Christina Jung

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Christina Jung is a digital reporter and senior writer for CBC. Got a story idea? Email christina.jung@cbc.ca or tweet @CBC_Cjung

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Using terrorist list to label white supremacists risks repeating errors of 9/11 era, civil rights groups say

Civil liberties advocates are urging the Canadian government to find a more transparent way of tackling white supremacy and neo-fascism after 13 groups — including the Proud Boys — were designated as terrorist entities last week.

'Anything is possible:' Women of colour inspired to dream big by Kamala Harris

Thousands of people on both sides of the border watched history in the making on Wednesday as Kamala Harris became the first woman of colour to be vice-president of the United States.

Say hello to the first B.C. babies born in 2021

As the world bid farewell to a troublesome 2020, the first baby to be born in B.C. in the new year arrived just 21 minutes after the countdown on Friday. 

B.C. man offers reward to help find suspects who stole 2 tiny homes in Surrey

The owner of a company that makes homes in B.C. is offering a reward to anyone with information regarding the two tiny homes that were stolen from his property in Surrey early Tuesday morning.

10-year-old B.C. student publishes her book during COVID-19 lockdown

For some, the pandemic lockdown was a chance to catch up on rest at home, but for a Grade 5 student in Burnaby, the unplanned quiet time was just the opportunity she needed to fulfil her dream of becoming an author.

Snowboarder who went missing on mountain near Terrace, B.C., pronounced dead

The 39-year-old snowboarder who went missing at B.C.'s Shames Mountain has been pronounced dead after being transported to hospital, according to Terrace RCMP.

New heart for Santa helps retired couple continue to spread holiday joy

After almost two decades as a mall Santa, Chris Pedlar thought his days of bringing joy and magic to children during the holidays were coming to an end, when he suddenly experienced a health scare in the spring of 2019.

102-year-old Vancouver woman sets Guinness World Record for oldest curler

A 102-year-old Vancouver woman says she's received phone calls from as far away as England after clinching the Guinness World Record for oldest curler this month.

Fewer than 1 per cent of employees working in B.C.'s tech sector self-identify as Indigenous: survey

The CEO of a B.C. tech company says there's a "lot of work to do" in the tech sector when it comes to the number of Indigenous people employed.

Newcomers can 'no longer find products' previously available at the Real Canadian Superstore

It's been a few months since the international aisle at the Real Canadian Superstore in Thunder Bay, Ont., made some noticeable changes — ones that have had "negative effects" on some newcomers to Canada, according to a teacher at the Thunder Bay Multicultural Association.

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