The emergency department at Kelowna General Hospital was under lockdown Monday evening. Patients at the main door were also being screened.
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.
A Mountie is under scrutiny for his alleged conduct towards a Kelowna family in court, which is prompting questions over his ability to testify in criminal cases.
Hundreds of Merritt residents were allowed to return to their properties on Saturday, but there is growing anger that some people have still not been allowed back.
A Kelowna woman claims she was inappropriately touched on her private parts during a massage with an Indigenous healer, according to allegations made in civil court documents.
The Town of Princeton said its water pumps are overheating and failing, which means that water for residents in the downtown core will be shut off.
Volunteers rushed to help save the herd that had been stuck in fast-moving floodwater for up to 12 hours overnight in B.C.’s Lower Nicola region.
It’s been five years since a B.C. woman died during a day of picnicking and canoeing with her husband, but the story around her death continues to unfold.
Health officials are voicing concern over doctors offering potentially-fraudulent vaccine exemptions as COVID-19 restrictions remain in place.
On the same day that there was a tragic fatal accident in Penticton, ambulances were delayed for three other calls, according to the daily dispatch list.
It’s been more than five years since Arlene Westervelt died while canoeing with her husband in Lake Country, but the story surrounding her death continues to unfold.
As more of our lives move online, experts are warning people and businesses to be extra careful about data breaches, particularly as there is an uptick in cyber attacks.
The Penticton and Kelowna Rotary clubs are working to raise funds to help eradicate polio worldwide. Polio infrastructure has been used to help respond to COVID-19.
Emergency crews rushed to a severe vehicle collision near the corner of Kelowna’s Richter Street and Doyle Avenue on Sunday afternoon. The intersection was closed.
Emergency crews were called to a three-vehicle crash on the highway south of Penticton between Pineview Drive and Sandhill Road around 1 p.m. on Saturday.
Staff at the City of Kelowna are hoping council will give the green light for a five-year renewal of a hotel tax used to fund tourism-marketing and projects.