Roshini Nair

Roshini Nair is a digital/coordinating producer with CBC Podcasts, working on series including Nothing is Foreign, The Secret Life of Canada, Kuper Island and more. She is based in Vancouver, and has previously worked on Party Lines: Party in the U.S.A., Unreserved, Unforked, and with CBC News Vancouver's digital news team.

Latest from Roshini Nair

Host Jayme Poisson reflects on 1000 episodes of Front Burner

From 3 a.m. celebrations to tumultuous political upheaval, Front Burner has captured the moment at the frontlines of breaking news and the stories shaping Canada and the world.

A school they called Alcatraz: Survivor reflects on sisters' deaths at Kuper Island Residential School

Many children who were forced to attend Kuper Island Residential School off the coast of Chemainus on Vancouver Island died trying to leave. Survivor Karen McCallum, whose half-sisters were presumed drowned trying to escape, is still looking for answers.

Park board installs 'Barge Chilling Beach' sign next to Vancouver's runaway barge

The barge, which landed near Sunset Beach during the Nov. 15 storms, has not budged from its spot over the past month despite multiple attempts to move it.

For B.C.'s salmon, floods represent another challenge to survival

The damage from a "once in a century" storm could be another stressor for salmon on B.C.'s South Coast after decades of fishing, habitat destruction and development that have sent salmon stocks spiralling into decline, experts said.

Extraordinary kindness and community help British Columbians navigate historic floods

British Columbians stepped up in big ways over the past few days, offering strangers food and shelter, comfort and care. 

With more humpback whales in B.C. waters, entanglements are on the rise, too

A team of highly specialized professionals take on the task of disentangling whales — but rely on the eyes and ears of the community to find animals that have been caught up in fishing gear.

How survivors fought to create Canada's first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Two residential school survivors who pushed for greater awareness of the harms caused by the schools reflect on Canada's first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.

How B.C.'s newest war in the woods shows the complex web of environmental politics

Vancouver Island's Fairy Creek blockade — which could soon become the largest act of civil disobedience in Canadian history — is representative of the complex way environmental issues could play out in the federal election. 

'Emotionally and mentally paralyzed': Afghans living in B.C. fear for family after Taliban takeover

Watching from afar, Afghans in B.C. are anxious about family and friends as the Taliban resurges.

Vancouver Island locals bring fish to feed hungry eaglets who left nests early due to heat wave

A bird rescue centre on Vancouver Island with too many eaglets on its hands put out a desparate call for fish on social media. Locals delivered.

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