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Jacqueline Gelineau

Jacqueline Gelineau

I'm a reporter in the beginning stages of my career. I joined the team at Capital News in November 2021 after relocating to Kelowna from Saskatoon. I'm particularly passionate about writing about crime, controversy, science, and animals. In fact, my dog Ranger often accompanies me on my adventures! When I'm not busy chasing a story, you can find me hitting the trails around Kelowna, running and biking.

Phone
778-738-1057
Email
jacqueline.gelineau@kelownacapnews.com

Recent Work by Jacqueline

EXCLUSIVE: Woman speaks out after Vernon change room accusation

EXCLUSIVE: Woman speaks out after Vernon change room accusation

Transgender woman in Vernon accused of exposing teens to male genitalia in a public change room
‘Students are worth it’: B.C. teachers stand by SOGI amid threats

‘Students are worth it’: B.C. teachers stand by SOGI amid threats

B.C. 2SLGBTQIA+ teachers speak out amidst threats
Interior Health remembers life of board chair

Interior Health remembers life of board chair

Dr. Doug Cochrane was a pediatric neurosurgeon and leader in B.C.’s medical community for more than 3 decades
Vernon queer community ‘disheartened’ after drag show cancellation

Vernon queer community ‘disheartened’ after drag show cancellation

Freida Whales had been scheduled to perform at Status Nightclub in Vernon on Feb. 10
Man wanted in connection with Vancouver murder arrested in Kelowna

Man wanted in connection with Vancouver murder arrested in Kelowna

Lloyd Robinson was arrested at a house in Kelowna in connection with the 2023 murder of Jonathan Bulloch
2024 B.C. cherry season the pits after ‘devastating’ cold snap

2024 B.C. cherry season the pits after ‘devastating’ cold snap

The B.C. Cherry Association expects 2024 harvests to be ‘dramatically reduced’
B.C. murder and mutilation trial to continue after psych assessment

B.C. murder and mutilation trial to continue after psych assessment

Gabriella Sears facing charges in the grisly 2021 Kelowna death of Darren Middleton
Super silly sculptures for Super Bowl at Kelowna Save-On-Foods

Super silly sculptures for Super Bowl at Kelowna Save-On-Foods

8 sculptures celebrate the spirit of the Super Bowl at Kelowna’s Save-On-Foods
No solutions: UBCO tower causes permanent evacuation of Kelowna businesses

No solutions: UBCO tower causes permanent evacuation of Kelowna businesses

The construction of the new downtown UBCO tower campus has caused damage to neighbouring businesses
Central Okanagan school a leader in education through an Indigenous lens

Central Okanagan school a leader in education through an Indigenous lens

The Indigenous Art course at Mount Boucherie Secondary School empowers students to learn in a unique way
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