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Elisia Seeber, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter

Elisia Seeber,  Local Journalism Initiative Reporter

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 Seeber,

West Vancouver council to hear 10 cannabis store pitches

West Vancouver council to hear 10 cannabis store pitches

Ten cannabis retailers are vying to open stores in the District of West Vancouver
Drinking booze now permanently legal in West Vancouver's Millennium Park

Drinking booze now permanently legal in West Vancouver's Millennium Park

Plus, more West Van parks may be added to the list of where suds may be sipped in the near future 🥂
West Vancouver council vote down zero emission, mass timber housing project

West Vancouver council vote down zero emission, mass timber housing project

Council has rejected a proposal for what would have been the first-ever zero-emission, mass timber housing development in the district
City of North Vancouver to receive report on next steps for new Harry Jerome rec centre

City of North Vancouver to receive report on next steps for new Harry Jerome rec centre

Here's what's next for the new Harry Jerome Recreation Centre project
Welcome figure Kayachtn unveiled at North Vancouver's Argyle Secondary

Welcome figure Kayachtn unveiled at North Vancouver's Argyle Secondary

With open arms, Kayachtn – standing approximately 5.5 metres tall – now greets all who enter Ecole Argyle Secondary
Colourful cans give cigarette smokers a way to butt out in Horseshoe Bay

Colourful cans give cigarette smokers a way to butt out in Horseshoe Bay

Up to 30 colourful cans painted by West Vancouver students are now around Horseshoe Bay offering smokers a place to butt out
North Shore lacrosse coach calls for more education after 'players called Chiefs'

North Shore lacrosse coach calls for more education after 'players called Chiefs'

'There really is no place for racist comments'
North Vancouver firefighters rescue dog trapped in crawlspace (VIDEO)

North Vancouver firefighters rescue dog trapped in crawlspace (VIDEO)

Little Dutchy was pulled to safety by North Vancouver City Fire Department after getting trapped in a building's small crawlspace
Squamish Nation receives grant for Elders' centre engagement project

Squamish Nation receives grant for Elders' centre engagement project

B.C. government funding helps First Nations communities set up new well-being and poverty-reduction plans and projects
Public hearing to be held on 420-unit development pitched as 'heart of Lynn Creek'

Public hearing to be held on 420-unit development pitched as 'heart of Lynn Creek'

The proposal includes 205 strata units, 170 market rental units, and 45 non-market rental units