‘She will hop in anyone’s car. She went for a joyride.’
Born and raised in the Lower Mainland, Jill Bennett could be seen on Global BC and heard on 980 CKNW for the past twenty years. As a TV reporter she covered everything from when charges were laid in the Air India case to breaking the news of Cory Monteith’s death in a Vancouver hotel.
Jill has traveled extensively, including on a journalism grant to Indonesia where she reported on the recovery from the 2004 Boxing Day tsunami. Jill also spent time teaching Journalism to university students in Rwanda.
Her work has been honoured with a Webster Award and the RTDNA award for best Editorial Commentary.
In her free time Jill loves cycling, walking the Vancouver Seawall and heading to the gun range to target shoot. She also dotes on her two dogs, Duke and Moe.
The Jill Bennett Show airs Monday to Friday 12pm to 3pm.
Regulators are investigating after the man was given a powerful morphine opioid instead of antibiotics for dental work.
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More than two years after Punky bit a woman and lunged at an animal control officer, the dog has been euthanized.
It started as a way to keep a group of Coquitlam classmates busy as their parents cooked Christmas dinner, and has since grown into so much more.
“This was a combination of overreaching and a fundamental misunderstanding of the law,” the family’s lawyer said.
As nine-year-old Karsen continued to grow his hair for a cancer fundraiser, other kids kept calling him “girl” and teased him for his long locks.
“He was not the kind of guy who was going to step outside of procedures and is going to end up in this kind of an accident,” said Kirk McLean’s brother-in-law.
Wesbild owns a 27-acre property in North Vancouver located between Lonsdale Quay and the Lions Gate Bridge.
“Anyone now purchasing into a condo and into any strata corporation in B.C., one of the documents you want to request is a copy of the insurance policy.”
Jannelle Buchanan alleges she was subjected to intense and inappropriate interrogation after filing a complaint against a male co-worker.
A WorkSafeBC inspector visited the site in Point Grey and found several violations involving asbestos abatement.
Jesse remains on life support at BC Children’s Hospital.
The preteen was able to compete in the sport with the use of a guide horse and rider.
A Chilliwack family counted the bats in their ceiling. They stopped counting at 150.