Megan Batchelor

CBC News reporter

Megan Batchelor is a CBC reporter based in Vancouver. Send her story ideas at or follow her on Twitter @MegsBatchelor.

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Neighbours step up to make this Lunar New Year special for New Westminster family

The Lunar New Year is a time for food and family, but like most celebrations during the pandemic, the holiday looks different this year. Despite that, a New Westminster, B.C., mother is hoping to keep the magic alive for her two-year-old son.

Airlines responsible for preventing inconvenience during Max jet groundings, advocate says

When Terry Cashin planned his upcoming cruise, he didn't think the trip to get from his home in Abbotsford to San Diego would take two days.

Shared equity mortgage not much help for homebuyers in pricey Vancouver, says realtor

The federal government's attempt at helping first-time home buyers enter real estate markets across the country is getting the thumbs down from a Vancouver real estate agent.

'Driver anarchy and mass crowds': Why Joffre Lakes remains a grey area for traffic enforcement

An outdoor enthusiast from Vancouver's North Shore became so outraged over illegally parked vehicles near Joffre Lakes Provincial Park northeast of Pemberton that he took matters into his own hands.

Efforts to disband Maple Ridge tent city reach B.C. Supreme Court

Maple Ridge's Anita Place tent city is at the centre of a two-day Supreme Court hearing that began Monday

Brain-eating amoeba linked to nasal rinse for Seattle woman

It was a brain surgery like no other for Dr. Charles Cobbs.

'I tried to be strong': twins welcomed home as father grieves wife who died in childbirth

It's been one month since Victor Yu's wife, Wei Lu, died giving birth to twin girls.

'As brave as a lion': Const. John Davidson's U.K. colleagues in mourning

Det.-Const. Keith Howells had always planned on coming to Canada to visit his former co-worker Constable John Davidson in Abbotsford. Now he's planning a trip to B.C. to lay his friend to rest.

Sentencing underway for Brian Whitlock in mother's murder

Brian Whitlock is a "high risk to reoffend violently," Crown prosecutors argued at a sentencing hearing Tuesday for the man convicted of murdering his mother.

Travel delays for B.C. family who says daughter's name on no-fly list

A Vancouver Island mother says air travel with her four-year-old daughter requires more time and more documents than the average child.