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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.

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brendan@vancouverisawesome.com

Recent Work by Brendan

Vancouver police seek suspect in random stabbing at coffee shop (VIDEO)

Vancouver police seek suspect in random stabbing at coffee shop (VIDEO)

WARNING: Some people may find the footage disturbing.
Iconic Vancouver jazz singer honoured with stamp (VIDEO)

Iconic Vancouver jazz singer honoured with stamp (VIDEO)

She was a pioneer in radio and television, as well.
Canucks captain Bo Horvat enters COVID-19 protocol

Canucks captain Bo Horvat enters COVID-19 protocol

He'll miss at least two games.
An extremely rare, 400-year old book of Shakespeare plays is on display in Vancouver (PHOTOS + VIDEO)

An extremely rare, 400-year old book of Shakespeare plays is on display in Vancouver (PHOTOS + VIDEO)

“This is really a gift, not just to UBC, but also to the city of Vancouver."
Vancouver researchers launch new Alzheimer's test for Canadians

Vancouver researchers launch new Alzheimer's test for Canadians

A new Alzheimer's disease test is now available for Canadians, in specific situations.
Hundreds in Abbotsford still under flood evacuation order

Hundreds in Abbotsford still under flood evacuation order

Assessments of infrastructure are continuing on roads, bridges and culverts as they resurface.
Nearly 6 feet of water drained from Sumas Prairie over the weekend

Nearly 6 feet of water drained from Sumas Prairie over the weekend

More evacuation orders have been lifted
Pandemic means some Canadians no longer planning to have children, or delaying plans

Pandemic means some Canadians no longer planning to have children, or delaying plans

Has the pandemic affected your plans?
Google car catches unusual sight in West Vancouver (PHOTOS)

Google car catches unusual sight in West Vancouver (PHOTOS)

The photos were captured in April of this year
UBC students may soon have a free driverless electric shuttle bus service

UBC students may soon have a free driverless electric shuttle bus service

The groundbreaking new service should be launched sometime in 2022