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Andrea Rondeau

Andrea Rondeau

I'm the proud holder of a Journalism degree from the University of King's College in Nova Scotia. My journalism journey began in 2001 at a community paper in Yarmouth. Growing up in B.C., I returned to the province and found myself at the Cowichan Valley Citizen. Over the years, I've made significant strides in my career, ultimately rising to the position of editor. This role has been a part of my life for over a decade.

Throughout this journey, I've also taken on the responsibilities of being the editor of the Lake Cowichan Gazette. These experiences have allowed me to truly immerse myself in the local news landscape and connect deeply with the communities I serve.

Phone
250-748-2666
Email
andrea.rondeau@cowichanvalleycitizen.com

Recent Work by Andrea

Laketown Shakedown thrills thousands of fans in Youbou

Laketown Shakedown thrills thousands of fans in Youbou

Event headlined by Gwen Stefani
RCMP looking for witnesses to Ladysmith crash

RCMP looking for witnesses to Ladysmith crash

Just after 3:30 p.m., Ladysmith RCMP responded to a two vehicle collision
Review: Chemainus Theatre musical '9 to 5' is a 10 out of 10

Review: Chemainus Theatre musical '9 to 5' is a 10 out of 10

By intermission the near-capacity crowd was almost already on their feet in a standing ovation
Chemainus Art Group show and sale celebrating 55 years

Chemainus Art Group show and sale celebrating 55 years

Works will include oil, acrylic, watercolour, mixed media and a large selection of art cards
Rev up your engines for Chemainus Corvette & Murals event

Rev up your engines for Chemainus Corvette & Murals event

“We are thrilled to welcome automotive enthusiasts and families to Chemainus for this exciting event”
Review: ‘Jeeves’ keeps ship right on course for comedy at Chemainus Theatre

Review: ‘Jeeves’ keeps ship right on course for comedy at Chemainus Theatre

Brett Harris as Bertie Wooster as standout
UPDATE: Missing woman last seen in Duncan found

UPDATE: Missing woman last seen in Duncan found

Rose West is a 60-year-old Indigenous woman
Rhododendron sale and garden tour coming up in Cowichan

Rhododendron sale and garden tour coming up in Cowichan

May is the peak rhododendron month
Cowichan Vocal Collective supports Providence Farm with May concerts

Cowichan Vocal Collective supports Providence Farm with May concerts

Pieces from Palestrina, Morley, Purcell, Andrew Sisters, The Beatles, Joni Mitchell, Coldplay
Judge accepts self-defence argument, acquits man in 2020 Duncan death

Judge accepts self-defence argument, acquits man in 2020 Duncan death

Andrew Steve Alphonse not guilty of manslaughter in the January 2020 death of Richard Henry
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