Dana Hatherly

CBC News

Dana Hatherly was born and raised in Winnipeg. She has a Masters of Journalism from Carleton University.

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Non-medical masks to be mandatory indoors on UPEI campus

Students and staff at University of Prince Edward Island will be required to wear masks when they head back to classes starting Tuesday.

Many P.E.I. schools pushing back 1st day of class for returning students

Returning students at 19 schools within P.E.I.'s Public Schools Branch won't be going back to classes on Sept. 8 to allow students that are new to those schools a day to get oriented.

Province says 18 doctors signed on to work on P.E.I. in 2020

A total of 18 physicians have signed on to practise on the Island in 2020, according to the P.E.I. government, yet there are still several vacant positions for doctors across the province.

RCMP believe 2 targeted shootings possibly triggered by Lower Mainland gang conflict

Burnaby RCMP are investigating to determine whether two early Monday morning shootings are related to gang conflicts on the Lower Mainland.

Most B.C. parents in favour of face masks in class, but divided on back-to-school plans, poll finds

A new poll by Insights West released Wednesday suggests the majority of parents in B.C. are in favour of sending students back to class with a face mask to wear, although there is no consensus on the provincial government's plan to reopen schools.

Downtown Vancouver's St. Paul's Hospital site sells for close to $1B

Providence Health Care has announced the sale of its property at 1081 Burrard Street, the site of St. Paul's Hospital, to Concord Pacific for nearly $1 billion.

East Vancouver's Trout Lake closed to swimming due to E. coli

Vancouver Coastal Health says Trout Lake has been closed to swimming and wading due to high levels of E. coli in the water.

B.C. bar industry wants party buses, limos to step up COVID-19 protocols after big group turned away

A Vancouver restaurant manager is warning patrons to not show up in big groups after he turned away a group of party bus goers. Now B.C.'s restaurant association is calling on party buses and limo operators to come up with better plans during the COVID-19 crisis.

Worker at Burnaby long-term care home tests positive for COVID-19

A healthcare worker of New Vista Care Home in B.C.’s Fraser Health region has tested positive for COVID-19.

More than $300,000 in safety upgrades sought for 2 busy Charlottetown intersections

Charlottetown's public works department is looking to spend $325,000 to upgrade two busy intersections in the city.