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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

Vigil honours B.C. woman killed in reported home invasion

Vigil honours B.C. woman killed in reported home invasion

Friends and family gathered Saturday to pay tribute to Tori Dunn, a 30-year-old woman whose life was cut short Sunday.
Remembering Tori Dunn: Campaign helps family of Surrey homicide victim

Remembering Tori Dunn: Campaign helps family of Surrey homicide victim

Saturday night vigil will pay tribute to 'warm-hearted' woman
Surrey Police officer charged with speeding in crash

Surrey Police officer charged with speeding in crash

Constable will remain on the job pending outcome of court process
How intimate partner violence can damage the brain: B.C. study

How intimate partner violence can damage the brain: B.C. study

Surrey, Nanaimo, Cowichan, Kelowna all taking part in a UBC study aimed at improving the diagnosis of brain injuries in survivors
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.
Poilievre talks election promises, slams Trudeau during Surrey stop

Poilievre talks election promises, slams Trudeau during Surrey stop

Federal Opposition Leader continues his attacks on Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government
4th man charged in killing of Surrey’s Hardeep Singh Nijjar: Police

4th man charged in killing of Surrey’s Hardeep Singh Nijjar: Police

Amandeep Singh, 22, faces 1st-degree murder and conspiracy to commit murder charges
Police officers recount final minutes of fatal B.C. hostage taking

Police officers recount final minutes of fatal B.C. hostage taking

Coroner’s inquest hears testimony from ERT members who shot Randy Crosson in Surrey in 2019
Lethal force the only option in Surrey, B.C. hostage-taking, inquest hears

Lethal force the only option in Surrey, B.C. hostage-taking, inquest hears

Coroner’s inquest into deaths of couple killed by police in Whalley in 2019 opened April 16
Surrey rejects B.C.’s $250M ‘final offer’ for transition to city police

Surrey rejects B.C.’s $250M ‘final offer’ for transition to city police

B.C. Solicitor General says Surrey policing transition will still continue, despite city opposition
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