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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

Surrey Food Bank welcomes new executive director

Surrey Food Bank welcomes new executive director

Kim Savage's first day at the food bank was June 5
KPU alumnus receives award for mental health advocacy

KPU alumnus receives award for mental health advocacy

Kev Kokoska received the distinguished alumni award
Car Free Day brings pedestrian-friendly fun to Newton

Car Free Day brings pedestrian-friendly fun to Newton

Annual street festival brought crowds to downtown Newton June 8
Fraser Health issue drug alert for Surrey

Fraser Health issue drug alert for Surrey

Drugs being sold as Fentanyl contain high concentrations of Medetomidine
Thousands attend last Ugly Potato Day event at South Surrey farm

Thousands attend last Ugly Potato Day event at South Surrey farm

Food security initiative moves to Cloverdale Rodeo Fairgrounds this summer
Power restored around King George Blvd and HWY 10 after crash

Power restored around King George Blvd and HWY 10 after crash

Police in Surrey advised motorists to avoid the area Friday afternoon (June 7)
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.
Surrey hospital part of 'groundbreaking' clinical trial

Surrey hospital part of 'groundbreaking' clinical trial

Trial examines two commonly used antibiotics
‘Out of sight’: Surrey sex worker lobbies for protection of vulnerable women

‘Out of sight’: Surrey sex worker lobbies for protection of vulnerable women

Surrey needs a shelter space for sex workers that is run by them
Rainbow gala celebrates diversity and excellence in Surrey

Rainbow gala celebrates diversity and excellence in Surrey

Surrey Pride Society hosted gala and awards at City Hall
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