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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

Hail storm causes flooding along White Rock's waterfront

Hail storm causes flooding along White Rock's waterfront

Marine Drive between Oxford street and Anderson Street was closed due Saturday to flooding
B.C. has reduced wait times for CTs, MRIs: report

B.C. has reduced wait times for CTs, MRIs: report

Health Minister Adrian Dix speaks in Surrey to provide an update on medical imaging across B.C.
Two-alarm apartment fire extinguished in Surrey

Two-alarm apartment fire extinguished in Surrey

No injuries were reported
Meghan Agosta inspiring girls to play hockey, in light of PWHL

Meghan Agosta inspiring girls to play hockey, in light of PWHL

‘Sky’s the limit’ says 3x Olympic gold medalist
‘I am the happiest mother on Earth,’ says Surrey woman after family moves into new affordable home

‘I am the happiest mother on Earth,’ says Surrey woman after family moves into new affordable home

Province announced official opening of 100 new affordable units at a press conference Jan. 16 in Surrey
Langley hockey team to host ‘Sharma Night’ to honour teen killed in crash with 2 friends

Langley hockey team to host ‘Sharma Night’ to honour teen killed in crash with 2 friends

Dec. 30 will raise funds for a scholarship in Ronin Sharma’s name
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
Santa Claus arrives at Surrey Memorial Hospital by helicopter, visits children

Santa Claus arrives at Surrey Memorial Hospital by helicopter, visits children

Jolly old elf delivered gifts to children in pediatric units in six hospitals in B.C.
UPDATE: 2-month-old Surrey girl found safe in Chilliwack after Amber Alert

UPDATE: 2-month-old Surrey girl found safe in Chilliwack after Amber Alert

Police say she was last seen around 176 Street and 48 Avenue
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.
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