Eva Uguen-Csenge


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

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Urban Heat

Municipal leaders want B.C. to do more to protect citizens from dangerous heat

Municipal leaders say action is needed from the province of British Columbia to ensure its citizens aren’t exposed to dangerously high temperatures in their homes.

B.C. cannabis farmers want to be included in provincial wildfire recovery program

Last week, an organization representing cannabis producers in B.C. issued a news release saying craft cannabis farmers in wildfire zones should receive the same support as wineries and other agriculture producers.

Lions Bay council divided over trailhead parking ban despite lower risk of wildfires

The council and mayor of the Village of Lions Bay are divided over whether to allow hikers and visitors to park at trailheads within the municipality due to wildfire risk.
Urban Heat Project

Landlords in B.C. warning renters against installing AC units despite rising heat

CBC has verified that notices have been issued to tenants in multiple buildings under at least two different management companies, just weeks after the province of B.C. announced a program to provide air conditioners to eligible British Columbians.

This single dad makes $75K a year. He can't find affordable housing in Vancouver for him and his son

Karl Eaton says he can’t find a two-bedroom apartment for less than half of his salary so that he can afford other expenses like groceries and paying for his son’s post-secondary education.

Volunteer program takes seniors on bike rides through North Vancouver trails

A group of volunteers in the North Shore is hoping to reduce seniors’ isolation and improve their health one trishaw ride at a time.

B.C. police forces struggle with recruitment and retention

According to the latest statistics, RCMP detachments in British Columbia are struggling to fill vacancies in 20 per cent of the force’s full-time positions.

Vancouver police arrest man operating drug dispensary in Downtown Eastside

Vancouver police officers have arrested a man a day after he began operating an illicit drug dispensary in the Downtown Eastside.

92-year-old fights to keep family home, property in Lumby, B.C., after being sued by developer

A 92-year-old woman living in B.C.'s Interior is being sued by a North Vancouver developer who says her son agreed to sell him the property that has been in their family for over 80 years.

B.C. judge rules province not liable for barring Sechelt residents from their homes over sinkhole

According to a ruling issued Thursday, the province of B.C. cannot be held liable for blocking residents from accessing their homes because "there is no suggestion that the province owned, occupied or made use of [the] land."