Tina Lovgreen

Video Journalist

Tina is a Video Journalist with CBC Vancouver. Send her an email at tina.lovgreen@cbc.ca

Latest from Tina Lovgreen

B.C. researchers working to develop breath test for COVID-19

Researchers in B.C. are working on developing a rapid COVID-19 breath test that would detect coronavirus in the volatile organic compounds we exhale and could potentially be used at airports, schools, arenas and other venues.

Grieving families say their lost loved ones are 'worthless' under B.C. law, call for changes

Families who have lost loved ones to wrongful acts are calling on the government to change B.C.'s Family Compensation Act.

Their 6-year-old son got COVID. Here's what came next

Jessica On’s six-year-old son got COVID-19 after his first week back at school in Vancouver following the winter break. Though they tried to isolate in their apartment, both parents ended up testing positive.

Deserted university campuses undercut businesses that rely on student spending

Most post-secondary institutions are offering online classes and limiting campus access due to the pandemic. Empty hallways mean businesses that cater to students have either closed or are barely hanging on.

Rudolf Neufeld died from COVID-19. This is why his family wants you to know his story

Rudolf Neufeld was a jokester and an active man who continued going to the gym even after he was diagnosed with dementia. He died two days before Christmas at the age of 81 after contracting COVID-19 at Lions Gate Hospital, after being admitted shortly before an outbreak there.

Seniors advocate to investigate what went wrong in B.C.'s deadliest care-home outbreaks

At Little Mountain Place in Vancouver, 41 residents have died from COVID-19, while 71 staff have been infected.

'There is always that void': Families of Flight 752 victims still grieving, searching for answers

It's been one year since Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752 was shot down in the skies over Tehran with two surface-to-air missiles from Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps. Families say the Iranian government has done the bare minimum when it comes to accountability.

Mother demands justice for daughter who died of infection despite 4 hospital visits in 10 days

Natasha Forry, 29, went to the hospital four times to receive care but her mother says her staph infection went undiagnosed and untreated until it was too late.

'Just a real sweet lady': Strathcona community comes together to help Annie the bottle lady

Annie, the bottle lady, is known for always having a smile on her face and for being quick to pick up your empties. But the 82-year-old is now battling cancer.

Residential towers receive piles of packages as more people shop online

As more people turn to online shopping to avoid busy malls this Christmas because of COVID-19, residential buildings are seeing significant growth in the number of parcels being delivered.

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