Articles by Bhinder
- All eyes on Calgary, undecided voters as Albertans hit the polls
- B.C. premier defends housing policies at town hall
- B.C. businesses will shoulder $6.5B due to government taxes, programs: report
- Opposition says leaked document shows radiation waits may be longer than reported
- Plan to send B.C. cancer patients to U.S. for treatment gets mixed reaction
- CEO of B.C. non-profit housing provider steps down following damning review
- Drama, defections, and drugs: B.C.'s spring legislative session wraps up
- B.C. taking steps to protect people from having intimate images shared online without consent
- B.C. city councillor proposes ban on open drug use
- Province unveils plans to address worker shortages
- Trying to deny bail to alleged criminals may result in more people being set free, experts say
- No more fee-based physician program: B.C. Medical Services Commission reaches deal with Telus Health
- $20M to repair Science World dome promised in B.C. tourism announcement
- B.C. government and opposition at odds over bail data
- Opposition leader wants crack and opioids banned from B.C. beaches and parks
- Premiers, police chiefs to hold virtual meeting to discuss violent crime
- B.C. premier outlines measures to address safety on transit
- Here's how much the minimum wage is set to increase in B.C.
- B.C. to become first province in Canada to mandate nurse-to-patient ratios
- 'Disappointing' federal budget leaves several B.C. asks unfilled
Bhinder Sajan is a reporter with CTV News Vancouver.
She works in Victoria, covering news about politics in the province, from the CTV News Vancouver bureau at the legislature.
Together with photojournalist Chris Brinton, the duo covers what’s happening with politics and policy, but also looks at stories impacting the capital region.
Bhinder is a seasoned reporter with experience producing, reporting, and anchoring in TV, radio and print. She has extensive experience with breaking news as she’s covered local, national and international news stories. She’s previously worked for CBC and Omni.
Bhinder received a Jack Webster Foundation Fellowship for up and coming journalists in 2012 and attended the prestigious Poynter Institute in the United States. She also has a degree in Sociology.
Bhinder returned home to Vancouver Island in January 2015 to take on her new role.