Chantelle Bellrichard

Lecturer and Web Producer
phone 604 822 6688
location_on Sing Tao 303, School of Journalism, Writing, and Media

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Chantelle Bellrichard is a sessional lecturer and web producer at the School of Journalism — and a journalist currently working as a reporter with the Indigenous Unit at CBC.

She co-teaches the Reporting in Indigenous Communities course, which was created by adjunct professor and CBC journalist Duncan McCue. She also spends a lot of time with the Integrated Journalism course as a web producer.

As a journalist, Chantelle has worked in a variety of roles at the public broadcaster since starting out in the Vancouver newsroom in 2012.

In 2016 she was part of a CBC team that was awarded the Canadian Hillman Prize for an investigation that examined unsolved cases of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls across Canada.

Outside of her work at CBC, she’s done freelance work with a variety of news outlets as a researcher and reporter. She also hosted a pair of documentaries for VICE.

Chantelle is an alumni of the School of Journalism.


Chantelle Bellrichard

Lecturer and Web Producer
phone 604 822 6688
location_on Sing Tao 303, School of Journalism, Writing, and Media

Chantelle Bellrichard is a sessional lecturer and web producer at the School of Journalism — and a journalist currently working as a reporter with the Indigenous Unit at CBC.

She co-teaches the Reporting in Indigenous Communities course, which was created by adjunct professor and CBC journalist Duncan McCue. She also spends a lot of time with the Integrated Journalism course as a web producer.

As a journalist, Chantelle has worked in a variety of roles at the public broadcaster since starting out in the Vancouver newsroom in 2012.

In 2016 she was part of a CBC team that was awarded the Canadian Hillman Prize for an investigation that examined unsolved cases of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls across Canada.

Outside of her work at CBC, she's done freelance work with a variety of news outlets as a researcher and reporter. She also hosted a pair of documentaries for VICE.

Chantelle is an alumni of the School of Journalism.

Chantelle Bellrichard

Lecturer and Web Producer
phone 604 822 6688
location_on Sing Tao 303, School of Journalism, Writing, and Media

Chantelle Bellrichard is a sessional lecturer and web producer at the School of Journalism — and a journalist currently working as a reporter with the Indigenous Unit at CBC.

She co-teaches the Reporting in Indigenous Communities course, which was created by adjunct professor and CBC journalist Duncan McCue. She also spends a lot of time with the Integrated Journalism course as a web producer.

As a journalist, Chantelle has worked in a variety of roles at the public broadcaster since starting out in the Vancouver newsroom in 2012.

In 2016 she was part of a CBC team that was awarded the Canadian Hillman Prize for an investigation that examined unsolved cases of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls across Canada.

Outside of her work at CBC, she's done freelance work with a variety of news outlets as a researcher and reporter. She also hosted a pair of documentaries for VICE.

Chantelle is an alumni of the School of Journalism.