Doris Maria Bregolisse


An accomplished radio, print and TV journalist, Doris joined Global Okanagan in 2004. A graduate of BCIT’s Broadcast Journalism program in 1992, Doris has received awards from the BC Association of Broadcasters and BC Radio and Television News Directors Association. During her time with Global Okanagan, Doris has anchored many of the daily news programs and now can be found anchoring the weekly 6:30pm newscast and continues to report on stories from around the Okanagan Valley. She enjoys spending time with her family and loves an active life in the Okanagan Valley.

November 10, 2015 8:36 pm

Undercover police targeted by car-jacker

It’s difficult to say who was more surprised; the undercover police officers or a man who was trying to car-jack their vehicle. Surrey RCMP say the suspect grabbed one of the undercover police officers from the driver’s seat and tried to pull him out of the vehicle. Continue reading 

November 7, 2015 1:29 am

Rockets defeat Winterhawks on U.S. roadtrip

Tyson Baillie scored twice Friday night to help the Kelowna Rockets defeat the Portland Winterhawks 5-4. Nick Merkley had a goal and three assists. Calvin Thurkauf and Rodney Southam picked up the other points for Kelowna. The Rockets took three goals on power plays. Continue reading 

November 6, 2015 1:19 am

Plans to re-open Mount Baldy for Christmas go downhill

Mount Baldy Ski Resort is likely to remain closed despite an announcement in October of a Christmas season re-opening. “Unfortunately, none of the potential purchasers or operators has arranged financing needed to buy the resort or to operate it,” says G-Force Group in a press release sent to Global Okanagan News Thursday night. Continue reading 

November 4, 2015 2:01 am

Muslims engage Okanagan audiences curious about the religion

Misconceptions about the Muslim religion have prompted a series of speaking engagements in the Okanagan, including one that drew more than 100 Monday night to UBC Okanagan. “We’ll be discussing the primary beliefs of Muslims, who they are, how diverse the religion is, where they come from, and things like that,” says Navaid Aziz from the Islamic Information Society of Calgary. Continue reading 

October 30, 2015 12:10 am

‘Field of Screams’ draws thousands to O’Keefe Ranch

More than 9,000 have already taken in the corn mazes on the first three nights of the ‘Field of Screams: The Harvest’ exhibition, surpassing previous years. “You get the young teens, the young adults, and senior citizens all going through it,” says O’Keefe Ranch General Manager Glen Taylor. “They’re all having fun and a big smile on their face.” Continue reading 

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