Gian-Paolo Mendoza

Video Journalist

Gian-Paolo Mendoza is CBC Vancouver's overnight reporter. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram @gpsmendoza.

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Abbotsford police investigating suspicious early-morning fire

Three townhouse units in a complex on Lynn Avenue have fire damage after an overnight fire in Abbotsford. Detectives with the Abbotsford Police Department are now taking part in the investigation into how the fire started.

Woman in hospital, pets missing after North Vancouver house fire

North Vancouver fire officials say a woman has "significant" burns after an overnight house fire near Deep Cove.

Man arrested after fire destroys mobile homes near Cultus Lake

A neighbour woke up three residents living in two adjacent house after an overnight fire police say appears to have been deliberately set. RCMP say a 42-year-old man is in custody.

3-alarm fire damages grocery store in Vancouver's Chinatown

Firefighters were busy battling a stubborn fire at the Tin Lee Market on East Georgia Street near Gore Avenue early Tuesday morning.

Man rescued, dog killed in Champlain Heights townhouse fire

Officials said 10 firefighters were needed to get the man out of the basement to safety.

2 injured, several out of their homes as Burnaby firefighters battle house fires

An overnight fire has caused extensive damage to two homes in North Burnaby.

Safety concerns remain on some of Vancouver's busiest bike routes, despite city improvements

Spring marks the start of commuting season for the city's fair-weather cyclists and recent figures show where most crashes happen on popular bike routes.

Seniors face eviction from East Vancouver apartment over $41 rent increase

Miroslav Pinkowski said he wasn't aware his rent had been increased until a warning appeared on his door.

Garage fire displaces residents in Anmore

Two people have been displaced after the early-morning fire Thursday on Sugar Mountain Way.

Thousands listen to Michelle Obama's message of tolerance in Vancouver

Former U.S. first lady spoke about her childhood, her parents' encouragement of her education and the discrimination her family faced.

Woman in her 60s dies in overnight Abbotsford apartment fire

A woman was discovered by a firefighter during a secondary search of the building on Countess Street. Officials said she did not survive her injuries.

Fire crews battle intense blaze in East Vancouver

Vancouver Fire Rescue said the fire caused several explosions, which were believed to be propane tanks, at an industrial site on Triumph Street Monday night.
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After dark: The best overnight news photos of 2018

From fires and floods to unlikely heroes and once-in-a-lifetime astronomical events, CBC video journalist Gian-Paolo Mendoza shares some of his favourite photos taken while you were sleeping this past year.
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After dark: The best overnight news photos of 2018

From fires and floods to unlikely heroes and once-in-a-lifetime astronomical events, CBC video journalist Gian-Paolo Mendoza shares some of his favourite photos taken while you were sleeping this past year.

Woman, 2 children in critical condition after suspected carbon monoxide poisoning in Abbotsford

Police said the three were found unresponsive in a car that went off the road and appeared to be suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning.