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Olivier Laurin

Olivier Laurin

I'm a bilingual multimedia journalist from Montréal, Québec.

My curiosity drives me to explore the intricate relationships between people and their communities. I'm particularly drawn to stories that expose social injustices, advocate for animal welfare, highlights captivating individuals.

Beyond journalism, I'm a passionate traveler, music aficionado, devoted movie enthusiast and an unapologetic food lover. You might spot me wandering through nearby forests, as I'm currently training for an ultramarathon that my friends convinced me to tackle.

Email
olivier.laurin@comoxvalleyrecord.com

Recent Work by Olivier

Amidst Stanley Cup playoffs, B.C. couple creates hockey-themed board game

Amidst Stanley Cup playoffs, B.C. couple creates hockey-themed board game

The new board game is now available online across Canada
Vancouver Island couple creates hockey-themed board game

Vancouver Island couple creates hockey-themed board game

The game will be available online across Canada starting May 25
Vancouver Islander raising awareness for rare autoimmune disease

Vancouver Islander raising awareness for rare autoimmune disease

June is myasthenia gravis awareness month, Linda MacMullen spreading the word
Vehicles below high-tide mark float concern for Vancouver Island beach

Vehicles below high-tide mark float concern for Vancouver Island beach

Biologist warns of potential environmental impacts on sensitive habitat near Royston
PHOTOS & VIDEO: 2024 Comox Airshow celebrates 100th anniversary of the RCAF

PHOTOS & VIDEO: 2024 Comox Airshow celebrates 100th anniversary of the RCAF

Thousands of spectators attended the admission-free event
‘Sam had just proposed to me’: Comox Valley sees 3 overdose deaths in 1 week

‘Sam had just proposed to me’: Comox Valley sees 3 overdose deaths in 1 week

Community members organized a vigil on May 15 to honour their passing
‘A blast from the past’: Lost wallet returns to B.C. man after 33 years

‘A blast from the past’: Lost wallet returns to B.C. man after 33 years

Nick Chowdhury was in his early twenties when he lost his wallet while fishing in 1991
VIDEO: B.C. Search & Rescue unit involved in saving man from 200-foot fall

VIDEO: B.C. Search & Rescue unit involved in saving man from 200-foot fall

The team was deployed twice in the same day
Yes B.C., there is indeed such a thing as a free lunch

Yes B.C., there is indeed such a thing as a free lunch

Vancouver Island restaurant owner starts pay-it-forward promotion to help feed those in need
‘My muscles forget’: B.C. people talk about the impact of Parkinson’s

‘My muscles forget’: B.C. people talk about the impact of Parkinson’s

April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month in Canada, disease affects 17,500 people in B.C.
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