Based in Vernon, Megan covers the North Okanagan and beyond.
A keen follower of current events from an early age, Megan had to buy a parka to get her start in broadcasting.
Her first job was as the court beat reporter for CJCD Mix 100 in Yellowknife, NWT.
She followed that up with stints as a video journalist for Global Okanagan and as a reporter at Radio NL in Kamloops.
Born and raised in Calgary, Megan considers herself lucky to call BC’s beautiful interior home.
In her free time she enjoys testing out new recipes and exploring BC’s back country.
The video clips show someone a bicycle peddling away from the scene. Continue reading →
In general, the taxi company manager believes fare shirking is connected to drug use in the community. Continue reading →
In late October, 161 homeless people were counted in the city. Continue reading →
Police said the car was stolen from a home on George Street in Enderby before being ditched in the river. Continue reading →
The latest water testing results from the Vernon School District are in. They were released after Global News filed a Freedom of Information request. Continue reading →
Services Canada has leased one the the units in the former Woolworths’ building on Vernon’s main street. Continue reading →
The husband and wife on the motorcycle were sent airborne as a result of the collision and both suffered serious injuries requiring surgery. Continue reading →
Nov. 2 was Nicole Bell’s 33rd birthday. However, for the second year in a row, the mother of three is not celebrating it with her loved ones. Continue reading →
The Kelowna Fire Department received multiple 911 calls around 11 p.m. about a Dodge Journey that was fully engulfed in flames on Yates Road. Continue reading →
The win moves the Rocket’s record to 7 wins and 10 losses. Continue reading →
Confusion reigns on Ebus’ first day of operations in British Columbia. Continue reading →
It’s the end of an era for Greyhound in western Canada, as the bus company shuts down its routes across B.C. and the Prairies on Wednesday night. Continue reading →
“What my wife and I would truly like is (for) somebody to come forward anonymously and say where she is,” said the father of missing woman Ashley Simpson. Continue reading →
“We’ve already seen quite a number of trees come tumbling through. The concern now is that the homes in this area might be affected.” Continue reading →
The regional district has been given the green light to borrow $25-million for the project. Continue reading →