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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 implements mandatory testing for fatal wildlife disease

Province implements mandatory testing for fatal wildlife disease

Mandatory testing area includes areas south of Cranbrook, west of the Elk Valley.
First cases of fatal wildlife disease detected in B.C.

First cases of fatal wildlife disease detected in B.C.

Two samples from deer near Cranbrook test positive for Chronic Wasting Disease
Snowfall warning issued for the Kootenays

Snowfall warning issued for the Kootenays

Elk Valley under a winter storm warning as significant snowfall expected to start Tuesday night
Kootenay-Columbia MP Morrison reflects on the past year

Kootenay-Columbia MP Morrison reflects on the past year

Rob Morrison tackles carbon tax, Teck Coal sale to Glencore in year-end interview
Air Canada adds second daily flight from Vancouver to Cranbrook

Air Canada adds second daily flight from Vancouver to Cranbrook

Cranbrook classic rock festival lineup unveiled

Cranbrook classic rock festival lineup unveiled

Chilliwack, Nazareth, Trooper, Big Wreck and more are set to hit the stage in Cranbrook next summer
Yaqan nuʔkiy, Nelson Museum sign memorandum of understanding

Yaqan nuʔkiy, Nelson Museum sign memorandum of understanding

Agreement acknowledges the museum’s commitment to working more closely with Ktunaxa
Interior Health signs new agreement with regional hospital districts

Interior Health signs new agreement with regional hospital districts

The memorandum of understanding strengthens transparency, communication
Wildsight raises concern over Glencore purchase of Elk Valley coal mines

Wildsight raises concern over Glencore purchase of Elk Valley coal mines

U.S. Senator wants to forge ahead with a unilateral investigation of Kootenay watershed pollution issues
‘Not our first rodeo’: Commitments key as B.C. reacts to $9B Teck coal sale

‘Not our first rodeo’: Commitments key as B.C. reacts to $9B Teck coal sale

4 coal mines central to the purchase serve as the bedrock of the East Kootenay economy
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