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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

College greenhouses grow connections to land, reconciliation

College greenhouses grow connections to land, reconciliation

'We want to plants seeds of hope and inspiration for all learners'
Fort St. John firefighters show their support for healthcare workers

Fort St. John firefighters show their support for healthcare workers

Fort St. John firefighters are proving that a bouquet of flowers and plenty of kind words can go a long way in boosting morale for local healthcare workers.
Memorial scholarship fund aims to continue work of late Fort St. John conservation officer

Memorial scholarship fund aims to continue work of late Fort St. John conservation officer

Tristan Montjoy was always positive and happy to help, say friends and family
City continues search for missing bear paw, plans replacement for memorial sculpture

City continues search for missing bear paw, plans replacement for memorial sculpture

The search continues for a paw that went missing from a bear sculpture recently installed at Fish Creek Community Forest, though a replacement is already being crafted by the carver. 
Ground breaks on new Fort St. John supportive housing complex

Ground breaks on new Fort St. John supportive housing complex

Survey found homelessness up 25% in Fort St. John last year
Take a walk through the urban landscapes of Paris and Berlin

Take a walk through the urban landscapes of Paris and Berlin

Peace Gallery North continues to spotlight street art this month, with its newest exhibit offering viewers a snapshot through the streets of Paris and Berlin.
Milgaard: an advocate for restorative justice

Milgaard: an advocate for restorative justice

Prisoner rights, and mental health advocate David Milgaard says restorative justice is needed for Canada's criminal justice system.
David Milgaard reflects on mental health during trip to Chetwynd

David Milgaard reflects on mental health during trip to Chetwynd

'I know how well people can do when surrounded by care and love, and we all know well they can fail without it'
Fort St. John marks first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Fort St. John marks first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Several hundred Fort St. John residents joined in Centennial Park on Thursday to mark the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation in Canada.
Peace Region abattoir plans progressing

Peace Region abattoir plans progressing

PRRD committee votes to support grant application to BC Hydro's Site C agricultural fund