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Claire Wilson

Claire Wilson

Claire Wilson is an intern reporter with Glacier Media.
She hopes to utilize journalism to connect with British Columbians through the art of storytelling.
Claire holds a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from UBC and trained as a journalist at Langara College. She is the recipient of the Read-Mercer Fellowship and LSU Journalism Scholarship.
When not reporting, she is usually at the dance studio or re-listening to a Foo Fighters record.

Recent Work by Claire

Residential real estate sales, prices to follow 2022 trend: REBGV forecast

Residential real estate sales, prices to follow 2022 trend: REBGV forecast

Sales activity in the region is expected to remain flat while prices inch up slightly
Metro Vancouver homeowners primed to withstand 'coming storm': Re/Max

Metro Vancouver homeowners primed to withstand 'coming storm': Re/Max

Report delivers rosy outlook for local homeowners
Indigenous ‘renaissance’ driving local development

Indigenous ‘renaissance’ driving local development

First Nations partnerships, developers advancing housing supply and reconciliation
Costs frustrate efforts to build affordable housing in B.C.

Costs frustrate efforts to build affordable housing in B.C.

Industry says clarity on upcoming building targets, support from Ottawa could help
A 'housing bottleneck': Immigration targets exacerbate B.C.'s housing crisis

A 'housing bottleneck': Immigration targets exacerbate B.C.'s housing crisis

The province will have to find housing for the 20 per cent of newcomers it absorbs, on top of current needs.
B.C.’s housing market nears ‘cyclical bottom': RBC

B.C.’s housing market nears ‘cyclical bottom': RBC

Home resale activity is showing signs of stabilizing after dropping to low levels
B.C.’s housing market nears ‘cyclical bottom:’ RBC

B.C.’s housing market nears ‘cyclical bottom:’ RBC

Home resale activity is showing signs of stabilizing after dropping to low levels
Metro Vancouver’s rental vacancy rate drops as demand, prices soar: CMHC

Metro Vancouver’s rental vacancy rate drops as demand, prices soar: CMHC

The rate for purpose-built rentals in the region fell below one per cent last year, while the average asking rent for vacant units jumped 43 per cent year over year
JWest redevelopment project moves forward with new $36M matching challenge

JWest redevelopment project moves forward with new $36M matching challenge

The redevelopment represents the most extensive project in the history of the Jewish community in Western Canada, according to the JWest Capital Campaign.
B.C. scores poor grades on gender equality action: report

B.C. scores poor grades on gender equality action: report

A new report card from West Coast LEAF says the provincial government is failing to meet urgent needs of marginalized people in B.C.
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