Doris Maria Bregolisse

Anchor/Reporter

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.

February 12, 2016 1:54 am

Model train club maintains Summerland’s past

For the last 19 years, Summerland history has been preserved by model train enthusiasts. While most of the original group of retirees who created the Giant’s Head model railway in the Summerland Museum have since passed away, a group of six men gather faithfully every Thursday night to keep the railway and replica town working. Continue reading 

February 11, 2016 2:01 am

Investor pitch helps Kelowna company get exposure

“You can be giving away gold bars, but if no one knows you exist, no one is going to show up and knock at the doors,” says Aquassure CEO Matthew Longman. Longman and his wife Shari McDowell asked the CBC ‘Dragons’ Den’ investors panel for $320,000 in exchange for 30 per cent of the company. Continue reading 

January 27, 2016 11:08 pm

UPDATE: Avalanche mitigation work will close Trans-Canada Thursday periodically

The Trans-Canada Highway Through Glacier National Park will be shut down for five hours Thursday afternoon to assist crews performing avalanche control. The information about the 1 p.m to 6 p.m. closure on Highway 1 was posted Wednesday afternoon on DriveBC.ca. The 20.2 km closure is between the West Boundary of Glacier National Park and the Rogers Pass Summit. Continue reading 

January 22, 2016 1:56 am

Okanagan farmer wants valley entirely organic to protect honey bees

An Okanagan man who keeps the largest organic vineyard in Canada says everyone can do more to help save the honey bee. “Every orchardist, every vineyard person, every backyard gardener, no more pesticides. And also, leave 10 per cent on all your land as wild space and forage. Let the wild mustards grow, let the dandelions grow, let it all happen. It’s worth it.” Continue reading 

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