Author Archives: Lloyd Nellas


  This week we saw NHL teams rush to make moves before the trade deadline, 2 NBA records broken, and the beginning of the MLS. Tune in to hear our hosts Mackenzie Britton and Lloyd Nellas recap it all, provide … More →

Afternoon Debrief

1.Snowstorm warning for the Fraser Valley Environment Canada has issued a winter storm warning for the Fraser Valley, a long a snowfall warning for mountain passes leading to B.C.’s interior and the Sea to Sky highway. ¬†The area is expected … More →

3 Stories to look out for today

1.TransLink supports ride shares Head of TransLink Kevin Desmond told a legislature committee that he approves of ride hailing services for transit commuters across Metro Vancouver. Desmond cited Seattle’s transit ridership growth after companies like Uber and Lyft entered the … More →

The Afternoon Debrief

1. Vancouver Mayor won’t seek re-election October, 20 2018 will be Mayor Gregor Robertson’s last day in office. In his Facebook post Robertson says he came to the decision while taking time off during this holidays. His run will be … More →

3 stories to look for today

1. VPD open up about 2017 Stanley Park Homicide The Vancouver Police revealed that while the attack that lead to 69 year old Lubomir Kunik was random they also believe that it was premeditated. Kunik and the suspect, 29 year … More →

The Afternoon Debrief

These are the days most important stories. 1.No Bail for Bacon The BC Supreme Court denied Jamie Bacons plea for bail this morning. Bacon will appear in court in April for conspiracy to commit murder. Last month a judge stayed … More →

3 Stories to Look Out for this Morning

These are the stories our newsroom will be following. 1. Bacon denied bail The BC Supreme Court has denied Jamie Bacons request for bail. Bacon is set to appear in court in April for conspiracy to commit murder. In December … More →

The Afternoon Debrief 1/8/18

These are the 5 news stories you need to know for Monday the 8th. 1.Lower mainland Violence¬† The City of Surrey had its first reported homicide after targeted attacks took place there and in Vancouver this weekend. RCMP and paramedics … More →

BCIT Magazine – November 30th 2017

On this week’s edition of BCIT Magazine our reporters covered the sad events that took place in Abbotsford, housing, and how to stay waste free during the holidays.

Are you doing enough to stay secure online?

Dr. Aaron Hunter of the School of Computing and Centre for Cyber Security at BCIT says no. While the provincial government released numbers this month saying that 70% of Canadians have experienced cyber crime, Hunter says that a lot of … More →