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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

B.C. sets housing targets for 'naughty list' municipalities

B.C. sets housing targets for 'naughty list' municipalities

Provincials housing minister assigns number, type of housing targets for 10 municipalities across B.C.
B.C. could learn from New Zealand city's housing policy: BCREA

B.C. could learn from New Zealand city's housing policy: BCREA

Housing lessons from New Zealand could provide a blueprint for Eby’s Homes for People plan
Income needed to afford a home in B.C. rises by $16,995 in August 2023

Income needed to afford a home in B.C. rises by $16,995 in August 2023

B.C. is among the four provinces where an income over $100,000 is needed to buy a home.
Why B.C. needs to build up its early clinical trial capacity

Why B.C. needs to build up its early clinical trial capacity

Clinical trials are critical not only in the development of drugs, but a healthy life sciences ecosystem
Why it's taking up to 10 months to issue a building permit in Vancouver

Why it's taking up to 10 months to issue a building permit in Vancouver

Data disputes city's claims of four-week processing time
‘It's going to be important’: B.C. housing minister hints at upcoming legislation

‘It's going to be important’: B.C. housing minister hints at upcoming legislation

B.C.'s housing and finance ministers mostly cagey about upcoming initiatives while attending UBCM
Metro Vancouver's industrial land shortage threatens future of B.C.’s trade economy

Metro Vancouver's industrial land shortage threatens future of B.C.’s trade economy

Forecasts show that the port authority may not be able handle growth from rising demand.
How B.C. communities are balancing building with flood risks

How B.C. communities are balancing building with flood risks

Local governments using a combination of bylaws and regulations to build safely in flood-prone areas
B.C. unveils 'one-stop shop' to speed up housing permitting

B.C. unveils 'one-stop shop' to speed up housing permitting

Province originally announced plans in January to reduce obstacles to housing construction.
Vancouver approves ‘missing middle’ motion despite mixed reviews from public

Vancouver approves ‘missing middle’ motion despite mixed reviews from public

Many speakers expressed support but noted many issues within the motion.
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