Dwayne Weidendorf has been named the new publisher of The Surrey-North Delta Leader.

New publisher appointed

The Surrey-North Delta Leader and The Cloverdale Reporter welcome Dwayne Weidendorf to the helm.

Dwayne Weidendorf has been named by Black Press as the new publisher of The Surrey-North Delta  Leader and The Cloverdale Reporter.

“Dwayne has achieved considerable success as a publisher with Black Press Group Ltd. and he will be instrumental in guiding the evolution of community news media in the Surrey market area,” said Randy Blair,  president of Black Press, B.C. Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island Divisions.

Weidendorf also serves as publisher of the Surrey Now and Peace Arch News, and will retain his responsibilities as general manager of the Vantage Way Press Centre. He also oversees publication of the Yukon News.


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