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Carol Eugene Park

Carol Eugene Park

Carol Eugene Park is a multimedia reporter for Glacier Media, with journalistic interests in arts and culture, and social issues.

Park is a transplant from Hamilton, Ontario, who moved across the country to pursue a master's in journalism at the UBC School of Journalism. Before the relocation, she studied English Literature and Renaissance Studies at the University of Toronto.

Her work has been published in various news outlets, including Global, Globe and Mail, CBC, and The Tyee. In 2021, she had the opportunity to co-host and produce an explainer podcast called Decomplicated.

Although Park started her career in print, she is equally passionate about audio journalism, especially narrative and investigative podcasts, and digital storytelling.

When she's not working, Park is almost always scrolling through TikTok, or watching reality dating shows.

For hot takes on TV shows, or unoriginal but still relatable thoughts, follow her on Twitter: @caroleugenepark

Recent Work by Carol

Nearly half of Canadians think gun laws aren't strict enough, says new poll

Nearly half of Canadians think gun laws aren't strict enough, says new poll

About 17 per cent of surveyed Canadians say firearm laws are too strict.
Canadian professionals are more burnt out than last year, report finds

Canadian professionals are more burnt out than last year, report finds

Schedule flexibility has created a sense that people need to be available at all times, making it harder to disconnect from work.
How the U.S. abortion paper leak is bringing B.C.'s reproductive access into focus

How the U.S. abortion paper leak is bringing B.C.'s reproductive access into focus

The B.C. government says "there is more work to do," particularly on improving access to surgical abortions in rural areas.
'Bring a coffee': British Columbians experience long wait times for passport renewals

'Bring a coffee': British Columbians experience long wait times for passport renewals

With restrictions lifting, Service Canada is seeing an increase in passport applications.
When it comes to animal rights, report finds Canada's legal system needs improvement

When it comes to animal rights, report finds Canada's legal system needs improvement

A new report from Humane Canada shows gaps remain when it comes to how animals are recognized in the law.
Analyzing sex differences in health research is important, UBC study finds

Analyzing sex differences in health research is important, UBC study finds

Overlooking sex differences in health research has its consequences
'Will probably cry': B.C. soccer fan heading to Qatar for World Cup

'Will probably cry': B.C. soccer fan heading to Qatar for World Cup

Brent Loewen will be taking his two sons to the matches. He describes himself as a "long-suffering fan of the Canadian men's soccer team since 1986."
Majority of Canadians view Queen in positive light — rest of Royal Family, not so much

Majority of Canadians view Queen in positive light — rest of Royal Family, not so much

For many Canadians, Queen Elizabeth II is the only British monarch they've ever known.
B.C. educator agrees to 10-year ban for crossing teacher-student boundaries

B.C. educator agrees to 10-year ban for crossing teacher-student boundaries

Joseph James Hizon Arnesto exchanged messages with students, discussing their personal and romantic lives.
Cross-racial friendships easier for kids with good academic and social skills, study finds

Cross-racial friendships easier for kids with good academic and social skills, study finds

One researcher says children who are academically and socially adept might have the skills to understand someone who is different from them.