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Elisia Seeber

Elisia Seeber

Elisia Seeber is the North Shore News’ Indigenous and civic affairs reporter. The reporting beat is made possible by the Local Journalism Initiative. Before this role, she worked at Glacier Media Group’s sister publications Vancouver Is Awesome and Vancouver Courier as a digital reporter. Hailing from the land Down Under, she moved to Vancouver in 2018 and fell in love with the mountains (and craft beer) and decided to stick around. Her career began in Perth, Western Australia, in 2012, working as a journalist for a community newspaper called the Sound Telegraph. She went on to be the weekend journalist for WA’s statewide Sunday newspaper, The Sunday Times, before moving into the publication’s online team as a digital producer for PerthNow.

Recent Work by Elisia

North Vancouver 7th-grader pens adorable letter thanking city for lighting up her favourite greenway

North Vancouver 7th-grader pens adorable letter thanking city for lighting up her favourite greenway

Let there be light! 💡 The new light fixtures along the popular Green Necklace Grand Boulevard Park greenway have been switched on.
Squamish Nation says rollout of COVID-19 vaccines for elders a welcome 'relief'

Squamish Nation says rollout of COVID-19 vaccines for elders a welcome 'relief'

Vancouver Coastal Health and First Nations Health Authority confirmed this week that Squamish Nation will be receiving a first round of doses of COVID-19 vaccines for its community next week.
‘Frustrated’ Squamish Nation present survey to CN Rail in hope of operational changes

‘Frustrated’ Squamish Nation present survey to CN Rail in hope of operational changes

"Not only do we hear the engines humming, but some houses rattle because of the engines."
Rise and shine, North Shore!

Rise and shine, North Shore!

While more rain is on the way today, 🌧️ I thought we could all take a moment to enjoy yesterday’s beautiful sunrise. 😍
Deep Cove residents 'heartbroken' after 65 trees chopped for major storm sewer project

Deep Cove residents 'heartbroken' after 65 trees chopped for major storm sewer project

'I can’t describe the pain and helplessness that I and many of my neighbours felt during the two days of chainsaw activity.'
Woman dies in head-on collision in North Vancouver

Woman dies in head-on collision in North Vancouver

“We do believe alcohol was involved, but we're still in the very early stages of the investigation.”
Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively donate $250K to Canada-wide Indigenous mentorship program

Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively donate $250K to Canada-wide Indigenous mentorship program

Celebrity couple has made a very generous donation toward supporting the mentorship of Indigenous post-secondary students across the country.
Indigenous youth group to send testimonials of 'violent' Vancouver police action to United Nations

Indigenous youth group to send testimonials of 'violent' Vancouver police action to United Nations

The Braided Warriors returned to the site of last week's protest to film testimonials of their experiences with the VPD to be submitted to the UN Human Rights Council Committee.
'We love ya': Rock star Bryan Adams thanks Lions Gate Hospital for looking after his mom

'We love ya': Rock star Bryan Adams thanks Lions Gate Hospital for looking after his mom

"Thanks to the incredible staff at @lghfoundation (Lions Gate Hospital) in North Vancouver for taking such good care of my mum Jane."
District of West Van applies for grant for Baden Powell Trail upgrades

District of West Van applies for grant for Baden Powell Trail upgrades

The plan includes repairing about 760 metres of the trail from Bonnymuir Drive to Craigmohr Drive.