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Brandon Tucker

Brandon Tucker

I have been a journalist since 2013, with much of my career spent covering sports and entertainment stories in Alberta. I moved to Maple Ridge in 2019 and got the opportunity to work close to home when I joined the Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows News in 2022. I enjoy shining a light on interesting people who are doing interesting things, and diving head-first into stories that have largely gone untold.

Email
brandon.tucker@mapleridgenews.com

Recent Work by Brandon

Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows sports groups outgrow local arenas

Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows sports groups outgrow local arenas

Minor hockey and lacrosse associations forced to go to other cities for space
Maple Ridge hockey player only B.C. woman to make rookie of the year watch list

Maple Ridge hockey player only B.C. woman to make rookie of the year watch list

Maddie Leaney is 1 of 26 players on the Hockey Commissioners Association list
Langley environmental group receives grant to help local salmon population

Langley environmental group receives grant to help local salmon population

Yorkson Watershed Enhancement Society was given $2,500 for restoration efforts
Maple Ridge shooting victim dies from injuries, prompting IHIT investigation

Maple Ridge shooting victim dies from injuries, prompting IHIT investigation

The incident occurred on Jan. 20 at 123rd Avenue and 222nd Street
Government watchdog holding in-person complaint sessions in Lower Mainland

Government watchdog holding in-person complaint sessions in Lower Mainland

Ombudsperson staff will be at Maple Ridge, Mission, Richmond, and Coquitlam
Maple Ridge businesses targeted in 48 hours in string of burglaries

Maple Ridge businesses targeted in 48 hours in string of burglaries

A total of three downtown businesses were vandalized on Jan. 7 and 8
High-speed collision kills 1 person in Maple Ridge

High-speed collision kills 1 person in Maple Ridge

The crash occurred on the Haney Bypass on Friday night
Shooting in east Maple Ridge shuts down major road

Shooting in east Maple Ridge shuts down major road

Access to Dewdney Trunk Road is closed between 248th and 252nd Streets
B.C. food manufacturers receive $2 million from province

B.C. food manufacturers receive $2 million from province

The money is expected to create 125 new jobs
Recycle BC shares tips with Langley residents on how to reduce holiday waste

Recycle BC shares tips with Langley residents on how to reduce holiday waste

Here are a few tips on how to have a more eco-friendly holiday season
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