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Cameron Thomson

Cameron Thomson

After graduating Langara College's journalism diploma program Cameron moved to Salmon Arm to start working as a reporter for the Salmon Arm Observer. Nearly a year later Cameron moved back down to the Lower Mainland where he worked a short stint for his hometown newspaper the Delta Optimist before moving on to Vancouver Is Awesome. When not diving down endless rabbit holes on Twitter Cameron can be found working on a new project in his garage or outside taking photos of the great outdoors.

Recent Work by Cameron

Vancouverites rally to save 90-year old elm tree from Kitsilano development

Vancouverites rally to save 90-year old elm tree from Kitsilano development

The City of Vancouver is still accepting feedback from the public on the development
Take a virtual tour inside this $26.8M West Vancouver waterfront mansion (PHOTOS)

Take a virtual tour inside this $26.8M West Vancouver waterfront mansion (PHOTOS)

The land the mansion sits land once owned by a member of Vancouver’s notable Woodward family.
Vancouverites 'leaf' summer behind and say hello to autumn (PHOTOS)

Vancouverites 'leaf' summer behind and say hello to autumn (PHOTOS)

The Autumn Equinox has many posting about the changing leaves and leaving the summer behind 🍂🍁
Playland reveals spooktacular new Halloween themed event coming this October

Playland reveals spooktacular new Halloween themed event coming this October

Guests will bear witness to incredible stunts, terrifying monsters, mutant carnivores and re-animated dolls 💀💀💀
Here are some possible explanations for the carp die off in Stanley Park’s Lost Lagoon

Here are some possible explanations for the carp die off in Stanley Park’s Lost Lagoon

Two proposed theories have to do with the large amount of rainfall the lagoon saw last week
Vancouver City Council decides summer patio program is here to stay

Vancouver City Council decides summer patio program is here to stay

The program for both private and public properties will run from April 1 to Oct. 31 each year
Vancouver’s Chinatown is set to host Fire Dragon and Noodlecious Festivals this weekend

Vancouver’s Chinatown is set to host Fire Dragon and Noodlecious Festivals this weekend

Celebrate Chinatown's rich cultural heritage and dig into bowls of noodles at this fun weekend event
‘You will forever have my heart’: Supergirl actor sings Vancouver’s praises in heartfelt goodbye

‘You will forever have my heart’: Supergirl actor sings Vancouver’s praises in heartfelt goodbye

“It takes a lot to render this man speechless, but you have done it."
Boat runs aground near Stanley Park, Coast Guard protects against oil spill (PHOTOS)

Boat runs aground near Stanley Park, Coast Guard protects against oil spill (PHOTOS)

The Canadian Coast Guard has encircled the vessel with an absorbent boom to contain any fuel
Vancouver PPC candidate doubles down on comparison of COVID-19 passport to residential schools

Vancouver PPC candidate doubles down on comparison of COVID-19 passport to residential schools

The Vancouver Quadra candidate faced condemnation from the British Columbia Assembly of First Nations earlier this week