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Eve Edmonds

Eve Edmonds

Eve Edmonds is the editor of the Richmond News and has had that position since 2008. Prior to that, she worked as a reporter at the Richmond News, Ottawa Sun and Medicine Hat News. She has a liberal arts degree from Simon Fraser University and a Master's in Journalism from Carleton University.

Recent Work by Eve

Editor’s column: Who’s willing to enforce B.C.’s vaccine passport rules?

Editor’s column: Who’s willing to enforce B.C.’s vaccine passport rules?

While in theory B.C.'s new vaccine passport system makes sense and may prove effective, the problem is enforcement, writes Richmond News editor Eve Edmonds.
Editor's column: Making space for anti-vax views

Editor's column: Making space for anti-vax views

Richmond News editor Eve Edmonds talks about making space for respectful conversations with those who have differing views
Editor's column: EV fee debate highly charged

Editor's column: EV fee debate highly charged

Richmond News editor Eve Edmonds shares her thoughts on the EV fee debate in Richmond
Best of Richmond: Celebrating the spirit of community, resiliency, innovation (Photos)

Best of Richmond: Celebrating the spirit of community, resiliency, innovation (Photos)

Richmond News editor Eve Edmonds says this year's "Best of Richmond" shows us the resiliency of the community
Editor's column: Dog, sing-along sweeten hospital stay

Editor's column: Dog, sing-along sweeten hospital stay

Emotional support is a kind of vaccine in itself.
Editor's column: Bell, Let's Talk about cancelling local journalism

Editor's column: Bell, Let's Talk about cancelling local journalism

Healthy profits and high ratings not enough to save TSN 1040.
Editor's column: Richmond shootings proximity raises questions

Editor's column: Richmond shootings proximity raises questions

Richmond News editor Eve Edmonds has a few questions of why such incidents as last week's deadly gang violence take place
Editorial: COVID-19 pandemic killed Peru dream, awoke B.C. beauty

Editorial: COVID-19 pandemic killed Peru dream, awoke B.C. beauty

Opinion: COVID-19 outbreaks not so random

Opinion: COVID-19 outbreaks not so random

Editor's column: Dangers of deleting news

Editor's column: Dangers of deleting news

Vacations are not the time to be obsessively looking at work emails — and I wasn’t...for the most part. But in came not one, but two somewhat provocative emails.