Brenna Rose is a reporter and anchor who reported across western Canada before making her way to CBC Vancouver in 2015.
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Is it time to ban the practice of declawing cats?
Animal advocates push for a ban on declawing domestic cats in British Columbia.
'I want to make the YPJ a household word,' says B.C. woman in documentary on Kurdish female militia
"I liked the ground shaking and the smell of the ammo," says Vancouverite Hanna Bohman on fighting against ISIS in Syria.
Did you peek? Optometrist sees spike in calls following solar eclipse
Some optometrists are reporting a spike in calls from people who looked at the sun during the solar eclipse.
Athletes in Lower Mainland affected by air quality advisory
Some elite level athletes are taking precautionary measures because of an air quality advisory in the Lower Mainland.
Richmond rescue shelter pleads with pet owners not to abandon animals after 2nd discovery in 2 days
Richmond rescue says the day after a dog was discovered in a locked suitcase, a cat was found in a diaper box with the lid taped shut.
Downtown Eastside charitable non-profit facing eviction
A charitable non-profit agency, supporting residents on Vancouver's Downtown Eastside for the last 16 years, is being forced to find another location to operate, after receiving an eviction notice in April.
Smuggler's Inn: The border town bed and breakfast whose visitors don't always stay the night
Guests at the border town bed and breakfast have been arrested by Mounties in Canada, according to the owner.
Safe Third Country Agreement to stay, pledges immigration minister
As the issue of asylum seekers in Canada continue to be hotly debated, Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen once again rejected calls to suspend the Safe Third Country Agreement, a pact which considers asylum-seekers safe in both Canada and the U.S.
B.C. charities turn to online fundraising to keep up with demand from asylum seekers
Some Vancouver charities are banding together and turning to crowdfunding to cover the costs of assisting the rising number of asylum seekers arriving in B.C.
Avenue 0: How U.S. asylum seekers are finding their way to British Columbia
They boarded a flight from New York to Seattle, took a taxi to Blaine, Wash., then pushed a stroller with their newborn baby inside, across 0 Avenue in Surrey into Canada.