- 80% of Metro Vancouver bus routes slower than 5 years ago: TransLink
- New Netflix show: Seth Rogen leads David Chang on a Vancouver food tour
- Both Tri-City candidates win by fewer than 350 votes
- Greta Thunberg coming to 'post-election' climate strike in Vancouver
- Chilliwack hero has fingers amputated after trying to save man from train
- There's still time to place 2019 election bets
- Federal election day polls close in British Columbia
- Pedestrian hit by van in Burnaby
- Cyclist has 'life-threatening injuries' after Surrey collision, police say
- Ridings to watch: Will traditionally Tory Pitt Meadows-Maple Ridge swing back to blue?
- B.C. festival-goers' drugs contain only expected substance 2 out of 3 times: study
- B.C. announces $3.64M to train more caregivers for seniors
- Overnight break-ins on the rise in Surrey: RCMP
- Richmond bans vaping ads on city property
- Vancouver hosts hackathon to solve congestion
- B.C. man dies after 'serious incident' on Whistler mountain biking trail
- Abbotsford hospital fundraising for cancer dental care
- First probable vaping-related illness found in B.C.
- Momofuku opening Vancouver restaurant
- Murder trial for Rocky Rambo Wei Nam Kam will continue in January
Megan is an award-winning multimedia journalist who first joined CTV Vancouver's web team in 2017.
Her reporting experience is varied and global. She's covered Britain's historic referendum to exit the European Union, written about Indigenous language revitalization in Vancouver and broken stories about health care in Canada's prison system. Her work has won a prestigious EU fellowship, two RTDNAs and several Canadian Online Publishing Awards.
She has a background in science and enjoys reporting health stories, especially on preventative care, mental health, communicable diseases and innovation.
She has a Master of Journalism from the University of British Columbia, where she was a fellow in the 2017 International Reporting Program. She travelled to Bangalore, India to produce a multimedia story on farmers battling the city’s concrete expansion that was published on BBC World.
She also has a Bachelor's degree from the University of Western Ontario, where she was a news editor at The Western Gazette.
She grew up in Toronto, but is calling Vancouver home for now. In her free time, she likes to hike and explore the mountains. For more, visit MeganDevlin.com.