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.
If you graduated from a North Shore high school, you’ve likely heard of the game “Gotcha!” Continue reading →
The Vancouver Aquarium is hosting a rally Monday night in a last-ditch attempt to coax the Vancouver Park Board away from enacting a ban on whales, dolphins and porpoises. Continue reading →
Richmond RCMP were busy dealing with a “brazen” Mothers’ Day homicide in a quiet residential neighbourhood on Sunday. Continue reading →
BC Place is putting the blame on a new anti-scalping ticket system for the delays getting into the stadium for Friday night’s U2 concert. Continue reading →
The results of the recounts could potentially give the BC Liberals a majority government. Continue reading →
Thousands waited outside BC Place Friday night for hours trying to get into the stadium to see U2. It’s still not exactly clear what caused such extreme delays. Continue reading →
Some streets in Port Moody were buried under inches of hail Friday afternoon. Continue reading →
The band stopped at Vancouver’s BC Place on Nov. 11, 1987 and played a set list of 18 songs to over 50,000 fans at the sold-out show. Continue reading →
The federal Liberals have introduced a new bill that aims to ban oil tanker traffic from the B.C. coast and impose penalties for potential violators. Continue reading →
It was a medical emergency fit for an episode of Grey’s Anatomy — Doctors at St. Paul’s Hospital managed to save a young, pregnant woman and her baby after the mom went into sudden heart failure. Continue reading →
Burnaby RCMP confirm a suspect has been arrested following a shooting Thursday evening. Continue reading →
At least one person has suffered serious injuries after a single vehicle accident in Delta Thursday evening. Continue reading →
Not all the geese were quick to make the crossing, with a few stragglers taking up the rear after a little coaxing from the worker. Continue reading →
A new poll released a day before the B.C. provincial election says the race between the BC Liberals and BC NDP is “too close to call.” Continue reading →
A record-shattering 614,389 people cast their ballots in advance of the B.C. election on May 9, almost double the number who did so in 2013. Continue reading →