Articles by Bhinder
- Fraser Valley commuters left in lurch as transit workers strike
- B.C. pledges $479M to help TransLink avoid 'death spiral'
- B.C. approves $3.2-billion Cedar LNG project, announces new emissions rules
- The bail reform B.C. ministers want to see from the federal government
- 'Please pass this bill': Families voice support for legislative amendments intended to prevent suicide
- B.C. government spending $200M to increase food security
- Budget 2023: Province looking to ‘incentivize’ secondary suites
- B.C. budget: $4.2B deficit forecast as province spends on health care, housing, affordability
- B.C. to continue spending, deficits expected in coming budgets
- 'This place felt like a torture chamber': Former NDP cabinet minister calling it quits
- Next week's B.C. budget could bring $1B for mental health and addictions: report
- Mortgage rates behind increasing unaffordability: B.C. housing minister
- Early election for B.C.? Nope, says Eby, despite poll suggesting residents expect one this year
- Former B.C. premier John Horgan to step down as MLA
- B.C. labour outlook forecasts 1M job openings over next decade
- Businesses brace for looming economic slowdown, ask for break on taxes
- David Eby's first throne speech delivered without him
- B.C. opposition leader proposes 'radical' mental health and addictions plan
- B.C. premier 'optimistic' ahead of health-care meeting with Trudeau
- B.C. reveals plan for decriminalization of small amounts of drugs for personal use
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.