Elizabeth McSheffrey

Elizabeth McSheffrey is a journalist from Ottawa passionate about human rights, current affairs and travel. Her work has been published by news outlets all over the world including BBC, CBC, CBS, CTV, The Globe and Mail, VICE News, and dpa International. Her experience includes print, radio, television work across Canada, East and West Africa.

Hunter Tootoo, Carolyn Bennett, Liberal Party, Justin Trudeau, new cabinet

Indigenous leaders offer support for new Trudeau cabinet

They also plan holding the government's feet to the fire when it comes to election promises for First Nations communities.
Harjit Sajjan, Jody Wilson-Raybould, Liberal Party, Justin Trudeau, Vancouver

Trudeau appoints two Vancouver MPs to cabinet

Vancouver Granville's Jody Wilson-Raybould and Vancouver South's Harjit Sajjan have big shoes to fill as federal ministers.
Christy Clark, triple deleting, B.C. government, B.C. Liberals

Memes mock Premier Christy Clark over government email scandal

The B.C. premier has ordered ministers and staff to stop 'triple deleting' their files, but social media users still aren't satisfied.
New Brunswick, Premier Brian Gallant, Vancouver Board of Trade, Iain Black

Vancouver Board of Trade talks Energy East pipeline with New Brunswick premier

New Brunswick Premier Brian Gallant is touting the TransCanada project as "safe" and "sustainable" despite the corporation's questionable record of pipeline accidents.
Larry Koopman, NDP, West Vancouver-Sunshine Coast-Sea to Sky Country

NDP candidate Larry Koopman urges people to vote for beliefs, not against Conservatives

“I’m a strong believer that people should vote for what they believe in and not vote for something they’re against," Koopman said.
Justin Trudeau, Liberal Party of Canada, federal election 2015, Vancouver

Metro Vancouver’s multicultural voters start to lean Liberal

According to a new Insights West poll, Justin Trudeau holds the most support from East Asian, South Asian and South East Asian Vancouverites.
Pam Goldsmith-Jones, West Vancouver-Sunshine Coast-Sea to Sky, Liberal Party

Restore Canada's democracy, says Liberal candidate Pamela Goldsmith-Jones

"It's time to hold the Conservatives accountable for their legacy under Stephen Harper," former West Van mayor says.
Sadhu Johnston, Penny Ballem, Vancouver, Vancouver City Hall, City manager

Johnston Acting City Manager, Ballem fired

Mayor Gregor Robertson says Vancouver will benefit from a "new approach" and a "fresh perspective."
Trophy hunt, grizzly bear, B.C. hunting, open season, hunting season

B.C. animal rights group offers reward for tips on graphic video of grizzly bear hunt

This bear was likely killed in B.C., and one wildlife group is willing to pay cash to find out for sure.