Philip McLachlan, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter

Philip McLachlan is a queer settler of Scottish and English ancestry, born and raised on the unceded territory of the W̱SÁNEĆ and Quw’utsun Nations. His background includes working in small communities as a journalist for traditional media and freelancing for international wire agencies as a photojournalist. He is passionate about telling authentic stories in a way that honours Indigenous community members on their homelands.

Philip McLachlan,'s Latest Articles

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‘Disturbing on a couple of levels’; B.C. ministry withholds funding from family caring for Indigenous granddaughter

Following a report issued by the BC Ombudsperson which unveiled a misappropriation of funds by the Ministry of Children and Family Services, the ministry has agreed to pay over $7,000 in previously withheld funds to a family caring for their Indigenous granddaughter. IndigiNews file photo

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