Bal Brach

@BalBrach

Bal Brach is an award-winning reporter at CBC News Vancouver. She has worked in television, radio and online news across Canada for more than 15 years. Bal's storytelling skills have earned her two Jack Webster Awards. She is also the recipient of regional and national Radio Television Digital News Association awards. Bal can be reached at Bal.Brach@cbc.ca or on social media @BalBrach

Latest from Bal Brach

'Thank God we are here, we are safe': Syrian refugee family become Canadian citizens

A Syrian refugee family that arrived in Canada in 2015 has now become Canadian after taking the oath of citizenship on December 12, 2019.

Street festivals in Vancouver face uncertain future as operating costs rise

Street festivals in Vancouver, like Italian Day and Car Free Day, face an uncertain future as operating costs rise.

Race and real estate: Chinese Canadians sound off about stereotypes and prejudice

Chinese Canadians say they feel unfairly blamed for the housing affordability problem in Metro Vancouver.

種族與房地產: 華裔加拿大人發言回應模式化觀念和偏見

華裔加拿大人表示,他們感到被人不公平地指責為導致大溫哥華都會區房價負擔不起的原因。

Concerns grow over aircraft noise increase in Delta, B.C.

Delta residents are voicing their concerns over projected increases in noise pollution as the Vancouver Airport Authority gets closer to its 2037 expansion plans.

Concerns grow over aircraft noise increase in Delta

Delta residents are voicing their concerns over projected increases in noise pollution as the Vancouver Airport Authority gets closer to its 2037 expansion plans.

Vancouver musician shares personal story of domestic violence in music video

A local Vancouver musician is sharing his personal story of domestic violence in the hope it will help others and end the stigma around the issue.

Skier flies through B.C. town, soaring off rooftops in film tribute

A video filmed in Nelson, B.C. as a tribute to the late JP Auclair, an extreme skier, is racking up hundreds of thousands of views online.

Family remembers 'very loving and sweet girl' who died after falling from Burnaby highrise

A grieving family remembers the eight-year-old girl who died on Saturday after falling from one of the top floors of a Burnaby highrise.

Snow geese wreak havoc on Metro Vancouver farms

The annual snow geese migration is causing thousands of dollars worth of losses for local Metro Vancouver farmers.

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