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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

Excitement continues to grow at silver mine property near Houston

Excitement continues to grow at silver mine property near Houston

Drilling and soil testing at Silver Queen project extends known mineralization zones
Excitement continues to grow at silver mine property near Houston

Excitement continues to grow at silver mine property near Houston

Drilling and soil testing at Silver Queen project extends known mineralization zones
It’s a girl!

It’s a girl!

First baby born in Northern Health delivered at UHNBC
Worker dies in undisclosed incident at Brucejack mine

Worker dies in undisclosed incident at Brucejack mine

Mining operations are currently shut down pending an investigations
Young athletes compete in cross country race

Young athletes compete in cross country race

Students from Houston, Telkwa and Smithers participated
Mother forced to induce labour for fear of maternity ward closure

Mother forced to induce labour for fear of maternity ward closure

Jen Mio gave birth to a healthy daughter on Sept. 15
Conservative leader visits Smithers

Conservative leader visits Smithers

Pierre Poilievre drew a big crowd during a stop on his Bring it Home rally
Shooting in Smithers leaves 44-year-old man seriously injured

Shooting in Smithers leaves 44-year-old man seriously injured

RCMP says incident was targeted, presents no threat to public
Evacuation alert issued for Witset wildfire

Evacuation alert issued for Witset wildfire

The fire, now 350 hectares in size, is classified as out of control
‘Bizarre to me that they would be saying for an ER to be calling 911’: BC Nurses Union

‘Bizarre to me that they would be saying for an ER to be calling 911’: BC Nurses Union

Bulkley Valley District Hospital outlines emergency measures to keep ER open
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