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Jess Fedigan

Jess Fedigan

Jess Fedigan graduated from BCIT’s Broadcast and Online Journalism program in 2016 and comes from the Lower Mainland. Her career has taken her to Fort St. John, Victoria and now Prince George. She's covered everything from municipal plus provincial politics to Site C to crime and courts with sports coverage also mixed in. Her work also includes previously working with Vancouver Whitecaps FC in the videography department. When not out enjoying the beauty of Prince George and northern B.C., you can find her reading about Canadian, American and worldwide politics. You can find her on Twitter @jj_fedigan

Recent Work by Jess

Burnaby resident organizes rallies to combat anti-Asian hate crimes

Burnaby resident organizes rallies to combat anti-Asian hate crimes

“This is when people come together and say ‘we’re all in this together’ because we are all hurting."
Loblaw Companies Ltd. confirms Burnaby Wholesale Club employee tests positive for COVID-19

Loblaw Companies Ltd. confirms Burnaby Wholesale Club employee tests positive for COVID-19

Large amount of other grocery stores throughout Fraser Health also issue warnings
Numerous Burnaby schools flagged for COVID-19 exposure events

Numerous Burnaby schools flagged for COVID-19 exposure events

Seven schools issued alerts in May
Fraser Health shutters Burnaby office after COVID-19 cluster

Fraser Health shutters Burnaby office after COVID-19 cluster

Robertson Electric Wholesale was closed yesterday (May 6)
Burnaby restaurants jump on 'Active Sidewalks' program amid COVID-19

Burnaby restaurants jump on 'Active Sidewalks' program amid COVID-19

Businesses will be able to add outdoor seating or otherwise expand into other outside spaces
South Burnaby neighbourhoods now listed as high-transmission areas for COVID-19

South Burnaby neighbourhoods now listed as high-transmission areas for COVID-19

Residents aged 30 and over are able to receive AstraZeneca
Burnaby eyes adding anti-racism task force amid spike in anti-Asian hate crimes

Burnaby eyes adding anti-racism task force amid spike in anti-Asian hate crimes

Burnaby RCMP have reported a 350% rise of anti-Asian hate crimes in first year of COVID-19 pandemic
Burnaby weekly COVID-19 cases sink as part of provincial trend

Burnaby weekly COVID-19 cases sink as part of provincial trend

Burnaby caseload drops by almost 100
Burnaby Hospital expanding mental health and substance use supports

Burnaby Hospital expanding mental health and substance use supports

Dan's Legacy Foundation helps provide free therapeutic counselling
Burnaby real estate sales - and prices - surge in April despite COVID-19

Burnaby real estate sales - and prices - surge in April despite COVID-19

Region sees a massive 342.6 per cent increase in home sales compared to April 2020