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Sobia Moman

Sobia Moman

Sobia Moman is a news and features reporter with the Peace Arch News. She joined the team after graduating from journalism school in May 2022.

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sobia.moman@peacearchnews.com

Recent Work by Sobia

B.C. school district removes 4 books from reading list, citing racial equity

B.C. school district removes 4 books from reading list, citing racial equity

To Kill a Mockingbird among tomes pulled, but still available for ‘responsible’ use
Two 16-year-olds charged in Surrey shooting targeting

Two 16-year-olds charged in Surrey shooting targeting

Simranjeet Singh, a reported associate of Nijjar, had his home sprayed with bullets Feb. 1
Two 16-year-olds arrested in Surrey shooting targeting Sikh activist

Two 16-year-olds arrested in Surrey shooting targeting Sikh activist

Simranjeet Singh, a reported associate of Nijjar, had his home was sprayed with bullets
Surrey shooting linked to Sikh temple president’s killing: Gurdwaras council

Surrey shooting linked to Sikh temple president’s killing: Gurdwaras council

Sikh groups claim activist Simranjeet Singh targeted in Feb. 1 incident
B.C. reptile rescue centre re-opening delayed, industry’s future questioned

B.C. reptile rescue centre re-opening delayed, industry’s future questioned

Rebuild after fire faces hurdles, the few rescue centres remaining in B.C. face uncertain future
From hospital to homeless: B.C. man’s experience part of larger trend

From hospital to homeless: B.C. man’s experience part of larger trend

Surrey Memorial Hospital providing motel service for ‘vulnerable’ but more beds needed, say advocates
Truck driver who smuggled 80 kgs of cocaine into B.C. fled to India: police

Truck driver who smuggled 80 kgs of cocaine into B.C. fled to India: police

Raj Mehmi was sentenced in absentia to 15 years in prison
B.C. mom organizes holiday toy exchange to help parents fight inflation

B.C. mom organizes holiday toy exchange to help parents fight inflation

Families are feeling pressure this Christmas amid rising costs, says toy swap organizer
B.C. teacher suspended after ‘sacred cow’ assignment traumatized students

B.C. teacher suspended after ‘sacred cow’ assignment traumatized students

Controversial assignment in a Social Justice class led a student to self-harm: report
Lack of heat in some B.C. portables has students learning in jackets, gloves

Lack of heat in some B.C. portables has students learning in jackets, gloves

‘It shouldn’t be November 1 and we still don’t have heat,’ Surrey teacher union
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