“When it happens to you then you realize this is real and people do think that way towards you and your culture. It’s not right,” the girl’s father said.
Nadia Stewart’s love for news has taken her from coast to coast. These days, you’ll find her both in-front and behind the camera for Global BC, where she works as a videojournalist.
She got her start at CFMT (now OMNI), before moving on to be a reporter, anchor and talk show host for Rogers TV Peel.
She’s also worked as a news writer for The Weather Network, writing weather-centric casts for a national audience.
n 2010, Nadia joined the CBC, working as a multi-platform reporter and anchor in St. John’s, Calgary and Edmonton. She also spent six years as an editor and freelance writer for Planet Africa Magazine, a Toronto-based quarterly publication that celebrates the achievements of the black community across the diaspora.
Nadia is also proud to be one of the first graduates of the University of Guelph-Humber (2006).
The Vancouver School Board is in the midst of a review of its School Liaison Officer (SLO) program, initiated last June amid a renewed global focus on racism and policing.
A woman asking how to book a COVID vaccine appointment was able to get a shot, but the B.C. Ministry of Health said the province’s policy is not to distribute extra doses this way.
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At a recent council meeting, Whistler Mayor Jack Crompton welcomed the news.
Parents and teachers say they’re pleased to see the province finally drop its ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach, but that the new measures don’t go far enough.
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The district voted to review the program last June, amid the renewed civil rights movement spurred by the death of George Floyd.
Henry revealed the signs and sentiments have affected her and her family.
The National Police Federation issued a swift and scathing response to Dr. Bonnie Henry’s comments about handling of addiction issues, calling them ‘inaccurate and disrespectful.’
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