The Chemainus Valley Courier office is no longer open, but the paper will continue to come out every Thursday. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Courier continues through home work

Willow Street office in Chemainus no longer being utilized

Working from home has become the new normal amid the COVID-19 pandemic and that’s the case for the Chemainus Valley Courier staff.

The Courier office at 9847 Willow St. in Chemainus has closed, but the paper will continue to be published once a week and distributed on Thursdays.

Editor Don Bodger is working remotely.

The contacts for the Courier remain the same. Emails can be sent to don.bodger@chemainusvalleycourier.ca for all news tips and inquiries or call 250-246-1448 during regular business hours Monday through Friday and leave a message.

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