David Zura

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Born and raised minutes from Motown, in Windsor Ontario, I got my start in radio and print in Canada's southernmost city before opportunities reporting and anchoring for television brought me to Muskoka and eventually North Bay. More recently, I served Kingston as a Videojournalist and News Director for an app-based company. Beautiful Vancouver British Columbia is home now and I'm excited to get to know my new community by serving as a multimedia reporter & anchor at 98.3 FM!

BC ferry service to go under microscope

The province says it's shipping up to will begin a review of the coastal ferry service in BC to evaluate how well it's meeting...

Driver suffers medical emergency behind the wheel, off duty officer jumps into action

A motorist who nearly died from a medical emergency on the Port Mann bridge has an off-duty New Westminster Police officer to thank for...

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The tree is up, the tinsel is on and all that's missing is a glass of eggnog. Little do you realize the electrical tape...

Seal pups returned to the wild following rehabilitation

The busiest rescue season in the history for the Vancouver Aquarium Marine Mammal Rescue Centre is winding down, with more than 200 seal pups,...

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Parents of École Rose-des-vents Elementary School say they've had enough. A community rally Wednesday morning brought an ultimatum to the doorstep of Attorney General...

Missing something? West Van police find stolen vehicles full of stolen items

A weekend investigation by the West Vancouver Police Department has ended with the arrest of two suspects and the recovery of three stolen vehicles....

Hit and run involving young girl may have left truck visibly damaged

An 11-year-old girl is recovering from non-life threatening injuries after a hit and run last Thursday. New Westminster Police say the girl was hit as she...

New photos released from West Van Police following gunfire incident

West Vancouver Police are sharing new photos of two vehicles of interest following a gunfire incident that happened in October. The shots were fired at...

Vancouver council gives thumbs-up to 2018 budget

Today Vancouver City Council today approved a $1.407 billion operating and $426.4 million capital budget for the upcoming year. Some highlights from the 2018 spending...

New travel tips, rules and technology you’ll want to know about this holiday

The holidays are approaching fast and the Vancouver area's busiest airport is bracing for the busiest season ever with an estimated 78,000 passengers expected...
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