Benjamin Yong is the new reporter at the Sooke News Mirror.

New reporter at Sooke News Mirror

Benjamin Yong takes over sports beat

  • Jun. 29, 2011 11:00 a.m.

Benjamin Yong joins the Sooke News Mirror as a reporter, and is a recent graduate of the Langara College journalism program in Vancouver, B.C.

Born and raised in Victoria, he enjoys writing about community news, arts and culture and the automotive industry.

Yong also holds a BA from the University of Victoria, and dabbles in photography in his spare time.

He will be taking over as the sports/general reporter and you can send your story ideas and game results to: news@sookenewsmirror.com.

Call 250-642-5752 and ask for Benjamin if you  have a story to tell or a photo opportunity.

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