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Brendan Kergin

Brendan Kergin

Brendan Kergin is a born and bred B.C. boy with a part-time penchant for alliteration. A fan of beer, travel and pop culture, you may find he tries to combine all three, to varying degrees of success. He covers politics, social issues and the quirky stories you don't expect, so feel free to reach out and suggest something.

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brendan@vancouverisawesome.com

Recent Work by Brendan

Videos: Furious Vancouver neighbours angry over parking spot get talking-to by police

Videos: Furious Vancouver neighbours angry over parking spot get talking-to by police

"They're so angry and miserable, I don't know why."
Watch: Someone made a BBC-style documentary clip about the English Bay Barge

Watch: Someone made a BBC-style documentary clip about the English Bay Barge

"This is the barge of Sunset Beach."
Vancouver Aquarium's new summer exhibit tells conservation success stories

Vancouver Aquarium's new summer exhibit tells conservation success stories

Success stories include a tortoise, a gecko and a couple snakes.
You can rent a $800 room in Downtown Vancouver as long as you're not scared of heights

You can rent a $800 room in Downtown Vancouver as long as you're not scared of heights

Quite the view to wake up to
Canadian men's soccer team to play game in Vancouver before trip to World Cup

Canadian men's soccer team to play game in Vancouver before trip to World Cup

For the first time since 2019, the team will be taking the field at BC Place.
5 things you (probably) didn't know about Kitsilano Beach and Pool

5 things you (probably) didn't know about Kitsilano Beach and Pool

The beach and pool are classic Vancouver.
Man fatally stabbed at Vancouver park

Man fatally stabbed at Vancouver park

A 26-year-old man has been charged with the homicide
5 things you (probably) didn't know about Massey Tunnel

5 things you (probably) didn't know about Massey Tunnel

It's a true low point in Canada
Update: Iconic Vancouver steam clock smashed

Update: Iconic Vancouver steam clock smashed

Luckily the damage doesn't appear too bad
Vancouver's iconic seawall is once again fully open to the public

Vancouver's iconic seawall is once again fully open to the public

"The Park Board will be initiating conversations with residents about how we should plan for this uncertain future and how our waterfront parks, the seawall and beaches will adapt to our changing climate"