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Anna Burns

Anna Burns

I started with Black Press Media in the fall of 2022 as a multimedia journalist after finishing my practicum at the Surrey Now-Leader. I am an award-winning photojournalist and love taking photos of people in their element.
I love telling stories about people and what they are passionate about. Mental health, non-profits and health care are some of my beats.

Phone
604-575-5335
Email
anna.burns@surreynowleader.com

Recent Work by Anna

Police cleared in collision that flipped protesting B.C. farmer’s tractor

Police cleared in collision that flipped protesting B.C. farmer’s tractor

IIO finds police did not commit an offence in Nov. 25 Surrey crash that injured Chilliwack man
Issue impacting debit, credit machines owned by Moneris resolved

Issue impacting debit, credit machines owned by Moneris resolved

Moneris says it experienced ‘intermittent network slowness’ for a short time Saturday
Police chase tractor down Highway 1 in Surrey; ends in crash

Police chase tractor down Highway 1 in Surrey; ends in crash

“One person has been taken in to police custody and transported to local area hospital,” police say.
18-year-old facing murder charge after stabbing outside B.C. high school

18-year-old facing murder charge after stabbing outside B.C. high school

Mehakpreet Sethi was killed outside Tamanawis Secondary school in Surrey
Teaching Support Staff Union pickets outside Simon Fraser University

Teaching Support Staff Union pickets outside Simon Fraser University

University says its ‘focused on resolving this difficult situation as quickly as possible’
B.C. girl dashes to warn neighbours about fire that displaced more than 20

B.C. girl dashes to warn neighbours about fire that displaced more than 20

No injuries were reported in the three-alarm blaze
Surrey man fined almost $900 for painting badminton court on city street

Surrey man fined almost $900 for painting badminton court on city street

B.C. Civil Resolution Tribunal rules that Lian Gong Tu must pay half of what city was asking for
List of B.C.’s ‘scariest and least-wanted trick-or-treaters’ unveiled with actors

List of B.C.’s ‘scariest and least-wanted trick-or-treaters’ unveiled with actors

Crime Stoppers offers reward of up to $5,000 for anonymous information that leads to an arrest
Newest deployment of B.C. police dogs already sniffing out crime

Newest deployment of B.C. police dogs already sniffing out crime

7 teams from police dog school in Alberta helped Mounties nab suspects last week
B.C. business uses team of bloodhounds to search for lost pets

B.C. business uses team of bloodhounds to search for lost pets

Pet Searchers Canada boss started the enterprise when his own dog was lost
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