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The Goldstream News Gazette office is on the move

We’re returning to our roots, just a few blocks away on Goldstream Avenue

The Goldstream News Gazette will be transitioning to its new home this week. We will still be located on Goldstream Avenue in Langford, but we’re returning to our roots and the original Goldstream office at #1-847 Goldstream Ave.

While we’re doing our best to make sure there is no disruption to the phone lines or email systems, there may be a slight delay in response between Jan. 28 and Feb. 3. If you encounter any issues, please contact our newsroom directly by calling 778-746-4010 or you can email our bureau chief Katie Engqvist at katie.e@blackpress.ca.

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