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Brendan Kergin

Brendan Kergin

Brendan Kergin is a born and bred B.C. boy with a part-time penchant for alliteration. A fan of beer, travel and pop culture, you may find he tries to combine all three, to varying degrees of success. He covers politics, social issues and the quirky stories you don't expect, so feel free to reach out and suggest something.
Find him on Twitter @bkergin.

Recent Work by Brendan

9 years after bike crash on Coquihalla, B.C. woman seeks trio who saved her life

9 years after bike crash on Coquihalla, B.C. woman seeks trio who saved her life

She was seriously injured in July 2011 on her ride from North Vancouver to Canmore, Alberta. Now she wants to find the strangers who helped her.
Porn site offers B.C.'s Dix $100K to help province with glory holes

Porn site offers B.C.'s Dix $100K to help province with glory holes

Porn site offers B.C.'s Dix $100K to help province with glory holes

Porn site offers B.C.'s Dix $100K to help province with glory holes

International relations to help us with our own...relations
Driver shares video of B.C. crash which smashes his truck and trailer

Driver shares video of B.C. crash which smashes his truck and trailer

B.C. woman captures a fox and deer playing together in her backyard

B.C. woman captures a fox and deer playing together in her backyard

B.C. woman captures video of fox and deer playing together in her backyard

B.C. woman captures video of fox and deer playing together in her backyard

It's like a moment right out of a classic Disney movie...
Parks Canada opening new campground in B.C.'s Mount Revelstoke National Park

Parks Canada opening new campground in B.C.'s Mount Revelstoke National Park

Parks Canada opening new campground in B.C.'s Mount Revelstoke National Park

Parks Canada opening new campground in B.C.'s Mount Revelstoke National Park

The site is located along the Meadows in the Sky Parkway
Dog fatally attacks man visiting home in Kamloops

Dog fatally attacks man visiting home in Kamloops

A dog attack has resulted in the death of one person at a Kamloops residence
Three centuries of B.C. artists now online in new database

Three centuries of B.C. artists now online in new database

The new resource contains information about nearly 20,000 people who've worked as a visual artist in the province