Michelle Ghoussoub

Reporter, CBC News

Michelle Ghoussoub is a reporter and anchor for CBC News based in Vancouver. She has received a nomination for the Canadian Screen Award for Best Local Reporter. She can be reached at michelle.ghoussoub@cbc.ca.

Latest from Michelle Ghoussoub

RCMP apologize to deceased Indigenous teen's family, saying investigation was never closed

RCMP in Duncan, B.C., located about 60 kilometres north of Victoria, publicly apologized to the family of 15-year-old Carsyn Mackenzie Seaweed on Friday, saying a miscommunication resulted in information being released that the teenager's death was not being investigated as suspicious. 

Death of 15-year-old Indigenous girl on Vancouver Island deemed suspicious but not homicide

RCMP in North Cowichan/Duncan, about 60 kilometres north of Victoria, say they are investigating the circumstances surrounding 15-year-old Carsyn Mackenzie Seaweed's death as suspicious — but her death is not considered a homicide. 

B.C. coroner concluded Tatyanna Harrison died of sepsis — months after police said fentanyl was the cause

The mother of a young Indigenous woman who was found dead on an unsecured boat in Richmond, B.C., says she has received few answers as to why her daughter's cause of death appears to have changed 10 months after her body was found.

Threatened at knife point, wages clawed back: Uber drivers decry working conditions after high-profile assault

A brutal assault on an Uber driver in Abbotsford has caused more drivers to come forward with their stories of abuse on the job.

Man accused of 1st-degree murder of Burnaby teen pleads not guilty

The jury trial of a man accused of murdering a 13-year-old girl in Burnaby in 2017 began Wednesday in the Supreme Court of British Columbia.

How the science behind salmon farms and sea lice became so contentious

A federal decision to shut down 15 open-net Atlantic salmon farms around B.C.'s Discovery Islands is being lauded as a win for protecting wild salmon, and a significant blow to the fish-farm industry — all while reigniting a decades-old debate.

12 charges laid against former North Vancouver teacher accused of historical sex assault against students

Twelve charges have been laid against a former North Vancouver teacher accused of multiple counts of historic sexual assault against students.

At least 3 B.C. homes listed for sale without homeowners' knowledge amid surge in title fraud in Ontario

There have been at least three cases of attempted title fraud in B.C. since 2019 — two of which resulted in successful sales — where fraudsters purporting to be the homeowners attempted to sell properties they did not own.

Woman describes in warrant how serial offender lured her to suite where Noelle O'Soup was later found dead

An unsealed court document has revealed more details about how a man deemed a "danger to the public" apparently lured women to his Downtown Eastside apartment, where his body — and, later, the bodies of a woman and a missing Indigenous girl — were found last year. 

Dani Cooper advocated to remove police from wellness checks. They were shot by police during their own crisis

Dani Cooper died after police were called to perform a wellness check. Their family says they've been given few details about their final moments.