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North Okanagan Video Journalist
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.
Thirty-one people died, the equivalent of one person each day. Continue reading →
Pictures show flames leaping from the roof the of the Saran Fruit Market around 1 p.m. Continue reading →
The province expected the closure to last for three to six weeks. Continue reading →
Chief Byron Louis said the change will help elders who had difficultly getting to medical services in Vernon. Continue reading →
One mall patron, who witnessed the anti-mask protest, described seeing around 20 to 30 thirty people not wearing masks and singing ‘O Canada.’ Continue reading →
Ruth Blencoe was headed to work on a snowy February day in 2019 when she lost control and crossed into oncoming traffic. Continue reading →
A Shuswap resident has come forward with concerns that a report she made to police about the disappearance of Ashley Simpson was never followed up on. Continue reading →
The health region is currently looking at prioritizing people living in long-term care homes, the elderly, and staff in long-term care facilities and ICUs. Continue reading →
Concerns have been raised about Interior Health withholding COVID-19 case counts at individual schools. Continue reading →
Kenneth Daniel Large was sentenced to 18 months in jail and three years of probation after he plead guilty to possessing child pornography. Continue reading →
Police said witnesses told the RCMP there was a man sitting in a vehicle in the Superstore parking lot who appeared to be loading bullets into the magazine of a handgun. Continue reading →
The World Religions Conference is moving online. Continue reading →
When Sagmoen was given a time-served sentence on an assault charge last June, Crown counsel argued a lengthy and restrictive probation would ensure public safety Continue reading →
A proposal from a Vernon man inspired some to take to their sidewalks for two minutes of silence at 11 a.m. Continue reading →
The 47-year-old father of two died in October after experiencing ‘a cardiac medical emergency at home,’ according to the district. Continue reading →