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Patrick Davies

Patrick Davies

Originally from Georgetown, PEI, I have spent the bulk of my life in Edmonton, Alta.

A 2018 graduate of the Southern Albertan Institute of Technology's Journalism program, I cut my teeth as an intern at the Spruce Grove Examiner before jumping at the opportunity to work for the Williams Lake Tribune.

In 2020 I moved to 100 Mile House to work for the Free Press. An avid lover of theatre, media, and the arts in all its forms, I've enjoyed building my professional reputation in 100 Mile House.

Phone
778-482-8007
Email
patrick.davies@100milefreepress.net

Recent Work by Patrick

Carter’s Law aims to reduce health risks of B.C. wildfire smoke

Carter’s Law aims to reduce health risks of B.C. wildfire smoke

New law in memory of B.C. Carter Vigh introduced to protect seniors, those with respiratory issues
B.C. First Nation takes over historic Gold-Rush era site, plans to Indigenize

B.C. First Nation takes over historic Gold-Rush era site, plans to Indigenize

Future plans include a new rodeo ground and even a firehall to help protect the site
B.C. Mom’s mission: Son’s death prompts call for national air quality awareness

B.C. Mom’s mission: Son’s death prompts call for national air quality awareness

Carter’s Project hosting a town hall on May 14 at 100 Mile Community Hall
Interior Health concerned by rate of youth vaping

Interior Health concerned by rate of youth vaping

Cigarette use has declined among youth while vaping use has risen
Anti-SOGI 123 group’s Cariboo book ban call fails to gain traction

Anti-SOGI 123 group’s Cariboo book ban call fails to gain traction

A list of 68 books was provided to the District of 100 Mile House council earlier this month
B.C. trapper raising alarm about bears being burned in logging slash piles

B.C. trapper raising alarm about bears being burned in logging slash piles

Greeny Lake trapper Paul Blackwell warns bears and other animals use the piles as dens
Boy’s asthma death amid B.C. wildfire smoke inspires The Carter Project

Boy’s asthma death amid B.C. wildfire smoke inspires The Carter Project

100 Mile House’s Carter Vigh ‘moving mountains’ in push for reliable rural air quality monitor devices
Rider roams from Argentina to the Arctic, via B.C.’s Cariboo

Rider roams from Argentina to the Arctic, via B.C.’s Cariboo

Motorcycle odyssey brings South Cariboo visitor a new world view
Historic gold rush-era store in B.C. Cariboo to be moved, opened for public

Historic gold rush-era store in B.C. Cariboo to be moved, opened for public

Rancher Roger Patenaude had been trying to gift the store to Williams Lake in recent years
One dead, another in hospital following Highway 5 collision

One dead, another in hospital following Highway 5 collision

Crash occurred around noon between Clough Road and Agate Bay Road, south of Barriere
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