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 telling stories as a reporter as she travels around the Okanagan Valley. She enjoys spending time with her family and loves an active life in the Okanagan Valley.
A member of the UBC Okanagan Heat coaching team may still be in hot water after making comments on social media regarding the B.C. teachers vote Thursday night. Continue reading →
Matthew Foerster’s lawyer has filed a Notice of Appeal in his conviction for first degree murder of 18-year-old Taylor Van Diest. Continue reading →
The number one barrier in Kelowna is affordability, according to a UBC Okanagan professor who has overseen several housing studies in the Okanagan city. Continue reading →
KELOWNA, B.C. – “We’ve been storm troopers of the British Empire, which is why it’s not called the English Empire” says author and Scottish historian Jack Whyte. Whyte has called Canada home for 45 years, but is now pulling for his homeland to gain independence from Britain. “Nobody knows which way that particular cat is… Continue reading →
“There will be a sigh of relief that for six years, this is done,” says Susan Bauhart, president of the Central Okanagan Teachers Association. “Because teachers are done. Seriously. They’re ready to be back.” Continue reading →