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Jacqueline Gelineau

Jacqueline Gelineau

I'm a reporter in the beginning stages of my career. I joined the team at Capital News in November 2021 after relocating to Kelowna from Saskatoon. I'm particularly passionate about writing about crime, controversy, science, and animals. In fact, my dog Ranger often accompanies me on my adventures! When I'm not busy chasing a story, you can find me hitting the trails around Kelowna, running and biking.

Phone
778-738-1057
Email
jacqueline.gelineau@kelownacapnews.com

Recent Work by Jacqueline

1 week update: UBCO Pro-Palestine encampment demands action

1 week update: UBCO Pro-Palestine encampment demands action

An encampment is demanding that the university divests from companies complicit in the ‘Palestinian genocide’
‘More than just my race’: B.C. artist raps about life as a minority

‘More than just my race’: B.C. artist raps about life as a minority

Tae Hauk grew up in Kelowna as one of the few visible minorities in his community
Former Kelowna bookkeeper guilty of fraud to spend 6 years in jail, pay $1M

Former Kelowna bookkeeper guilty of fraud to spend 6 years in jail, pay $1M

Carey Earl has been found guilty of defrauding Access Human Resources, an agency that helps adults with disabilities
Kelowna encampment calls on UBC to divest from ‘Palestinian genocide’

Kelowna encampment calls on UBC to divest from ‘Palestinian genocide’

A Pro-Palestine encampment was set up at the UBC Okanagan campus on May 13
Evacuation alert issued for Traux Creek wildfire near Lillooet

Evacuation alert issued for Traux Creek wildfire near Lillooet

The blaze is located north west of Lillooet
Kelowna city councillor B.C. NDP’s newest candidate

Kelowna city councillor B.C. NDP’s newest candidate

Loyal Wooldridge will be campaigning for a spot at the B.C. Legislature in Kelowna’s newest riding
Flurries expected on B.C. high mountain passes

Flurries expected on B.C. high mountain passes

Highway alerts are in effect for the Coquihalla and Highway 3 on Monday May 6
‘I just about became a missing, murdered woman’: Kelowna Red Dress march

‘I just about became a missing, murdered woman’: Kelowna Red Dress march

Red Dress Day is an annual movement to honour missing and murdered Indigenous people
Kelowna business owner denies gang ties, sued again by government

Kelowna business owner denies gang ties, sued again by government

Province looks to seize 9 properties alleged to have been purchased with proceeds from crime
‘Some may go days without water’: No working tap at Kelowna’s Tent City

‘Some may go days without water’: No working tap at Kelowna’s Tent City

The water tap has been broken and turned off for seven months
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