Articles by Jen St. Denis
- After 50 years in politics, Richmond Councillor Harold Steves says he won't seek re-election
- Vancouver orchestra, Dan Mangan, health care staff team up to perform 'All You Need Is Love'
- Photographers around the world capture rare comet
- Woman robbed and sexually assaulted near King George station: RCMP
- House cleaner was sexually assaulted by employer, human rights tribunal rules
- Two tow trucks needed to rescue spectacularly stuck SUV at Crescent Beach
- BCCDC warns of COVID-19 exposure on flight from Mexico City to Vancouver
- One man dead in Abbotsford shooting
- Two Kelowna hotels identified for early July COVID-19 exposure, more locations to come
- 18 months house arrest for B.C. physiotherapist who sexually assaulted multiple patients
- Vancouver artist's COVID-19 mural gets second life as a pop bottle
- One person dead after fire in downtown Vancouver
- Burnaby man wanted on sexual assault charges found after six-month search
- Donations reach $1 million for B.C. baby who needs world’s most expensive drug
- Vancouver strip club closed after second person tests positive for COVID-19
- Burnaby Public Library reopens and eliminates fines
- Trail RCMP officer charged in connection with alleged misconduct
- Coquitlam RCMP seek witnesses to 'intense' arrest involving a hammer
- COVID-19 deaths rise to 8 at Holy Family Hospital
- Luxury fishing lodge plans to reopen despite Haida Nation’s COVID-19 precautions
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August 2020: Jen St. Denis is no longer with CTV News Vancouver.
Jen St. Denis is an online reporter based in Vancouver.
She joined CTV News Vancouver in 2019; previously, she covered housing, real estate and city politics for the Toronto Star’s Vancouver bureau, Star Vancouver. Her work has also appeared in the Tyee, the South China Morning Post, Business in Vancouver, the North Shore News and the Vancouver Courier.
Jen’s reporting has drawn attention to the plight of renters facing eviction in Metro Vancouver as housing costs spiked in 2016.
Her investigative reporting on a condo built in Vancouver’s vulnerable Downtown Eastside neighbourhood found the development, known as Sequel 138, had delivered few of the promised benefits.
Jen completed the journalism certificate program at Langara College in 2012.