Courtney Dickson

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Courtney Dickson is a radio producer and digital journalist based in Vancouver, B.C. Email her at courtney.dickson@cbc.ca with story tips.

Latest from Courtney Dickson

B.C. museum creating collection of COVID-19 pandemic artifacts for future generations to study

Exploration Place in Prince George, B.C., is putting together a collection of artifacts of the COVID-19 pandemic for future generations to learn from.

Former rodeo athlete says bodybuilding helped him recover from brain injury

Dave Potter suffered a brain injury while riding bareback. He used fitness and nutrition to recover, and has bought a gym to try to help others reach their fitness goals.

One a penny, two a penny: The great hot cross bun debate

Some people love hot cross buns, others hate them. Either way, British Columbians are passionate about their spring-time baked goods.

B.C. ski hill looking for regular funding from local government

After a season filled with unfortunate circumstances, the Mount Timothy Ski Society is looking to the Cariboo Regional District for annual funding in order to continue to operate during tough times.

Prescribed burns planned for B.C. Interior

If you see smoke in B.C.'s Interior in the coming weeks, don't panic: it may be a result of planned burns.

Storage solution for homeless people on the way in Kamloops

The City of Kamloops hopes to have upwards of 50 units of storage for the community's homeless population to access ready to go by mid-April.
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'Like sculptured artwork': B.C. man photographs frozen Lake Windermere

Larry and Karan Halverson have been skating on Lake Windermere for 45 years and say they have never seen the ice on the frozen lake quite so clear and beautiful.

Kamloops man using family minivan to transport people to homeless shelter

Glenn Hilke of Kamloops drives around each night looking for homeless people who need a ride to the shelter downtown.

Kamloops, B.C., resident raises alarm after shots fired near home

A Kamloops resident is concerned for her safety after repeated calls to a residence near her home, including a shooting on Monday.

B.C. man's vintage Japanese car collection makes TV debut

Merlin Blackwell of Clearwater, B.C. is making some extra money off his vintage Japanese cars while they appear in the Amazon series 'The Man in the High Castle.'

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