Eva Uguen-Csenge


Eva Uguen-Csenge is a multimedia reporter for CBC News in Vancouver. Get in touch with her at eva.uguen-csenge@cbc.ca or on Twitter @evacsenge for story tips.

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UBC accounting class told to redo midterm exam after students accused of cheating online

Over 600 students in a second-year accounting class at UBC’s Sauder School of Business have been told they will have to retake a midterm exam after some students were caught cheating online.

Here are the B.C. seniors' residences hardest hit by COVID-19 outbreaks

There are 21 seniors’ residences in B.C. where more than 40 per cent of residents were infected with COVID-19, including four homes where more than a third of residents have died.

Coquitlam resident calls for stronger measures against cougars after several attacks on dogs

Since last Tuesday, three dogs have been approached or taken by cougars in the Coquitlam region and two schools have suspended outdoor recess.

B.C. Housing to reopen Victoria arena as emergency homeless shelter, but not until March

The province of B.C. has signed a lease for the Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre arena in Victoria to be used as temporary housing for the city’s homeless population, but the shelter won’t be open until the worst of winter weather has ended in March.

Surrey woman pleads for return of baby's ashes from stolen truck

A Surrey woman is appealing to anyone who has information about a truck stolen on Jan. 12, which contained the ashes of her deceased son and her father.

Here's what we know about outdoor transmission of COVID-19 during winter

A year into the COVID-19 pandemic, our understanding of how and why the coronavirus spreads continues to change, especially as new variants emerge around the world. But what do we know about the spread of COVID-19, specifically in winter conditions?

B.C. labs fast-tracking tests to detect new, more infectious COVID-19 mutations

B.C. laboratories are working on fast-tracking how they test for new, more infectious COVID-19 mutations, so that the province's recent success in flattening its pandemic curve is not quickly undone.

B.C. care aides left out of single-site staffing order and vaccine rollout, prompting concern for seniors

Home care aides are still being allowed to work at several different locations, and people in the industry fear that's putting vulnerable seniors at risk of contracting COVID-19 — particularly when aides in the private sector have no idea when they'll receive a vaccine.

Seniors advocate to investigate what went wrong in B.C.'s deadliest care-home outbreaks

At Little Mountain Place in Vancouver, 41 residents have died from COVID-19, while 71 staff have been infected.

Seniors suffering from total isolation in B.C. care homes with months-long COVID-19 outbreaks, families say

Leila Emery says her 76-year-old mother has been locked in her room 24 hours a day since an outbreak was declared at Menno Home in Abbotsford, B.C., on Nov. 18 after a resident was exposed in acute care.