Public feedback is an essential part of journalism. Reporters may not answer the majority of unsolicited commentary they receive from readers and viewers, but they definitely take notice of it. The immediacy that social media offers has also turbo-charged haters and trolls. We asked five Vancouver reporters about their experiences with the general audience.
A news conference organized by Alliance Against Displacement devolved into a shouting match and physical altercation between a cyclist and an opponent to the eviction of a homeless camp in the Downtown Eastside on Friday.
Engineering students from the University of British Columbia came together Nov. 29 to hold a vigil and commemorate the 14 female engineering students slain by a gunman at the École Polytechnique de Montréal on Dec. 6, 1989.
Tensions ran high as city staff tried to inform residents on the proposed project
Conference at UBC highlights the benefits of mind-altering plants and drugs