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Cameron Thomson

Cameron Thomson

After graduating Langara College's journalism diploma program Cameron moved to Salmon Arm to start working as a reporter for the Salmon Arm Observer. Nearly a year later Cameron moved back down to the Lower Mainland where he worked a short stint for his hometown newspaper the Delta Optimist before moving on to Vancouver Is Awesome. When not diving down endless rabbit holes on Twitter Cameron can be found working on a new project in his garage or outside taking photos of the great outdoors.

Recent Work by Cameron

A Burnaby author is in the running to win a prestigious historical writing award

A Burnaby author is in the running to win a prestigious historical writing award

The competition celebrates books that make significant contributions to the historical literature of British Columbia
Province calls on 60+ residents to register for COVID-19 vaccination program

Province calls on 60+ residents to register for COVID-19 vaccination program

Nearly one million British Columbians have received their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine
Vancouver landlord stabbed numerous times after asking woman to leave property

Vancouver landlord stabbed numerous times after asking woman to leave property

The victim was treated in hospital for non-life-threatening injuries
Acting duo from ‘A Series of Unfortunate Events’ receives COVID-19 vaccine in Vancouver

Acting duo from ‘A Series of Unfortunate Events’ receives COVID-19 vaccine in Vancouver

The Robbins sisters have also appeared together in 2006’s The Wicker Man with Nicolas Cage
‘QUEERS! Assemble’: impromptu pride parade suggested to run alongside ‘anti-trans’ protest

‘QUEERS! Assemble’: impromptu pride parade suggested to run alongside ‘anti-trans’ protest

The protest’s expected speakers include an independent MP, a Chilliwack school board trustee and the current leader of the People's Party of Canada.
Burnaby mask company finds success in N95-equivalent face coverings

Burnaby mask company finds success in N95-equivalent face coverings

The company says theirs is the only washable and reusable KN95 mask on the market is being used by an increasing number of large organizations like the Vancouver School Board
Burnaby Village Museum set to open for free this summer

Burnaby Village Museum set to open for free this summer

Advance online reservations for specific days and times are required in order to adhere to provincial health orders
Virtual therapy dog event to provide ‘pawsitive’ support for Stress Awareness Day

Virtual therapy dog event to provide ‘pawsitive’ support for Stress Awareness Day

The dogs are provided by St. John Ambulance to bring a moment of comfort and joy to anyone who may need it during these tough times
Burnaby companies receive millions from B.C. for developing green tech

Burnaby companies receive millions from B.C. for developing green tech

Combined, the companies will be getting nearly $4 million through CleanBC and the Innovative Clean Energy Fund
Conservatives in Burnaby North-Seymour riding name a candidate

Conservatives in Burnaby North-Seymour riding name a candidate

The 31-year-old describes herself as a born and bred British Columbian and an experienced campaigner