Support Fact-Based, Local Journalism in the Tri-Cities

Local journalism is at risk across B.C. As more outlets bring in paywalls, access to high-quality news may be determined by wealth.

Our team at the Dispatch is committed to producing high-quality, accessible journalism without paywalls. But to do that, we need readers like you to contribute. Join us today by becoming a member and support local journalism.

"Too often local journalism focuses on short-term stories without looking at the long-term issues. 

Our journalism goes deeper, telling stories you won't otherwise hear from people not normally given a voice. Please consider supporting our nonprofit community journalism today."

Sincerely, 

Jeremy Shepherd, 

Managing Editor of the Dispatch

Because we're a nonprofit, all your contributions fund community journalism

Member

Starting at $6 a month

Free access to future online and in-person events

Members-only behind the scenes newsletter 

Quarterly members-only meetings with our managing editor

Keep our investigative journalism free for everyone to access

All contributions fund our local nonprofit journalism, not corporate profits

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Contribute whatever you can afford

Pay whatever you can afford, we appreciate any level of support.

One-time donations are not eligble for any membership benefits.

Not ready to become a member? You can make a one-time donation, though you won't get any of the membership perks listed above.

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What Your Membership Funds

Our Daily Newsletter

That daily newsletter you read? It wouldn't be possible without readers like you. Your contributions ensures our team has the time and resources to produce our daily newsletter.

Conduct Freedom of Information Requests

Freedom of Information requests allow us to dig deep. Your membership pays those fees and other costs of long-term investigative journalism

Fund Local, Long-Form Journalism

Members create a stable source of funding, allowing our journalist team to  focus more on writing stories, calling sources and exploring issues, not on finances. 

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