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Claire Wilson

Claire Wilson

Claire Wilson is an intern reporter with Glacier Media.
She hopes to utilize journalism to connect with British Columbians through the art of storytelling.
Claire holds a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from UBC and trained as a journalist at Langara College. She is the recipient of the Read-Mercer Fellowship and LSU Journalism Scholarship.
When not reporting, she is usually at the dance studio or re-listening to a Foo Fighters record.

Recent Work by Claire

Greater Vancouver housing supply increases in September with little impact on price

Greater Vancouver housing supply increases in September with little impact on price

The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver released their recent report on the September market that shows a drop in prices, but not the extent that many Vancouverites were hoping for.
More British Columbians are opting to rent rather than own, report says

More British Columbians are opting to rent rather than own, report says

According to Statistics Canada, declines in homeownership reflect trends in new construction connected to the densification of large urban centres
A look into how Canadian cities deal with student housing

A look into how Canadian cities deal with student housing

Cities have four broad approaches when it comes to urban planning strategies for off-campus student housing, the study says.
The 'shroom boom': How B.C. has adapted to the psilocybin movement

The 'shroom boom': How B.C. has adapted to the psilocybin movement

B.C.'s 'shroom boom' goes digital with websites that offer microdosing options to promote wellbeing.
Canadian pandemic homebuyers have zero regrets, survey shows

Canadian pandemic homebuyers have zero regrets, survey shows

Buying a home in the middle of the pandemic may not seem wise, but the Canadians who did it are still happy about their decision.
Canadian housing inventory drops below 10-year average

Canadian housing inventory drops below 10-year average

Despite a dwindling market in Canada, B.C. is seeing a return to normal after a "crazy market" during COVID-19, says expert.
Canadian households have $6B worth of dead cellphones lying around

Canadian households have $6B worth of dead cellphones lying around

That's about 60 million idle phones.
B.C. graduate students pay the second highest tuition fees in Canada

B.C. graduate students pay the second highest tuition fees in Canada

Statistics Canada shows that the provinces with the highest tuition fees are Nova Scotia, B.C. and Ontario.
This Ontario father had to relocate his family to B.C. for Lyme disease treatment

This Ontario father had to relocate his family to B.C. for Lyme disease treatment

After getting a false negative in Ontario, Louis Themeles took a U.S. test. It showed he had chronic Lyme disease.
New report highlights top 10 threats to Canadian children's health

New report highlights top 10 threats to Canadian children's health

Among the top threats to children in Canada are: poor mental health, food insecurity, systemic racism, child abuse and climate change.