Shane Foxman

Host | Citizen Shane

Shane Foxman is the host of Citizen Shane. A Toronto native, Shane has now lived in Vancouver for nine years. His favourite aspects of living in the terminal city include the lack of snow, never having to plug in his car, and that the beach is downtown.

Latest from Shane Foxman

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What do you think of transit in Metro Vancouver?

While you can expect the debate over whether or not to expand public transit to continue, Citizen Shane says maybe we should be talking about how we're using the TransLink system we have now.
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Why you're putting this kid at risk by not vaccinating your own child

A 14-year-old's mom says he risks his life whenever he goes to his North Vancouver school, because not every kid there has been immunized.
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Catholic, Jewish, Muslim students volunteer together in DTES

Some 90 students from three Vancouver faith-based schools handed out food, hope and donations in the Downtown Eastside community.
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Music therapy gives hope to burn victim James Harder

James Harder suffered severe burns when his motor home exploded due to a propane leak. Now, he says music therapy has helped him heal both physically and emotionally.
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Canada Israel Hockey School hits the ice in Vancouver

About 20 kids from the Canada Israel Hockey School in Israel are in Vancouver for a week.
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Would you go on a working vacation with your colleagues?

A Vancouver software company took 200 staff to Nicaragua to make a difference.
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Alexandra Lezo​ fights to keep her pet pygmy goats

Shane Foxman introduces us to Burnaby's Alexandra Lezo​ and her pet pygmy goats.
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Celebrating Lunar Year 2015

From the little red envelopes to the food tossing ceremony and even fortune telling, Shane Foxman explores what makes the Lunar New Year special.
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B.C. student Anthony Hope wins Loran Scholarship

While a lot of students are wondering how they will pay for university, Anthony Hope isn't one of them.
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Mark Reid, music teacher, nominated for $1 million Varkey Foundation award

Shane Foxman reports on Mark Reid, a music teacher in Vancouver, who has been nominated for an international teaching award worth $1 million.
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Vancouver parking meter fines driver $75 for taking too long to pay

Shane Foxman reports on the parking meter that's confused some Vancouverites - and cost one man $75 when he didn't plug the meter quick enough.
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B.C. Family Day: Science World teaches the science of giving

As B.C. celebrates Family Day, Shane Foxman reports on an unusually scientific way children are spending the day in Vancouver.
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To sit or not sit? What's better in the workplace?

You can sit, you can stand — maybe even use the treadmill while typing on a keyboard. Shane Foxman reports on this latest trend that promises health benefits.
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Awesome Sh*t Club organizes first event in Vancouver

Free cash for awesome ideas — that's the concept behind the Awesome Sh*t Club, which is organizing its first event in Vancouver.
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North Vancouver neighbourhood opposes sidewalk

A neighbourhood in North Vancouver, B.C. is angry that the city wants to build a wide sidewalk outside their homes.