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Brendan Kergin

Brendan Kergin

Brendan Kergin is a born and bred B.C. boy with a part-time penchant for alliteration. A fan of beer, travel and pop culture, you may find he tries to combine all three, to varying degrees of success. He covers politics, social issues and the quirky stories you don't expect, so feel free to reach out and suggest something.

Recent Work by Brendan

Vancouver mammal rescue organization has hilarious tips for what to do if you see a seal in need

Vancouver mammal rescue organization has hilarious tips for what to do if you see a seal in need

If you see a baby seal, don't take it home
Vancouver library hosting event exploring the evolution of gayming

Vancouver library hosting event exploring the evolution of gayming

It'll look at the issues around accessibility, diversity and inclusion.
Deer goes for a wander through Gastown (VIDEO)

Deer goes for a wander through Gastown (VIDEO)

A young buck was spotted walking through the neighbourhood
Residential tower development in downtown Vancouver with two-storey waterfall seeks public comment

Residential tower development in downtown Vancouver with two-storey waterfall seeks public comment

Terraces will offer trees a place to live high above the street
Canucks prepare to buyout Jake Virtanen

Canucks prepare to buyout Jake Virtanen

The team is cutting ties with the forward
Drownings the third leading cause of accidental death in Canada

Drownings the third leading cause of accidental death in Canada

Accidental drownings are one of the leading preventable causes of death in the country.
Here’s why Yoko Ono wants to hear from women in Vancouver

Here’s why Yoko Ono wants to hear from women in Vancouver

The famed artist is bring an exhibit to Vancouver
What a croc: Vancouver police help woman terrified by fake gator

What a croc: Vancouver police help woman terrified by fake gator

Who needs coffee in the morning when terrifying lizard art can get the adrenaline pumping?
Vancouver police investigating 13 incidents of mischief and vandalism at local churches

Vancouver police investigating 13 incidents of mischief and vandalism at local churches

In one case a suspicious man was seen, and lighter fluid and rags were found.
This 'Eppich House,' designed by one of Canada's most famous architects, is for sale in West Vancouver

This 'Eppich House,' designed by one of Canada's most famous architects, is for sale in West Vancouver

The house is going for $14 million