Matt Humphrey

Matt Humphrey is a producer and writer at CBC Vancouver.

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Surrey man rides BMX bike across Canada after conquering addiction

Surrey resident Matthew Fee intends to travel more than 6,000 kilometers by BMX bike, from Halifax, N.S., to the B.C. Legislature in Victoria.

Canadian comedians lament loss of Vancouver comedy club

The Comedy Mix, one of only three commercial comedy clubs in Metro Vancouver, is closing its doors April 27.

British Columbia's Sri Lankan community reacts to deadly Easter Sunday explosions

British Columbians with ties to Sri Lanka say they are standing in solidarity with the victims of Sunday's bombing attack.

Surrey Vaisakhi parade draws crowd of 500,000 people

Every year at the Vaisakhi festival, thousands of people march through Surrey in celebration, and each year the Kang family prepares and distributes hundreds of potato patties.

Police ask public's help identifying suspects in Vancouver assault captured on video

The Vancouver Police Department (VPD) is asking the public for help identifying two men in connection with two assaults which took place during a fight in Yaletown on March 31, 2018

Man accused of yelling slurs at Surrey vigil injured during arrest, police watchdog investigating

B.C.'s police watchdog is investigating after a man was injured while being arrested by Surrey RCMP officers on Sunday.

Surrey hospital discharged woman in medical need to Chilliwack shelter, says mayor

The mayor of Chilliwack says a 76-year-old woman with mobility issues and incontinence was discharged from Surrey Memorial Hospital and sent by taxi to a homeless shelter in his city last month.

How Ontario casinos protect against money laundering and what B.C. can learn

A representative for the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario explains how his province protects against money laundering casinos — and how B.C. can learn to do the same.

Trial lawyers-led coalition raises more concerns over new ICBC cap on minor injury claims

A coalition headed up by the Trial Lawyers Association of B.C. says the new ICBC cap for pain and suffering on minor injury claims is not the right way to fix the company's financial woes.

Vancouver animator dusts off the holiday cartoon classics you've never heard of

Before people gathered in front of the television to watch such holiday classics as How the Grinch Stole Christmas and Frosty the Snowman, they would watch Chirstmas cartoons in movie theatres.

Politicizing Meng extradition case is harmful for Canada, former U.S. ambassador says

Former U.S. ambassador Bruce Heyman explained the extradition process and the dangers of it becoming a political bargaining chip.

University of Victoria to equip security staff with EpiPens

The University of Victoria is taking a new approach in dealing with anaphylactic reactions.

Magic card players gather to defeat municipal bylaw

Magic: The Gathering players are gathering to overturn a bylaw which inhibits their ability to buy and sell trading cards.

Construction of new Surrey rink put on ice in proposed new budget

Surrey council's move to balance its new budget by freezing spending on various community projects, including a new ice rink, has a lot of residents upset.

Wait! Don't toss that bread! Let's make beer

In an effort to reduce landfill waste — and also brew a tasty beverage — a Vancouver Island project is using old bread to make beer.