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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

Watch this crow play with its new bouncy ball in Steveston (VIDEO)

Watch this crow play with its new bouncy ball in Steveston (VIDEO)

"This is my new crow friend with his green bouncy ball"
Sci-Fi Summit to bring the Shat to Vancouver

Sci-Fi Summit to bring the Shat to Vancouver

Star Trek and Star Wars fans can join together in looking forward to the Sci-Fi Summit.
New downtown Vancouver park to open in late spring

New downtown Vancouver park to open in late spring

The construction site at Smithe and Richards streets will turn into a park with bridges, a three-story play area, hammocks and more.
UBC public health director apologizes for travelling during pandemic

UBC public health director apologizes for travelling during pandemic

"I recognize now that I should not have travelled, and that many of you have made sacrifices over these past several weeks that I too should have made."
Someone stole a tiny house from a B.C. property and police found it nearly 100 km away

Someone stole a tiny house from a B.C. property and police found it nearly 100 km away

Police were tipped off after a man tried to sell it to someone, and instead that person told the police.
Coronavirus outbreak declared in Vancouver General Hospital unit

Coronavirus outbreak declared in Vancouver General Hospital unit

Two patients have tested positive
Mask-less man bear sprays Vancouver gas station attendant, breaks into nearby property

Mask-less man bear sprays Vancouver gas station attendant, breaks into nearby property

Charges have been recommended
Amazing pics of Cypress Mountain Resort's snow machines in photo contest

Amazing pics of Cypress Mountain Resort's snow machines in photo contest

A pair of spectacular photos of snowmaking machines on Cypress Mountain are in the running for the best of the year.
Electrical faults blamed for yesterday's car fire, explosion and crater in downtown Vancouver

Electrical faults blamed for yesterday's car fire, explosion and crater in downtown Vancouver

The explosion left a 3m crater
Coquihalla closed for six hours overnight to deal with avalanche concerns

Coquihalla closed for six hours overnight to deal with avalanche concerns

The highway will be closed between Merritt and Hope for a bit