Lori Culbert, The Vancouver Sun

Lori Culbert

The Vancouver Sun

Vancouver, BC, Canada

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  • The Vancouver Sun
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  • The Province
  • TheStarPhoenix.com
  • National Post
  • SudburyStar
  • The Windsor Star
  • Edmonton Journal
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Recent articles by Lori:

COVID-19: Clinics aim to help long-COVID patients get through their day

With no cure in sight, patients need help managing exhaustion, breathlessness and brain fog. → Read More

B.C. Floods: Family's struggle to heal a year after being hit by atmospheric river mudslide

Floods and mudslides hit their van. They were rescued by strangers but had serious injuries. A year later they are still healing → Read More

After 2021's trial by flood, Hope's hospital prepares for the next disaster

The hospital in Hope was overwhelmed during the 2021 floods. Changes made in the past year will help rural communities handle future disasters. → Read More

ALS claims B.C. trailblazer, but his crusade for a cure lives on

"It's just a diabolical disease. He would often say the devil has taken over my body." But Greg Gowe spent his final days pushing for a cure → Read More

Coquitlam parents hope the overdose death of their 16-year-old daughter can save the lives of others

Sufia Abdollahi was one of 192 British Columbians who died from toxic drugs in July. → Read More

Coquitlam parents hope the overdose death of their 16-year-old daughter can save the lives of others

Sufia Abdollahi was one of 192 British Columbians who died from toxic drugs in July. So, too, was her 16-year-old friend, who is believed to have taken the same drugs on July 23 and was later found unresponsive in her Coquitlam home. → Read More

Vancouver mayor-elect Ken Sim talks racism, heavy metal music, and losing friends to drugs

Q-and-A: Sim on dodging gangs in school, failing Grade 11 French, tracking his sleep, and how they'll all shape his new job as Vancouver's mayor → Read More

Municipal election analysis: As Vancouver swings right, some suburbs sway left

Metro Vancouver's changing demographics upending political norms. More young people live in the suburbs, with older homeowners in the city. → Read More

Domestic violence causes concussions: New research finds brain injuries a common result of intimate partner violence

New research finds brain injuries are a common result of intimate partner violence. Now a UBC expert is working with nurses and advocates to research brain trauma and find better medical responses. → Read More

Municipal Election 2022: What candidates say they'll do about the housing crisis

Metro Vancouver cities need more than 250,000 new home over the next decade. We look at the housing promises made by mayoralty candidates. → Read More

B.C.'s university, college students scrounging to pay for it all

Rent and tuition were already high, now inflation has driven up food and gas prices. More students rely on food banks → Read More

True Crime Byline: Tragic tales, but hope for future at inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women

This story, about the federal inquiry for missing and murdered Indigenous women, was published Dec. 5, 2018. → Read More

Project helps low-income B.C. seniors, a growing population with health, housing woes

New pilot project brings activities and support to isolated low-income seniors, to keep them home longer and out of care homes and hospitals → Read More

B.C.’s ‘godmother of forensic nursing’ helped thousands of sex assault victims

Surrey nurse Sheila Early brought forensic nursing to B.C. 30 years ago, providing compassion to victims and crucial evidence to courts. → Read More

True Crime Byline: Police still on hunt for Robert Pickton-linked Jane Doe's real name

The podcast True Crime Byline looks back at The Vancouver Sun investigation into Vancouver's missing women, a case that eventually led to the arrest and… → Read More

True Crime Byline: A sister still lost; Dianne Rock was one of 20 women Robert Pickton stands accused of killing

This story, about the 20 other women Robert Pickton was accused of killing whose charges were stayed after he was convicted of six murders, was published March 8, 2008. → Read More

Random stranger attacks in Vancouver: the fear, the reality, the solutions

The apparent increase in stranger attacks can't be fixed, experts say, without more funding for treatment, counselling and safe supply. → Read More

True Crime Byline: Surprise verdict in Robert Pickton trial upset family, supporters

These stories, about the Robert Pickton verdict and how the families reacted, were published Dec. 10, 2007. → Read More

Paramedics see jump in "serious" calls, putting more strain on ailing health care system

Code purple and red, used for life-threatening calls, are on the rise in B.C. That's more work for understaffed ambulances and hospitals. → Read More

Paramedics see jump in "serious" calls, putting more strain on ailing health care system

Code purple and red, used for life-threatening calls, are on the rise in B.C. That's more work for understaffed ambulances and hospitals. → Read More