Aaron Guillen

Aaron is a journalist who focuses on Victoria’s West Shore for Capital Daily. With his knack for storytelling, he has worked for CBC News Vancouver, CTV Morning Live, CHEK News, and Black Press Media. In his spare time, you can find Aaron hiking around Vancouver Island, producing his own podcast, and busting out to all his favourite tunes in karaoke. &


‘Should not have happened’: new documents outline potentially catastrophic failures in Danbrook One design

by Aaron Guillen
Jul 22, 2021

What went wrong with Langford’s tallest high-rise, and how tenants were allowed to move into an unsafe building

Know Your Neighbour

Lexi’s legacy: Why a Greater Victoria family hasn’t given up hope to cure a rare disease

by Aaron Guillen
Jun 29, 2021

Colwood girl lived with Blau syndrome, a disease with only 200 known cases


How a Sooke family fell through the cracks and into hidden homelessness

by Aaron Guillen
Jun 15, 2021

Non-profit says the current system is broken, doesn’t benefit low-income households


‘It’s really elitist’: Trail use fees coming for Bear Mountain

by Aaron Guillen
Jun 8, 2021

Network of trails will no longer have free public access


‘A battle for resources’: Three Metchosin volunteer-led groups victim to bottle thefts

by Aaron Guillen
May 27, 2021

How the recyclables fund initiatives—and what happens when they’re stolen

Know Your Neighbour

Andy Charles, the Scia’new First Nation man with nine lives

by Aaron Guillen
May 18, 2021

60-year-old shares how he’s found a new life after traumatic brain injury


Metchosin’s fire department doesn’t hear about all emergency calls within their area anymore. Here’s why

by Aaron Guillen
Apr 27, 2021

Residents and fire chief urging the Ministry of Health and BCEHS to reconsider the current dispatching system