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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

Kelowna murder, mutilation trial continues to chug along in court

Kelowna murder, mutilation trial continues to chug along in court

Gabriella Sears is charged with second degree murder and interfering with human remains after the body of her friend and co-worker Darren Middleton was found on her bathroom floor
Movie night fundraiser for Summerland Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre

Movie night fundraiser for Summerland Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre

The Interior Wildlife Rehabilitation Society is hosting a movie night to fundraise to buy a portable X-ray machine
Kelowna Ultimate Frisbee programs ready for summer flings

Kelowna Ultimate Frisbee programs ready for summer flings

Free frisbee for kids and an opportunity to meet ultimate pals
Accused Kelowna murderer denied bail after waiting nearly 2 years for trial

Accused Kelowna murderer denied bail after waiting nearly 2 years for trial

Zablan was charged with first degree murder after the body of Fung Sheng Lau was found in Okanagan Lake on July 29, 2022
UBCO engineering students tackle threat of climate change, wildfires

UBCO engineering students tackle threat of climate change, wildfires

The Design and Innovation Day symposium is taking place across the UBCO campus on April 12
3 teen wrestlers represent the Central Okanagan at nationals

3 teen wrestlers represent the Central Okanagan at nationals

Caleb Trudeau, Max Sabey and Leo Aaron competed at nationals in Ontario on the weekend of April 6
Kelowna women finishes first in grueling Ozark bike race

Kelowna women finishes first in grueling Ozark bike race

Meaghan Hackinen was the first female and third overall finisher at the Ozark Doom race in Arkansas
Free child-care resources coming to Central Okanagan YMCAs

Free child-care resources coming to Central Okanagan YMCAs

The Child Care Resource and Referral Program will be at YMCAs in Peachland, West Kelowna, Kelowna and Lake Country
Teens in 90’s grunge band to rock at Kelowna’s Revelry

Teens in 90’s grunge band to rock at Kelowna’s Revelry

Freeze the Fall will perform at the Revelry on April 6
Kelowna woman pleads guilty to 2020 Black Mountain death

Kelowna woman pleads guilty to 2020 Black Mountain death

Matthew Cholette, was found dead outside of a townhouse complex in Black Mountain in 2020
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