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Maria Diment

Maria Diment

Maria is a reporter for Vancouver Is Awesome with a liking for social media, fashion and entertainment. She covers a bit of everything and knows where to find the coolest spots and events around town.

Before Maria joined V.I.A. she freelanced for Narcity and worked as a Social Media/TikTok Coordinator. When she's not reading the news, you can bet she's flipping through an issue of Vogue.

Email
maria@vancouverisawesome.com

Recent Work by Maria

Police arrest 'dangerous' man wanted Canada-wide while investigating separate crime

Police arrest 'dangerous' man wanted Canada-wide while investigating separate crime

Homicide detectives recognized the wanted man
Man wanted B.C.-wide following assault on Chinatown security guard last month

Man wanted B.C.-wide following assault on Chinatown security guard last month

A province-wide arrest warrant was issued after he failed to show up in court.
Here are some ways to update your wardrobe sustainably that aren't just thrifting

Here are some ways to update your wardrobe sustainably that aren't just thrifting

There are so many ways to shop sustainably ♻️
Update: High-risk sex offender wanted Canada-wide arrested

Update: High-risk sex offender wanted Canada-wide arrested

He was arrested four days after leaving his halfway house.
B.C. woman made custom brewery passport with over 180 B.C. breweries

B.C. woman made custom brewery passport with over 180 B.C. breweries

She updated her list since to now have 256 breweries.
Here are the prettiest fall road trips you can do from Vancouver to the U.S.

Here are the prettiest fall road trips you can do from Vancouver to the U.S.

Fall-ow the yellow leaf road.
Monkeypox deemed a global emergency by World Health Organization

Monkeypox deemed a global emergency by World Health Organization

World Health Organization (WHO) says that the expanding monkeypox outbreak now qualifies as a global emergency.
'Can't wait to get $0.34 credit': customers mock company's credit promise as Rogers restores service

'Can't wait to get $0.34 credit': customers mock company's credit promise as Rogers restores service

The outage left many Canadians without phone services and payment methods.
12 niche things only Canadians would know

12 niche things only Canadians would know

Those who get it, get it. Those who don't, clearly aren't Canadian.
Racism in yoga: how a Vancouver yoga instructor is healing racial traumas in Vancouver's Asian community

Racism in yoga: how a Vancouver yoga instructor is healing racial traumas in Vancouver's Asian community

Irene Lo shares how BIPOC communities can heal from racial traumas despite the white supremacy, colonialism and racism present in Vancouver's yoga world.