Maggie MacPherson is a photojournalist based in Vancouver, B.C.
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Snow day play: Kids and parents make the best of the winter storm
A snowstorm closes schools in Vancouver leaving kids and their parents with free time and lots of snow to play in.
Former Oppenheimer Park resident gets housing — and goes back to pay tribute
Stephen James Robinson, a.k.a. “Red” Robinson, thanks his lucky stars to have received housing after living in a homeless camp in Vancouver's Oppenheimer Park for several months.
'I can't stop smiling': Families and friends reunite at Vancouver International Airport
More than 85,000 travellers pass through the airport each day over the holidays
Highlights from CBC Vancouver's Open House and Food Bank Day
CBC Vancouver's Open House and Food Bank Day is a day of behind-the-scenes tours and live performances which raises funds for food banks across British Columbia.
SFU students create colouring book to help refugees feel at home
What started as a student project at SFU turned into an accessible resource for refugee families arriving in Surrey, B.C.
6 things to know about the giant chandelier hanging under Granville Bridge
A 7.7 metre crystal chandelier has been unveiled under the north end of Granville Bridge.
A look inside Vancouver's gutted Canada Post building as redevelopment takes shape
“The Post” preserves aspects of the former Canada Post building and is predicted to house more workers than any other office building in Vancouver’s history.
B.C. Children's Hospital littlest patients dress up for some Halloween fun
B.C. Children’s Hospital hosted a trick-or-treat party Thursday morning for patients spending Halloween at the hospital.
How 7 British Columbians fight climate change in their daily lives
As an estimated 10,000 people gathered in downtown Vancouver on Friday to rally with Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg, CBC News asked a few demonstrators about their personal commitments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Trail builders carve paths through Squamish rainforest in a labour of love
Ted Tempany and his company Dream Wizard built a popular mountain biking trail near Squamish, B.C., ten years ago. Now they're making it better.