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Jules joined the Global Okanagan team in 2017 after spending nearly four years reporting and producing in Saskatchewan.
Some of the stories she’s covered include the high school shooting in La Loche, Saskatchewan’s wildfires, Husky Energy’s oil spill and the northern suicide crisis.
Jules has a Bachelor of Commerce degree from UBC and a post-graduate certificate in journalism from Langara College.
In her spare time, you can find Jules camping or hiking around the Okanagan, playing sports or on her bike.
What was planned as a COVID-safe meet-and-greet for a newborn baby took a horrific turn in an instant for a Kelowna family. Continue reading →
RCMP said they’re now following up with a woman who allegedly spat on a Penticton liquor store worker after he asked her to put on a mask. Continue reading →
Possible rules around short-term rentals are starting to take shape for West Kelowna residents, and an online questionnaire is expected to launch Monday. Continue reading →
The company says that renewable natural gas can be generated from biomass wastes, including sawdust, wood chips, hog fuel, municipal solid waste and paper. Continue reading →
For British Columbians who have been feeling under the weather over the last few months but were never tested for COVID-19, there’s now a way to find out if they’ve had the virus. Continue reading →
The Kelowna Fire Department said it received several calls about flames and smoke coming from a building on the 5500 block of Lakeshore Road around 4:30 p.m. Continue reading →
Crystal Wood and her family gave up their city lives to move to a 33-acre farm in Salmon Arm and build a retreat that she hopes will help other survivors of child sexual abuse. Continue reading →
An 11-kilometre stretch of road between Rogers Pass summit and Beaver Valley Road will be closed intermittently as crews carry out avalanche control. Continue reading →
Mount Boucherie Estate Winery said a guest who had dined at its restaurant on Saturday, Nov. 14 has a confirmed case of COVID-19. Continue reading →
The latest provincial health orders relating to COVID-19 have prompted the City of Kelowna to adapt or suspend a number of services until at least Dec. 7. Continue reading →
Interior Health said a staff member has tested positive for COVID-19, but no residents are experiencing symptoms at this time. Continue reading →
The South Okanagan Similkameen Medical Foundation has under $500,000 to go in what started out as a $3-million fundraising effort last spring. Continue reading →
Many residents and businesses in Kelowna said they weren’t surprised to see the new provincial health order that mandates masks in many indoor settings. Continue reading →
The COVID-19 gargle test is now available for adults in the Okanagan, and Interior Health says it’s just as effective as the swab test up the nose. Continue reading →
The inside of a downtown Kelowna apartment building was bear-sprayed Thursday morning, according to Kelowna RCMP. Continue reading →