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Tereza Verenca

Tereza Verenca

A graduate of Carleton University's journalism program, Tereza Verenca's work has appeared on the airwaves and in print over the last decade. She's covered everything from municipal politics and the Kinder Morgan pipeline to streamkeepers and seniors. When she's not on social media looking for story ideas, this Kamloopsian enjoys watching the latest episode of The Young and the Restless, going for a hike or FaceTiming with friends. At present, she's the Audience Engagement Editor for Glacier Media.
Find her on Twitter @tverenca.

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Recent Work by Tereza

B.C. wildfire evacuees eligible for up to $2,000 per household

B.C. wildfire evacuees eligible for up to $2,000 per household

The province and the Canadian Red Cross have teamed up to provide financial relief to Lytton wildfire evacuees and other British Columbians forced to evacuate for 10 days or more.
B.C. restaurants can now send cocktails-to-go with takeout, delivery orders

B.C. restaurants can now send cocktails-to-go with takeout, delivery orders

British Columbia joins Alberta and Ontario in allowing pre-mixed drinks.
More than $25K in campfire ban tickets issued over long weekend

More than $25K in campfire ban tickets issued over long weekend

Patrols will continue throughout the summer, says COS.
Sudden deaths during B.C. heat wave climb to 719

Sudden deaths during B.C. heat wave climb to 719

BC Coroners Service seeing downward trend in reported deaths.
What to do if you're under an evacuation order or alert

What to do if you're under an evacuation order or alert

It's important to stay calm and listen to local public officials: B.C. government
What you need to know about wildfire insurance

What you need to know about wildfire insurance

Never be afraid to ask questions, national industry association says.
'Too hot': British Columbians flock to hotels for air conditioning

'Too hot': British Columbians flock to hotels for air conditioning

BC Hotel Association says occupancy in some parts of the province is 100 per cent.
#TheMoment: When did you realize COVID-19 had changed everything?

#TheMoment: When did you realize COVID-19 had changed everything?

#TheMoment is different for everyone, from watching children become online learners to not being able to say goodbye to loved ones.
B.C. boy breaks Guinness world record for towering Jenga stack

B.C. boy breaks Guinness world record for towering Jenga stack

B.C. park will lose more than $250K in revenue with cancellation of in-person 'Wildlights'

B.C. park will lose more than $250K in revenue with cancellation of in-person 'Wildlights'