Huyana Cyprien

Reporter/Intern

Huyana Cyprien is a 2019 Joan Donaldson Scholar. She is a recent graduate from Mount Royal University's Journalism program, and interned with CBCNorth before working with CBC Toronto and Vancouver. You can reach her at huyana.cyprien@cbc.ca

Latest from Huyana Cyprien

It's the frog days of summer inside Billy Bishop Airport as tiny amphibians invade terminal

Travellers catching a flight at Billy Bishop Airport might find themselves having to wait at their gate with some unexpected guests — toads.

Seniors frustrated with new gambling rules at city-run community centres

Some Toronto senior citizens are accusing bureaucrats at city hall of ruining their fun when they play card games and bingo at city-run community centres.

City hall committee recommends changes to make it easier for craft brewers to open in Toronto

A city hall committee approved amendments to zoning bylaws Wednesday that are making it difficult for craft brewers to operate in Toronto. 

Caledon GO bus route service extended for 6 months after commuter pressure

After complaints from commuters, Metrolinx has decided to extend a GO bus route between Caledon and Brampton for an additional six months. 

Toronto police to crack down on dangerous drivers this summer

Speeding, impaired, aggressive and distracted driving are the four key components the Toronto police and traffic services are cracking down on this summer.

Ease restrictions that cost thousands of dollars, food truck owners tell city

Toronto's food truck scene is growing in diversity and numbers, but owners say restrictions put in place by the City of Toronto are costing them money.

Toronto 'a little bit safer' after police collect more than 3,000 guns through buyback program

Police collected more than 2,200 long guns and more than 900 handguns during their three-week buyback program, all of which will be destroyed.

2-year-old blood recipient thanks 400 time blood donor

Sophie Cosgrave — a recipient of blood donations — along with her family, was given the chance to thank a 400 times blood donor for his many donations, some of which went to Sophie when she needed them.

Mother dog and her 9 puppies abandoned at B.C. garbage dump

A mother dog and her puppies were found abandoned inside a sealed box at the Puntzi Lake Landfill on June 5.

Commercial Drive businesses suing FortisBC for lost revenue during pipeline replacement

The businesses say the road closures, detours and barricades deterred customers due to the lack of parking, construction noise and portable toilets placed out front of the businesses.

Burnaby council votes to support gondola to SFU in principle

Burnaby city council has agreed to support -- in principle -- Translinks gondola up Burnaby Mountain that links to Simon Fraser University.

B.C. Green Party introduces legislation to ban conversion therapy

The B.C. Green Party has tabled legislation that would ban the practice of conversion therapy in British Columbia.

Long weekend serves up mixed weather, lots of activities in Metro Vancouver

There are plenty of outdoor events to check out in Vancouver this Victoria Day long weekend.

80 fall ill in norovirus outbreak at Richmond hotel

A Sheraton Hotel in Richmond, B.C., and two associated restaurants have been shut down after 80 people became sick with norovirus over the weekend.

4 northern communities get $1M for search and rescue equipment

Rankin Inlet, Cambridge Bay, Gjoa Haven and Ulukhaktok have been selected to receive funding from the Indigenous Community Boat Volunteer Pilot Program.