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Lindsay William-Ross

Lindsay William-Ross

Lindsay is the Managing Editor of Vancouver Is Awesome. A fifth-generation Vancouverite and life-long foodie, Lindsay also serves as a judge for the Vancouver Magazine Restaurant Awards and writes V.I.A's "Forking Awesome" newsletter. Previously the Food Editor of Daily Hive, Senior Editor of Vancity Buzz, and Editor-in-Chief of LAist.com, in her past life in L.A. she earned a Master's in English, attended cooking school, did improv, and taught English at CSULA. Lindsay's first published piece was in 1980 in The Province: her letter to Santa. When she's not working or at a restaurant, she's probably watching "Law & Order: SVU."

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Recent Work by Lindsay

'We cannot sustain these disruptions': Asian comfort food restaurant closes due to Broadway Subway construction

'We cannot sustain these disruptions': Asian comfort food restaurant closes due to Broadway Subway construction

Another business says it can't survive being in the construction zone
'Expect considerable delays': Epic snowfall in Metro Vancouver causing TransLink service issues

'Expect considerable delays': Epic snowfall in Metro Vancouver causing TransLink service issues

Metro Vancouver's transit agency is in severe weather response mode today.
'The most unique winter celebration in B.C.': PNE announces new holiday event

'The most unique winter celebration in B.C.': PNE announces new holiday event

Lights, concerts, holiday fun: Vancouver's getting a new Christmas season event
B.C. is dropping the 'vaccine passport' program April 8. Here's what you need to know.

B.C. is dropping the 'vaccine passport' program April 8. Here's what you need to know.

But don't get rid of your proof of vaccination just yet — you might still need it.
Massive Vancouver rally for peace shows solidarity with Ukraine (PHOTOS + VIDEO)

Massive Vancouver rally for peace shows solidarity with Ukraine (PHOTOS + VIDEO)

"Ukraine resists, and Ukraine will win," said one speaker.
Driver killed in single-car crash in Vancouver early Saturday morning

Driver killed in single-car crash in Vancouver early Saturday morning

The driver lost control and slammed into a concrete SkyTrain track pillar.
Adorable pups saved from 'deplorable conditions' need help with emergency care costs

Adorable pups saved from 'deplorable conditions' need help with emergency care costs

"Chuck and Stu are the sweetest little bundles of fur with so much love to give."
BCIT students petition for in-person classes to be postponed

BCIT students petition for in-person classes to be postponed

Students reportedly "feel extremely vulnerable and uncomfortable" about having to return to campus classrooms Jan. 10
B.C. bars, nightclubs ordered closed, restaurant groups restricted under new public health orders

B.C. bars, nightclubs ordered closed, restaurant groups restricted under new public health orders

You won't be ringing in 2022 at a bar or nightclub in Vancouver, or anywhere else in B.C.
B.C. not participating in Canada-wide wireless emergency alert test Wednesday

B.C. not participating in Canada-wide wireless emergency alert test Wednesday

The rest of the country will take part in the test, with a message sent out via cellphone, radio, and TV
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