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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

Slain Surrey woman's family talks to Pierre Poilievre

Slain Surrey woman's family talks to Pierre Poilievre

Federal Conservative leader speaks to Aron Dunn, father of Tori Dunn
Province, Surrey reach deal on policing transition

Province, Surrey reach deal on policing transition

Province will provide $30 million yearly to assist with transition costs until 2029
B.C. premier pushes for reforms following Surrey woman's murder

B.C. premier pushes for reforms following Surrey woman's murder

Eby says federal bail reform legislation should have prevented Tori Dunn's death – but failed
Province to provide $60.7M for medical school at SFU Surrey

Province to provide $60.7M for medical school at SFU Surrey

Premier David Eby and numerous NDP MLAs hosted an announcement in Surrey Tuesday
Slain Surrey woman's family calls for review of accused's criminal history

Slain Surrey woman's family calls for review of accused's criminal history

Online petition seeks answers in release of Adam Mann, charged with second-degree murder in Dunn's death
'The justice system failed our family': Tori Dunn's father speaks out

'The justice system failed our family': Tori Dunn's father speaks out

Surrey woman's family joins BC Conservative politicians in calling for justice reform
Ontario man charged in connection to Tori Dunn murder

Ontario man charged in connection to Tori Dunn murder

Adam Mann has been charged
Brain fog clinic for army, RCMP veterans opens in Surrey

Brain fog clinic for army, RCMP veterans opens in Surrey

Clinic is accessed virtually across B.C. for help with long COVID, concussions and other conditions
B.C. man charged in trafficking scheme to ship catalytic converters to U.S.

B.C. man charged in trafficking scheme to ship catalytic converters to U.S.

Jasvindar Singh, 50, has been charged
Vigil honours B.C. woman killed in reported home invasion

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

The vigil had two purposes: to remember Tori and to call for justice for her
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