Rent in Vancouver averages $2,000 for a one-bedroom and buying real estate is nearly impossible, which leaves young journalists with few options
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.
Hundreds of protesters gathered in Downtown Vancouver for Prime Minister’s visit
University says signs will serve as visual reminders of area’s history
Studies show controlled drug use can reduce consumption of street drugs
Public Health Agency sees a 45 per cent jump in overdose deaths over 2016
Coquitlam man charged with two counts of assault, but more will be recommended
Today the corner of Commercial Drive and East 10th Avenue is much calmer than it was last night, March 15, when a man doused himself with gasoline at a McDonald’s restaurant and lit himself on fire.
Almost 75 per cent of comments collected at info sessions against projects
At Vancouver press conference, would-be assassin says he wants to move on with his life outside of media spotlight