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John Arendt

John Arendt

John Arendt has worked as a journalist for more than 30 years. He has a Bachelor of Applied Arts in Journalism degree from Ryerson Polytechnical Institute (now Ryerson University) in Toronto and a Bachelor of Arts in English and History from the University of Winnipeg. He has been at the Summerland Review since 1994. In his spare time, he writes creatively and has had some of his short fiction published in British Columbia and internationally.

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1-250-494-5406
Email
news@summerlandreview.com

Recent Work by John

Limits placed on freedom of information requests for Summerland man

Limits placed on freedom of information requests for Summerland man

Adjudicator makes ruling following multilple large-scale information requests from one individual
COLUMN: Kardashian is wrong about the current workforce

COLUMN: Kardashian is wrong about the current workforce

“It seems like nobody wants to work these days,” she said in an interview
Kitchen bins distributed as Summerland food scraps collection begins

Kitchen bins distributed as Summerland food scraps collection begins

Food wastes will be collected separately from other garbage beginning April 2
QUIZ: An ongoing quest to end discrimination

QUIZ: An ongoing quest to end discrimination

March 1 is Zero Discrimination Day, an effort to help end all forms of discrimination
Help extended to those affected by Okanagan Skaha School District cyberattack

Help extended to those affected by Okanagan Skaha School District cyberattack

Investigation continues in aftermath of February incident
Variances approved for proposed 5-storey development in Summerland

Variances approved for proposed 5-storey development in Summerland

Plans call for 60-unit building on Henry Avenue
Summerland arts council asks for festive season banner designs

Summerland arts council asks for festive season banner designs

10 designs from local artists to be displayed around community
Summerland council approves affordable housing project

Summerland council approves affordable housing project

5-storey, 60-unit building to be constructed in downtown area
Affordable housing development proposed for Summerland

Affordable housing development proposed for Summerland

Chamber raises concerns about effects of 60-unit complex in downtown
Summerland to hold open houses about garbage collection changes

Summerland to hold open houses about garbage collection changes

Municipality to change collection system beginning on April 2
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