europe not coming to Victoria suburb because of cost
Rental unit temperature limits brewing in Vancouver Island community

Rental unit temperature limits brewing in Vancouver Island community

View Royal staff looking at rules forcing landlords to provide adequate heating and cooling
‘I have a new life’: View Royal rehab community a success amid drug crisis

‘I have a new life’: View Royal rehab community a success amid drug crisis

New Roads Therapeutic Recovery Community proves value of spreading unique model
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