Jill has worked as an online journalist at various publications in Vancouver since 2014. She has written thousands of stories on almost every subject under the sun, but most enjoys reporting on the major issues facing Vancouverites today.
Prior to shifting her writing into journalism, Jill worked in social media and communications. Her background in digital has shaped the way she investigates and reports stories, and helps her better understand how audiences consume their news.
Jill started as a freelance online producer with Global BC in 2016.
Police are investigating the death of four people after their bodies were discovered in a residence in Venables Valley, B.C., near Ashcroft. Continue reading →
More than a dozen people marched to the office of Minister of Children and Family Development Stephanie Cadieux on Friday, hoping to draw attention to the recent deaths of a number of children in government care. Continue reading →
Four people are safe after an incident in Cowichan Bay on Thursday that left a five-year-old girl stranded in an out-of-control boat. Continue reading →
Police were on scene in Abbotsford after a deadly shooting in a residential neighbourhood Friday afternoon. Continue reading →
BC Ferries has taken the Spirit of Vancouver Island vessel temporarily out of service due to a mechanical issue. Continue reading →
An environmental response crew and the Coast Guard are attending the scene of a fuel spill in the Fraser River near Mission that occurred Friday afternoon. Continue reading →
Premier Christy Clark’s popularity is dipping with less than two months until the provincial election, according to a national poll on the performance of premiers across Canada. Continue reading →
The federal Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) predicts that the Vancouver Park Board’s ban on cetaceans at the Vancouver Aquarium could have potentially tragic consequences. Continue reading →
The Independent Investigations Office of B.C. (IIO) is taking the Vancouver police chief and a number of officers to court over an investigation into a stabbing and shooting at a Canadian Tire last year. Continue reading →
A Pitt Meadows woman is fighting for her life in hospital after contracting a debilitating illness that will leave her without any hands or feet. Continue reading →
A limited-edition pair of Vancouver-themed Nike Air Max sneakers sold out in less than two hours at Nordstrom’s Pacific Centre location on Saturday. Continue reading →
Vancouver’s Trump Tower has been slapped with a lawsuit for allegedly not paying one of its contractors. Continue reading →
Police have arrested and charged a suspect five years after a violent sexual assault in Surrey. Continue reading →
Non-profit group Integrity BC says it has identified 727 donations to the B.C. Liberal Party it believes are suspicious, and is turning the list over to the RCMP. Continue reading →
The B.C Liberals will introduce legislation on Monday that is expected to address political party financial reform, Global News has learned. Continue reading →