Douglas Quan Reporter
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Douglas Quan is a Vancouver-based reporter for the Star. Prior to joining the Star, he worked for the National Post, Postmedia News and The Press-Enterprise in Riverside, Calif. He graduated from the University of British Columbia and has a master's degree in journalism from Columbia University.

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95 Articles
over 1 year ago
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‘I don’t think it ever stops’: These Montreal siblings lost their father on 9/11. Twenty years la...

Garrett and Zoe Doyle were just toddlers when their father died in the South Tower of the World Trade Center. They mo...

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over 1 year ago
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Saudi official in exile in Canada admits he made at least $385M — and says there’s ‘nothing unusu...

Saad Aljabri, the high-profile former Saudi intelligence official now exiled in Toronto, has given his most full-thro...

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over 1 year ago
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In Manitoba, a hint at the challenges vaccine certificates could bring: ‘We’re just going by the ...

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said the federal government will work on an ‘internationally accepted proof of vacc...

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over 1 year ago
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Conspiracy theories. Donald Trump followers. Pandemic sees rise in right-wing extremism online in...

A study by the U.K.-based Institute for Strategic Dialogue warns of a potential rise in right-wing extremist activity...

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over 1 year ago
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Canada is now more vaccinated than the United States — but some regions are falling behind

Most rural areas have seen fewer cases of COVID-19 than urban centres, so there may not be the same level of concern ...

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over 1 year ago
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Freedom-fighting ‘daredevil’ or right-wing ‘warrior’? Meet John Carpay — the man behind the taile...

The spotlight was on John Carpay this week, after he admitted having a Manitoba judge tailed by a private investigator.

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over 1 year ago
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‘My shop, my rules’? These businesses asked customers to keep wearing masks — then felt the backlash

Some small shops that have struggled during the pandemic are now being harassed and targeted with negative reviews af...

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over 1 year ago
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Aftermath of B.C.’s deadly heat wave: paramedics on stress leave, politicians pointing fingers an...

Claims of chronic understaffing, a report that warned of heat wave deaths in 2019 — B.C. is looking for answers after...

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over 1 year ago
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Who sparked the Lytton wildfire? The answer relies on detective work, science and getting on your...

In B.C., investigators are beginning the slow, methodical process of scanning the charred landscape to try to determi...

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over 1 year ago
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‘In the first 14 hours, we were alone’: First Nations leader blasts B.C. government over wildfire...

Mike Farnworth, B.C.’s public safety minister, acknowledged early communication with First Nations leaders ‘didn’t li...

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over 1 year ago
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A faith tested? How Indigenous Catholics are facing Canada’s residential school reckoning

Among calls for a papal apology, many remain faithful to the church, drawing a line between their religion and the si...

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over 1 year ago
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Canada’s citizenship study guide for newcomers is getting an ‘unvarnished’ makeover. Here’s how i...

Canada’s guide to citizenship, introduced in 1947, is getting a long overdue rewrite to include ‘darker moments’ in o...

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