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Past articles by Sarah:

Jury shown conversations between Jake Virtanen and accuser as sex assault trial continues

The complainant was back on the stand for a second day Tuesday after testifying on Monday that Virtanen had non-consensual sex with her in September 2017. → Read More

Concern grows as anti-maskers target B.C. workers enforcing COVID-19 rules

On Monday, a customer at a Canadian Tire in Burnaby allegedly became belligerent after being asked to wear a mask. → Read More

‘I have nothing’: Victim of latest Strathcona Park attack details violent assault

A resident of the tent encampment in Strathcona Park in Vancouver who was attacked while he was sleeping is now speaking out. Adam Blackburn said he was asleep in his tent earlier this month when he woke up to people attacking him. Strathcona tent city assault victim tells his story “I was just inside my tent and I think it was about four people, if memory serves, and it was dark so I couldn’t… → Read More

B.C. woman finds photos, videos of herself for sale online. And it’s legal

Videos and photos of other women captured covertly across the Lower Mainland can also be purchased. → Read More

Surrey company creates hat-mounted face shield to protect workers

The Cap Shield is a wearable barrier that can be attached to hats or visors via custom-made clips. → Read More

The fight to save patients from the coronavirus at Surrey Memorial Hospital

"So, being young, and getting sick with this, is not a guarantee of doing well. It’s going to be a year-long journey for our young patients, and we have a substantial number of them." → Read More

‘Dumbbells are now the new toilet paper’: COVID-19 leads to demand for fitness equipment

As many industries struggle to weather the economic impact of COVID-19, the business of home fitness is booming. → Read More

‘This is about our dignity’: Green MLA, MP meet with Indigenous pipeline opponents in northern B.C.

BC Greens Interim Leader Adam Olsen and Nanaimo-Ladysmith MP Paul Manly were invited by the Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs to hear their concerns. → Read More

TV review: Grace And Frankie season 6 rushes through life changes

Netflix dramedy starring Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin is best when it balances levity with solemnity → Read More

B.C. Indigenous pipeline opponents stage rallies as clock ticks on injunction order

"Hereditary leaders have never approved this project. They never have, they never will." → Read More

Felled trees, flammable material at B.C. pipeline blockade prompts RCMP investigation

It's the latest development in the standoff between First Nations opponents of the Coastal GasLink pipeline, the company, and police. → Read More

The 10 best albums of 2019

All 10 of our critics’ picks this year came from solo artists. From experimental R&B to heartbreaking indie rock, all were singular visions and complete statements. → Read More

‘This is our home’: Coquitlam mobile home residents say landowner trying to push them out

"There's a lot of people here on fixed incomes that can not afford to sell ... it's not fair." → Read More

Review: Angel Olsen offers a whole new version of herself on All Mirrors

On her exquisitely cinematic fourth album, the singer/songwriter embraces real change in both her lyrics and her sound → Read More

Review: Sleater-Kinney's The Center Won't Hold is full of emotional depth

Despite the bogus breakup narrative around it, the band are fully formed on the album: vulnerable, yearning and furious → Read More

Vanishing in Vancouver: Where have all the garbage cans gone?

If walk though some of the busiest parts of Vancouver, you may have noticed the absence of a dependable sidewalk staple: conventional garbage cans. → Read More

Speed, not alcohol a factor in serious single-vehicle crash: Surrey RCMP

Investigators say they're in the early stages of their investigation, so it's too early to say if the driver will be charged. → Read More

Berry bitter battle: Richmond farmer spars with city in signage dispute

"I put the first sign on that site in 1978," said Bill Zylmans. "This year they decided, that’s it." → Read More

Interview: Stella Donnelly on the radical power of honesty

Australian singer/songwriter Stella Donnelly says the more women there are singing their unvarnished truths, the safer it is for her to be herself. → Read More

Couple needs backcountry rescue after being refused ride on Sea to Sky Gondola

“We were in no shape to continue hiking. I was in tears. The conditions were horrible.” → Read More