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Zoë Ducklow

Zoë Ducklow is the Westshore Reporter. She is located in the Westshore, speaks English and is a generalist reporter. Zoë has her Masters in Journalism from UBC, and prior to joining the Capital Daily team she was working at Black Press. She is a member of the Canadian Association of Journalists, and her honours and awards include: Susan Boyce, COPA nominee, and Ma Murray. You can reach Zoë by email at zoe@thewestshore.ca or on Twitter @zoeducklow.

Latest News

Two years after Fairy Creek blockades began, old-growth battle continues

By Zoë Ducklow
Aug 10, 2022

A judge will decide whether to allow a collective lawsuit asking for charges to be dropped against blockaders next week

Latest News

Langford man raising alarm about poor heat planning in new developments

By Zoë Ducklow
Jul 29, 2022

Artificial turf, windows that don’t open, and the sea of concrete are a recipe for harm as heat waves become the new normal

Infrastructure

Can we solve the Colwood crawl once and for all?

By Zoë Ducklow
Jul 26, 2022

Four solutions have been pitched to fix the traffic crunch between the Westshore and Victoria. But how realistic are they?

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Sooke spent $200K on an Official Community Plan consultant. But what did they get?

By Zoë Ducklow
Jul 14, 2022

Final draft was “full of typos and errors,” Sooke mayor says

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Confusion in Metchosin about in-council buffer land talks

By Zoë Ducklow
Jul 6, 2022

Protected green space, land ownership, and freedom of information requests

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Five arrested, but at least four won’t see charges from Fairy Creek camp

By Zoë Ducklow
Jul 1, 2022

RCMP dismantled Sassin Camp, left one arrestee with a concussion

Latest News

Walk through the night for survivors of residential schools

By Zoë Ducklow
Jun 30, 2022

One man's quest to walk from Sooke to Victoria in honour of his mother and aunties