“I won’t be stepping down because you guys can learn to meet me too”: Lorraine Michetti fired back when told it was a little too late to learn about First Nations’ people. Continue reading
Reporter / Producer
Kristen Robinson reports and produces for Global BC and BC1.
Kristen was born and raised in Vancouver and got her start at Global BC after graduating from BCIT’s broadcast journalism program.
She spent several years reporting for CHEK News on Vancouver Island before returning to Global BC, the station she grew up watching, in 2013.
A northern B.C. mayor who compared gun owners to Holocaust victims after being accused of anti-Indigenous racism says she’s not going anywhere – despite calls for her resignation. Continue reading →
“You wonder if this would happen on the west side,” Strathcona Park neighbour Jamie Maclaren said, of the growing volume of trash in the area. Continue reading →
The former Army & Navy department store in Gastown will soon be home to one of two new temporary shelters as the clock ticks on the province’s deadline to decamp Strathcona Park. Continue reading →
A deadly Vancouver home invasion was the first of two disturbing crimes in the city in less than two weeks allegedly perpetrated by suspects posing as police officers. Continue reading →
Regine Monika Klein, Mark William Nykanen, and Howard Gerard Breen agreed to enter into common law peace bonds and stay away from John Horgan’s home for 24 months. Continue reading →
‘Definitely an increase in the number of facelifts’: B.C. plastic surgeons are seeing a swell of new and repeat clients during the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading →
The BC Prosecution Service confirmed Ryan John Grob entered a guilty plea to impaired driving causing death in Nanaimo court on Friday. Continue reading →
Early in the COVID-19 pandemic, David Eby confirmed the Pacific Coliseum was considered as space to temporarily house the most vulnerable. Continue reading →
‘You’re going to have 380 problems,’ deadly home invasion suspect Sandy Parisian warned Vancouver council in 2019 about dispersing Oppenheimer Park’s tent city. Continue reading →
Stuart Mah and Nugget the dog are now dialling up their elderly fans once a week via FaceTime. The elderly residents eagerly look forward to the virtual visit. Continue reading →
Police said a 73-year-old man with a cane was pushed to the ground by a man who walked away after the incident. Continue reading →
A woman arrested on Vancouver Island last month has sent a thank you card to police, giving them a glowing review for her stay in RCMP cells. Continue reading →
North Delta MLA Ravi Kahlon said he was so moved when he read the note from his 10-year-old son’s new buddy that he started to tear up. Continue reading →
“I don’t know what level of business you can actually speak to when you’re at that level of intoxication,” said Const. Kevin Goodmurphy with the West Vancouver Police Department. Continue reading →