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Robin Grant

Robin has interned at the Windsor Star, worked at a daily English-language newspaper in Istanbul, Turkey, and been host and producer of a weekly, current affairs radio show on CKCU in Ottawa. She’s currently completing a Masters of Journalism with a major research project in oil spill prevention. She's interested in print journalism. But her passion is photojournalism. Follow her on Twitter @: r28margrant .

Articles

Nov 4th, 2012
The largest Atlantic tropical system in history, Hurricane Sandy, made landfall south of Atlantic City, New Jersey last week. The system came ashore at 8 p.m. New York time. By 9 p.m. the...
Aug 6th, 2012
The international Scotiabank Caribbean Carnival kicked off in Toronto this long weekend with a grand parade. Hundreds of costumed participants danced Lakeshore Blvd. West at Exhibition Place.
Jul 16th, 2012
Renowned senior science journalist describes difficulty in communicating with federal scientists due to Harper media relations policy.
Jul 13th, 2012
Premier says the government will remain neutral on the Enbridge pipeline despite NDP calls to oppose it after a U.S. agency's report slammed the company's response to the 2010 Michigan...
Jul 4th, 2012
Ben and Graham Dawson, from the local band Bees Make It, were chosen for TransLink's metro Vancouver busker license. The musicians will perform year-round starting this week.
Jun 28th, 2012
Burnaby residents were skeptical about Kinder Morgan pipeline project at town hall meeting in Burnaby Wednesday. First Nations group said they unequivocally oppose pipeline expansion.
Jun 27th, 2012
BC rivals the Yukon as Canada's most secular province. But young Christians are trying to grow their faith in Vancouver by embracing the city's openness and tolerance.
Jun 27th, 2012
As a Canadian, U.S. federal law enforcement agents will be able to arrest you on Canadian soil, and other important facts about the Harper government's budget bill C-38.
Jun 18th, 2012
Tiny ferries treading False Creek from Maritime Museum to Olympic Village in both directions provide guests with stress-free, scenic water transportation for thirty years.
Jun 8th, 2012
Vancouver hair salons join the green economy with the launch of a Toronto-based company that collects 95 per cent of waste produced.
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