Tiffany Crawford, The Vancouver Sun

Tiffany Crawford

The Vancouver Sun

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Recent:
  • The Vancouver Sun
  • The Province
Past:
  • National Post
  • Edmonton Journal
  • SudburyStar
  • Ottawa Citizen
  • 24 hours Vancouver
  • The Montreal Gazette
  • Calgary Herald

Recent articles by Tiffany:

Metro Vancouver ends poor air quality alert caused by U.S. wildfires

After 11 smoky days in Metro Vancouver the region finally lifted the poor air quality advisory on Saturday. → Read More

Former prime minister and UBC sports hall of famer John Turner dies: report

The CBC reports Turner died at age 91. → Read More

Vancouver Weather: Soggy and smoky

The showers are expected to ease up late morning to a mix of sun and cloud. However, an alert for poor air quality because of the wildfire smoke from the U.S.… → Read More

COVID-19: Health officials warn of possible exposure at a Kitsilano pub

Anyone who visited the King's Head Pub on Yew Street from Sept. 4 to Sept. 7 may have been exposed to the virus. → Read More

COVID-19: B.C. teachers file application for help dealing with unsafe working conditions

The BCTF is seeking the assistance of the board in addressing "the serious and growing concerns that teachers have about the working and learning conditions"… → Read More

Vancouver again tops list Friday morning for worst air quality in the world

Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley have been under a poor air quality alert since Sept. 8, but some reprieve may be on the way this weekend depending on the… → Read More

COVID-19 update for Sept. 18: Here's the latest on coronavirus in B.C.

Here's your daily update with everything you need to know on the novel coronavirus situation in B.C. for Sept. 18, 2020. → Read More

Vancouver Weather: Chance of showers, widespread smoke

Some wet weather is on the way for Metro Vancouver this weekend, as an alert for poor air quality from the smoke from the U.S. wildfires remains in effect.… → Read More

Train traffic resumes after derailment of a CP train near Hope

The 60 railcars carrying potash that derailed off of a rail bridge are still being removed from the site. → Read More

Crime significantly up in several Vancouver neighbourhoods: VPD

During the first six months of this year, the number of break-ins to businesses and commercial properties was up 47.9 per cent compared with the same period… → Read More

Crime significantly up in several Vancouver neighbourhoods: VPD

During the first six months of this year, the number of break-ins to businesses and commercial properties was up 47.9 per cent compared with the same period… → Read More

Elementary school in Victoria under lockdown

Victoria police say there is an unconfirmed report of a man with a firearm. → Read More

More than 200 B.C. firefighters headed to U.S. to help with wildfires

The firefighters are being deployed to Redmond, Ore., and will be working in their own "bubbles" because of the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

COVID-19 update for Sept. 17: Here's the latest on coronavirus in B.C.

Here's your daily update with everything you need to know on the novel coronavirus situation in B.C. for Sept. 17, 2020. → Read More

One person dead after possible shooting in Vancouver

Vancouver police have confirmed they are investigating a homicide. → Read More

Vancouver Weather: Overcast with smoke, and muggy

An alert for poor air quality caused by wildfire smoke from the U.S. remains in effect Thursday. → Read More

Pemberton residents Fritz and Heide Kym win 2020 PNE prize home

The Kyms are huge supporters of the PNE and have attended almost every summer for the past 45 years. → Read More

Murray Rankin seeks B.C. NDP nomination

Rankin is a lawyer who specialized in environmental and aboriginal rights law before becoming an MP. → Read More

B.C. government announces new senior care home in Surrey

The new care home, designed to meet the social, cultural, language, and dietary needs of Surrey's South Asian community, is expected to be open in 2024. → Read More

COVID-19: Bike paramedics reinstated in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside

The team started riding again on Sept. 4 and in 10 days they answered 63 calls. → Read More