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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.

Recent Work by Brendan

Surrey's gang enforcement team seized an Alfa Romeo Stelvio, drugs, and cash

Surrey's gang enforcement team seized an Alfa Romeo Stelvio, drugs, and cash

Police deemed the vehicle 'suspicious' before conducting a traffic stop
B.C. couple's wedding trip photos found in gaming console returned after 13 years

B.C. couple's wedding trip photos found in gaming console returned after 13 years

"It's such an unlikely thing to happen"
The Dude Chilling Park sign has been stolen, again

The Dude Chilling Park sign has been stolen, again

Not again 😠
Is this your missing box of ticket stubs?

Is this your missing box of ticket stubs?

Someone's box of memorabilia has been found
The Stanley Park heron cam is back!

The Stanley Park heron cam is back!

One of the largest urban colonies of herons is active again, in downtown Vancouver
Vancouver teens win at debate tournaments held by Harvard and Stanford

Vancouver teens win at debate tournaments held by Harvard and Stanford

Congrats to Mia and Sarah!
New survey lists Vancouver as most unaffordable city in North America

New survey lists Vancouver as most unaffordable city in North America

It was the second most unaffordable of those surveyed.
This bonkers house is what $16.9 million will buy you in West Vancouver (VIDEO)

This bonkers house is what $16.9 million will buy you in West Vancouver (VIDEO)

Gondola? Check. Heated driveway? Check. Massive chandelier? Check.
City of Vancouver to consider banning loudspeakers, other amplification devices

City of Vancouver to consider banning loudspeakers, other amplification devices

Following months of complaints last summer, city staff are suggesting council enact a ban on sound-amplifying devices.
Four more Vancouver hotels have been added to government's list of approved quarantine accommodation

Four more Vancouver hotels have been added to government's list of approved quarantine accommodation

There are now five hotels in Metro Vancouver where international travellers can do their mandatory quarantine