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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

Protest at Burrard Street Bridge declared over, traffic open in all directions

Protest at Burrard Street Bridge declared over, traffic open in all directions

Members of Extinction Rebellion’s Vancouver group descended on the intersection of Burrard and Cornwall Streets on July 24 at approximately 2 p.m.
Delta artist to brighten up walls around English Bay for Vancouver Mural Festival

Delta artist to brighten up walls around English Bay for Vancouver Mural Festival

The mural will be one of over 60 new murals to be unveiled across the city
Vancouver can’t get no satisfaction: city removed from Rolling Stones tour

Vancouver can’t get no satisfaction: city removed from Rolling Stones tour

The Stone’s No Filter tour was postponed last March due to the COVID-19 pandemic
Almost zero reasons to worry about the ‘red tide’ in Vancouver say UBC experts

Almost zero reasons to worry about the ‘red tide’ in Vancouver say UBC experts

Marine biology experts at the University of British Columbia comment on the red tinge in the waters of English Bay
Vancouver Police seize $45,000 worth of stolen bikes from Vancouver storage facility

Vancouver Police seize $45,000 worth of stolen bikes from Vancouver storage facility

High-end road bikes, e-bikes, and mountain bikes were among the items seized
Meet Vancouver Aquarium's newest 'slightly cross-eyed' seal pup patient (PHOTOS)

Meet Vancouver Aquarium's newest 'slightly cross-eyed' seal pup patient (PHOTOS)

The pup was found separated from its mother and weak from lack of food
Jogger on seawall victim of latest Stanley Park coyote attack

Jogger on seawall victim of latest Stanley Park coyote attack

The attack comes a week after four coyotes were captured and killed using "soft foot-hold traps"
Fire and ink: 75 years ago today union protestors overturned a newspaper delivery truck in Vancouver

Fire and ink: 75 years ago today union protestors overturned a newspaper delivery truck in Vancouver

The protest was made up of members of the International Typographical Union supporting ITU members in Winnipeg
Vancouver Mural Festival announces dates for live-concerts and mural walking tours

Vancouver Mural Festival announces dates for live-concerts and mural walking tours

The festival will feature over 60 new murals in 11 Vancouver neighbourhoods!
A serial costume wearer in Vancouver lost his head, and he’s offering $400 for it back

A serial costume wearer in Vancouver lost his head, and he’s offering $400 for it back

‘I think the head has just gone on a little adventure, and hopefully it will come back to me and have a glorious story to tell.’