Michelle Ghoussoub


Michelle Ghoussoub is a journalist with CBC News in Vancouver. She has previously reported in Lebanon and Chile. Reach her at michelle.ghoussoub@cbc.ca or on Twitter @MichelleGhsoub.

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What you need to know about the COVID-19 vaccine in B.C.

The largest vaccination campaign in B.C.'s history is now underway, aiming to vaccinate more than four million British Columbians against COVID-19 by September 2021. Here's what you need to know.

B.C. expanding vaccine workforce as province records 559 new COVID-19 cases

British Columbia is expanding its vaccine workforce, health officials said Tuesday, as the province marked 559 new cases of COVID-19 and one more death.

Pandemic frustrations boil to surface as B.C. government posts 'self-care bingo card'

The province backpedalled on Twitter Friday evening, after a pandemic "self-care bingo card" posted to the account earlier in the day spurred frustration and anger.

You can still fall in love during a pandemic

COVID couples have overcome a strange set of circumstances to find love.

'We won't stop until full justice is achieved': Loujain Alhathloul's sisters speak out after her release

Loujain Alhathloul, 31, spent just over a thousand days in detention in Saudi Arabia, including stints in solitary confinement. She also says she was tortured. Following her release on Wednesday, her sisters vowed to fight for justice.

Women's rights activist Loujain Alhathloul released after 1,001 days in Saudi prison

Saudi activist Loujain Alhathloul has been released from detention in Saudi Arabia, where she had been held since May 2018.

B.C. teetering on 'precipice,' says Dr. Bonnie Henry, as COVID numbers plateau at 500 daily cases

B.C. has recorded 1,344 new cases of COVID-19 and 26 deaths over a three-day period.

B.C. quietly updates number of variants from U.K., South Africa as researcher raises concerns

Andrew Longhurst, a doctoral student at Simon Fraser University and a health policy researcher, said non-travel related cases of more infectious variants suggests they could be spreading in the community unchecked in B.C. — a situation he believes should be addressed urgently. 

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?

Vancouver businesses call for city to provide public toilets for homeless people during pandemic

People working in Vancouver coffees shops are calling on the city to step up and provide public washrooms for the homeless, saying COVID-19 has forced coffee shops, and the young people who often work in them, to support the people struggling the most as the pandemic stretches on.