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Twila Amato

Twila Amato

Before joining the Black Press Media team, Twila was a radio reporter based in northern Vancouver Island, reporting for stations in the Comox Valley, Campbell River, Port Alice, Port Hardy, as well as Powell River. She won the Jack Webster Student Journalism Award while at BCIT and before then, received a degree in ancient and modern Greek history from McGill University. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, singing show tunes, collecting lipstick and hanging out at Sephora.

Phone
778-738-0627
Email
twila.amato@blackpress.ca

Recent Work by Twila

Black Press Media Weekly Roundup: Top headlines this week

Black Press Media Weekly Roundup: Top headlines this week

Here are some of the news items from the Okanagan-Shuswap
Fundraisers launched for two men displaced by Kelowna house fire

Fundraisers launched for two men displaced by Kelowna house fire

Nathan Noble and Nicholas Pichler were two of the four displaced by the fire
Kelowna Women’s Shelter uses November to raise awareness of domestic violence

Kelowna Women’s Shelter uses November to raise awareness of domestic violence

November is Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Kelowna RCMP investigating racist bus attack

Kelowna RCMP investigating racist bus attack

The incident happened on the evening of Oct. 31
Tim Hortons Smile Cookie campaign raises more than $56K for YMCA Okanagan

Tim Hortons Smile Cookie campaign raises more than $56K for YMCA Okanagan

Proceeds from the campaign will fund the YMCA Okanagan’s child care programs
Kelowna company encourages people to make the switch on World Vegan Day

Kelowna company encourages people to make the switch on World Vegan Day

Vejii is available in Canada and the U.S.
Proof of vaccination required at Kelowna International Airport

Proof of vaccination required at Kelowna International Airport

Starting on Oct. 30, passengers going through YLW will need to show proof of vaccination
Proof of vaccination required at Kelowna International Airport

Proof of vaccination required at Kelowna International Airport

Starting on Oct. 30, passengers going through YLW will need to show proof of vaccination
Black Press Media Weekly Roundup: Top headlines this week

Black Press Media Weekly Roundup: Top headlines this week

Here’s what happened in the Okanagan-Shuswap this week
Food-conditioned bears still active in Okanagan neighbourhoods: WildsafeBC

Food-conditioned bears still active in Okanagan neighbourhoods: WildsafeBC

Bears typically start to slow down and move back to natural areas during this time
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