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Marisca Bakker

Marisca Bakker

Marisca was born and raised in Ontario and moved to Smithers almost ten years ago on a one-year contract. She fell in love with the valley and the community and hasn't left. She attended Ryerson University for political science, has her broadcast journalism diploma from Loyalist College and a creative writing certificate from Algonquin College. Marisca has been married for six years, has two daughters and a fur baby, a five pound Havanese dog named Lacey. She enjoys shopping, travelling and the occasional glass of wine.

Phone
250.847.3266
Email
marisca.bakker@interior-news.com

Recent Work by Marisca

Logging equipment damaged in community forest

Logging equipment damaged in community forest

Wetzin’kwa Community Forest Corporation’s contractor has grader shot at
Drugs, guns and cash seized in South Hazelton

Drugs, guns and cash seized in South Hazelton

Several people were arrested and could face multiple charges including drug trafficking
Dust advisory issued for Smithers

Dust advisory issued for Smithers

Levels highest around busy roads and industry; people with underlying medical conditions cautioned
The benefits of drinking coffee

The benefits of drinking coffee

Marisca enjoys a cup of java
BV Community Foundation announces grant recipients

BV Community Foundation announces grant recipients

BVCF has announced the recipients for its 2024 community grants totalling $64,100
Telkwa ponders new firefighting tools to fight electric vehicle fires

Telkwa ponders new firefighting tools to fight electric vehicle fires

Fire Chief Wall said the iron lithium batteries can be extremely difficult to extinguish
Learning the hard way to appreciate customer service

Learning the hard way to appreciate customer service

Marisca forced to deal with a big company that doesn’t care
Council supports changes to allow for Alfred Ave supportive housing project

Council supports changes to allow for Alfred Ave supportive housing project

Adoption of the rezoning is expected in March
Golf club buys new golf simulator

Golf club buys new golf simulator

State-of-the-art equipment part of club’s initiatives to attract visitors year-round
Let’s take the opportunity to house some of our neighbours

Let’s take the opportunity to house some of our neighbours

BC Housing tries again to built supportive housing complex in Smithers
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