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Andree Lau

Editor-in-chief, HuffPost Canada

Andree Lau is the editor-in-chief of HuffPost Canada after serving as managing editor of news. She helped launch HuffPost B.C. in 2012 and later also managed HuffPost Alberta. Lau previously worked for CBC News as a TV reporter, videojournalist, writer/producer, and online editor in Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Toronto, Ottawa, Regina, and New Brunswick. 

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ICBC Refund Cheques Will Be In the Mail

ICBC customers who want to find out if the public auto insurer owes them money will have to wait for a letter in the mail. ICBC will be informing affected customers in the next 90 days and mailing re...
04/16/2014 01:37 EDT
B.C. SPCA

Tainted Hot Dogs Left Out For Pets

The RCMP is investigating homemade hot dogs stuffed with pills that were left on a rural road popular with people walking their dogs in Courtenay, B.C. Someone found the food along Headquarters Road a...
03/13/2014 12:20 EDT

B.C. Family Doctors Just Phone Call Away

Patients in B.C. will soon be able to consult their family doctors by phone in a new program announced Friday by the provincial health ministry and the B.C. Medical Association. The program called "A...
02/22/2013 02:16 EST
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Help Solve Abbotsford Hit And Run

Police in Abbotsford, B.C. are asking the public to help solve an apparent hit and run that killed Shaminderjeet Kaur Brar. Brar, 34, was reported missing on Feb. 12 and was found six days later on t...
02/21/2013 03:14 EST
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The Best B.C. Blogs Of 2012

Our blog community feels like one of those cocktail parties that you don't ever want to end. Since The Huffington Post B.C. launched this August, we've been honoured to have dozens of British Columbians contribute their diverse experiences, opinions and voices to our website.
12/23/2012 11:35 EST
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Hiker Survives 45M Canyon Plunge

A Vancouver man is lucky to be alive after plunging about 45 metres down an embankment earlier this month. The unnamed 24-year-old was hiking on a pathway along the canyon near Capilano Park Road on A...
08/20/2012 06:02 EDT
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B.C.'s Police Watchdog Ready To Shock People

Richard Rosenthal says he's ready to make a mark as B.C.'s first independent police monitor by investigating serious incidents involving officers in a timely and transparent way that the province has...
08/16/2012 08:20 EDT
Andree Lau

We're Live From B.C.

From the outside, British Columbia is a gorgeous place to live. Whether you've called this province home your whole life or you've only been here for a month, I can bet you've spontaneously stopped and looked up at the Rockies, over the Pacific or just smelled that sharply fresh post-rain air and said, "Wow." From the inside, British Columbians are under pressure. Costs are climbing, affordable housing is laughable, and the environment remains vulnerable.
08/16/2012 07:59 EDT
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Reviled Ex-Canuck Got How Much?

Vancouver Canucks’ fans are seething over Mark Messier’s arbitration victory that awarded him a $6-million settlement from the team. The Vancouver Sun reports that the recent decision by a New-York ba...
08/03/2012 01:41 EDT