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Tom Summer

Tom Summer

Tom Summer is a Peace region journalist and has been covering the courts and more in the pages of the Alaska Highway News and Dawson Creek Mirror since 2016.

Phone
250-219-0137
Email
tsummer@ahnfsj.ca

Recent Work by Tom

Province accused of dishonesty, misinformation over snowmobile closures

Province accused of dishonesty, misinformation over snowmobile closures

'Disappointment is certainly not the word'
Alwin Holland students bright with holiday spirit

Alwin Holland students bright with holiday spirit

Students supported by hamper donations, contribute $525 to Salvation Army
Fort St. John Advent calendars raise $8,050 for firefighters charity

Fort St. John Advent calendars raise $8,050 for firefighters charity

The Fort St. John Firefighters Charitable Society received an $8,050 donation Tuesday thanks to the proceeds of this year's Advent calendar fundraiser.
Politics with kindness: Former mayor Lenore Harwood left lasting legacy in Hudson’s Hope

Politics with kindness: Former mayor Lenore Harwood left lasting legacy in Hudson’s Hope

Harwood helped transform community with new curling rink, pool, seniors housing, visitor centre, medical clinic
Bert Bowes and Dr. Kearney to benefit from provincial mentorship funding

Bert Bowes and Dr. Kearney to benefit from provincial mentorship funding

Two new after school mentorship programs will be created at Bert Bowes and Dr Kearney schools thanks to $13,000 in provincial funding for mentorship programs.
Tumbler Ridge home to 112-million-year-old crocodile traces

Tumbler Ridge home to 112-million-year-old crocodile traces

Paleontologist credits 'incredible collaboration' between industry and museum for preserving find
Peace Region nonprofits split $44K in holiday donations

Peace Region nonprofits split $44K in holiday donations

Funding from Peace River Hydro Partners comes from site-wide recycling, from cans to construction materials
Fort St. John peer outreach to be replaced with safe injection, overdose prevention services

Fort St. John peer outreach to be replaced with safe injection, overdose prevention services

Peer outreach services in Fort St. John will be transitioning to overdose prevention services starting in the new year, including plans for a mobile safe injection van.
North Peace still feeling the impacts of summer storm

North Peace still feeling the impacts of summer storm

North Peace officials are looking for ways to help clear blown down trees and fund emergency power generators for residents still feeling the devastation of a severe storm last summer.
Charlie Lake firefighters earn Level 2 certifications

Charlie Lake firefighters earn Level 2 certifications

A pair of volunteer firefighters with the Charlie Lake Fire Department celebrated with pride last week earning their Level 2 certifications, become fully qualified members.