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Jennifer Feinberg

Jennifer Feinberg

I have been a Chilliwack Progress reporter for 20+ years, covering the arts, city hall, as well as Indigenous, and climate change stories.

With a bachelor’s in journalism from Concordia University, I moved across the country to B.C. from Quebec in the mid-90s. I wrote for the Coast Mountain Courier and freelanced for Black Press Media until joining the Progress newsroom in 2000.

I was proud to host the Dining Out for Life AIDS/HIV fundraiser at Bravo Restaurant from 2005-2012. I currently serve on the Chilliwack Museum Historical Society (2020-present) board of directors, after stints on the Ann Davis Transition Society board, and the Chilliwack Community Arts Council.

Phone
604-702-5573
Email
jennifer.feinberg@theprogress.com

Recent Work by Jennifer

Chilliwack trustee censured for a 3rd time by school board

Chilliwack trustee censured for a 3rd time by school board

Trustee Maahs barred from in-camera meetings for rest of term after ‘breach’ of confidentiality
Free legal aid a ‘game-changer’ for those fleeing family violence in B.C.

Free legal aid a ‘game-changer’ for those fleeing family violence in B.C.

‘Access to much-needed legal representation has been a significant barrier,’ says Ann Davis rep
2 B.C. firms in hydrogen fuel-cell economy announce merger plans

2 B.C. firms in hydrogen fuel-cell economy announce merger plans

Loop Energy, and H2 Portable Power Corp. to sign amalgamation agreement
$5M estimate mistake grounds Chilliwack Airport’s runway extension project

$5M estimate mistake grounds Chilliwack Airport’s runway extension project

‘Real issue was construction estimate did not include construction costs,’ Chilliwack council hears
VIDEO: Food security ramps up with fresh produce at B.C. elementary school

VIDEO: Food security ramps up with fresh produce at B.C. elementary school

The Hub offers ‘barrier-free’ food, hygiene products, support to 140 families at Central Elementary
Chilliwack couple builds bucket list after ‘surreal’ $1M lotto win

Chilliwack couple builds bucket list after ‘surreal’ $1M lotto win

The 6/49 winners are looking forward to travelling to U.S. to participate in equestrian events
VIDEO: Health accord tackles Indigenous-specific racism in Fraser Salish

VIDEO: Health accord tackles Indigenous-specific racism in Fraser Salish

‘Collaborative approach allows Indigenous voices to be part of change,’ says Grand Chief Charlie
2 months to comment on B.C. plan to give Crown land decision-making to First Nations

2 months to comment on B.C. plan to give Crown land decision-making to First Nations

Proposed Land Act amendments are ‘critical next step,’ for B.C. says First Nations Leadership Council
VIDEO: Missing man’s mom hopes someone in Chilliwack remembers something

VIDEO: Missing man’s mom hopes someone in Chilliwack remembers something

‘I’m here today because it’s been five years to the day that Kris went missing,” mom says
Sobbing driver helped from B.C. courtroom, gets 10 days for ‘risky’ fatal pass

Sobbing driver helped from B.C. courtroom, gets 10 days for ‘risky’ fatal pass

Erika Gebhardt overcome after sentencing connected to the death of Alfonso Tejero near Hope
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