Lori Culbert, The Vancouver Sun

Lori Culbert

The Vancouver Sun

Vancouver, BC, Canada

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Past articles by Lori:

More than 300 paddlers take journey of healing and reconciliation

Twenty canoes carried Indigenous families, police officers, and government workers along the Sunshine Coast for an eight-day trek that explored culture, healing and reconciliation. → Read More

B.C. Liberals want to know more about a summer road trip by the speaker's chief of staff

Liberal house leader Mary Polak wants to know where Speaker Darryl Plecas's chief of staff Alan Mullen is going this summer, on the taxpayer's dime, to investigate security policies in other North American cities. → Read More

Need for seniors' care continues to grow as B.C.'s system struggle to keep pace

A year ago, The Vancouver Sun and Province wrote a comprehensive series on seniors’ care in B.C. Now we tell you which services improved, and which are worse off. → Read More

Smoky summers: Health experts extend their warnings to pregnant women

In advance of a summer that is expected to be very smoky, experts give advice on how to stay safe. → Read More

Will this be another summer of wildfire smoke and poor air quality in B.C.?

Metro Vancouver health and environment experts give advice about surviving another smoky summer. → Read More

B.C. has sold 50 schools and educational land lots in six years

Nearly one third of the 164 public land sales since 2013 belonged to the Education Ministry, Postmedia investigation has found → Read More

U.S. turns to Canada for advice on missing and murdered Indigenous women

MMIWG Chief Commissioner Marion Buller was among the speakers at a UBC conference, which heard from Indigenous advocates on both sides of the border. → Read More

MMIWG report: Relatives, friends have cautious hope for meaningful change

The national inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls releases its final report on Monday. → Read More

Stealing Texada Island, bingo-gate, money laundering: B.C.'s wacky and important inquiries

B.C.'s first public inquiry was in 1872 into $276.68 missing from a Nanaimo bank. The newest will be more complicated: How was $7.4 billion in dirty money laundered here? → Read More

Track club board resigns following report on misconduct allegations

The entire board of directors of the Ottawa Lions planning to resign following Athletics Canada report → Read More

Longtime track coaches banned from the sport amid sexual harassment allegations

Ken Porter and Andy McInnis, who have coached some of the country's top track and field athletes for decades, have now been banned from the sport by Athletics Canada. → Read More

Vancouver's Little Mountain: The money and the sad history behind a long-stalled project

Lori Culbert, Dan Fumano and Joanne Lee-Young are nominated for a National Newspaper Award in the Politics category with their in-depth look at what governments had done and were promising to do ab… → Read More

Track coach Ken Porter fired following sex abuse investigations

The Ottawa Lions Club has fired Ken Porter in the wake of investigations into sex abuse allegations frin at least nine former teen athletes, including several from B.C. → Read More

Exclusive: Police review historical sex crimes complaints against high-profile coach

Decades after seven men allege sexual abuse while teen track stars in Edmonton in the 1970s, the Edmonton police sexual assault unit is reviewing information → Read More

'My radar went up': Former colleague and friend of Ken Porter

A longtime colleague and friend of Ken Porter speaks out about the man at the centre of an Athletics Canada investigation into allegations of sex abuse → Read More

More complaints filed against Canadian track coach

As more former track stars come forward, coach denies allegations → Read More

Former youth track stars allege sexual abuse by high-profile coach

A Postmedia investigation reveals the stories of four men who all allege sexual improprieties while running for the Edmonton Olympic Club under coach Ken Porter in the 1970s. The coach denies all wrongdoing. → Read More

Top-ranked Canadian trampolinist speaks openly, hopefully about having cancer at age 22

Cancer in young adults is relatively rare, and so came as a shock to multiple-medal-winning gymnast Tamara O’Brien. → Read More

B.C.'s worst wildfire seasons were in 2017 and 2018. What will happen in 2019?

Can British Columbians expect another summer of smoke and flames? Experts tell you what to expect and how to prepare. → Read More

B.C. politicians have a long history of taking on their leaders

‘The need for loyalty to the leader … at some point has to be sacrificed for what the individual believes is morally right.’ → Read More