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Elisia Seeber, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter

Elisia Seeber,  Local Journalism Initiative Reporter

Elisia Seeber is the North Shore News’ Indigenous and civic affairs reporter. The reporting beat is made possible by the Local Journalism Initiative. Before this role, she worked at Glacier Media Group’s sister publications Vancouver Is Awesome and Vancouver Courier as a digital reporter. Hailing from the land Down Under, she moved to Vancouver in 2018 and fell in love with the mountains (and craft beer) and decided to stick around. Her career began in Perth, Western Australia, in 2012, working as a journalist for a community newspaper called the Sound Telegraph. She went on to be the weekend journalist for WA’s statewide Sunday newspaper, The Sunday Times, before moving into the publication’s online team as a digital producer for PerthNow.

Recent Work by Elisia Seeber,

Check out this cool circle park set to be built in North Vancouver

Check out this cool circle park set to be built in North Vancouver

The park’s main design feature is a circular covered canopy with hammocks and porch swings hanging from underneath 🌳
This North Vancouver Grade 5 student advocated for a new crosswalk and got it

This North Vancouver Grade 5 student advocated for a new crosswalk and got it

Lila Ryce just wanted to make walking to school safer for her siblings and the community
North Shore youth cast ballots in mock federal election in Student Vote

North Shore youth cast ballots in mock federal election in Student Vote

Update: Students elected a Liberal minority government in the national student parallel election
Squamish Nation set to vote in new council in historic election

Squamish Nation set to vote in new council in historic election

'I think it's really important that the community elect people who are going to be respectful and hardworking and committed to working together as a team for our people'
Proposed eight-storey, 89-unit development in West Vancouver moves to public hearing

Proposed eight-storey, 89-unit development in West Vancouver moves to public hearing

Development in high-traffic area pitched as 'a signature building along Marine Drive'
Federal election: North Shore candidates promise to advance reconciliation

Federal election: North Shore candidates promise to advance reconciliation

Canada's four major political parties share how they will advance reconciliation
‘I never thought I’d be a hip-hop artist’: North Vancouver’s DJ O Show to release debut track

‘I never thought I’d be a hip-hop artist’: North Vancouver’s DJ O Show to release debut track

Orene Askew – aka DJ O Show – is almost ready to drop her first hip-hop single, Status & Clarity
Coast Salish Welcome Figure completes North Vancouver's Argyle Secondary

Coast Salish Welcome Figure completes North Vancouver's Argyle Secondary

The Welcome Figure is carved from a red cedar log estimated to be more than 200 years old from the Squamish Valley
Remixed virtual version of the Coho Festival returns to West Vancouver

Remixed virtual version of the Coho Festival returns to West Vancouver

The month-long Coho Festival has begun, but it’s a little different this year🐟
Tsleil-Waututh Nation reminds drivers to slow down near reserve as school returns

Tsleil-Waututh Nation reminds drivers to slow down near reserve as school returns

'Please slow down, and please be aware there are children crossing the street,' to attend the Tsleil-Waututh Nation School