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Dave Flawse

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Dave tells history with a modern perspective through his Vancouver Island History Blog (located on his website). He’s a freelance writer and an editor devoted to thoughtful analysis of your work.

A firm believer in literary currency, Dave volunteers for the Comox Valley Writers Society as a beta reader coordinator and facilitates stand-in readers for writers with disabilities for monthly reading nights.

Dave is privileged and grateful to be allowed to work and study on the traditional territories of the Coast Salish, Kwakwaka’wakw, and Nuu-chah-nulth Peoples and pay respect to their rich cultural heritage and natural environment.

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Volume

29

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TUNED TO THE COMMUNITY'S FREQUENCY

Words by Dave Flawse
Photo by Jenn Dykstra
100.7 The Raven’s diverse team revitalizes a language and works to heal a nation.     A lone modular office building with blue vinyl siding...

Volume

28

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DROP INTO A DEEP READ

Words by Dave Flawse
Photo by Duncan Hague
Photographer Duncan Hague creates space to tell mountain biking’s unsung stories.     In 2015, on his way to Whistler, Duncan Hague flew over...

Volume

26

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THE FUTURE LOOKS TASTY

Words by Dave Flawse
Deep Bay’s new Centre For Seafood Innovation connects local seafood producers with greater markets.     At the end of a meandering gravel...

Volume

21

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THE ELK IN OUR BACKYARD

Words by Dave Flawse
Illustration by Christine Boyer
Cameras in hand, two determined documentarians spend a season in pursuit of the Comox Valley’s elusive Roosevelt elk.     “What was...

Volume

18

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CURRENT DEMAND

Words by Dave Flawse
Photo by Mike LeBlanc
The nutrient-rich waters of Baynes Sound provide the ideal conditions for oyster harvesting, drawing workers to the Valley’s steady industry. ...

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