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Jacqueline Gelineau

Jacqueline Gelineau

I'm a reporter who is passionate about science, equity, the environment and providing the public with accessible information. I joined the team at Capital News in November 2021 after relocating to Kelowna from Saskatoon. I have a Bsc. in agriculture from the U of S where I majored in environmental science. I look forward to growing as a journalist and am always eager to hear unique perspectives and learn something new.
My dog Ranger is often by my side as my 'assistant reporter' and adventure buddy.

Email
jacqueline.gelineau@kelownacapnews.com

Recent Work by Jacqueline

Secret society steals, restores Kelowna gnomes

Secret society steals, restores Kelowna gnomes

A mysterious secret society stole, restored and returned a Kelowna man's gnomes in a mischievous act of kindness
'You shattered her life': 3 years for sexual assault of young Kelowna woman

'You shattered her life': 3 years for sexual assault of young Kelowna woman

A man from Newfoundland was sentenced to spend three years in prison after sexually assaulting a Kelowna woman while she slept
Kelowna woman wins worlds longest off-road bike race

Kelowna woman wins worlds longest off-road bike race

Kelowna's Meaghan Hackinen has won the 2024 Tour Divide, bike race which runs from Banff to New Mexico
Eritrean refugee reunites with friend on the pitch in Kelowna

Eritrean refugee reunites with friend on the pitch in Kelowna

Friends from across the world reconnect in Kelowna after 18 years apart
Kelowna woman bikes Banff to New Mexico in world's longest off-pavement race

Kelowna woman bikes Banff to New Mexico in world's longest off-pavement race

Kelowna's Meaghan Hackinen takes on gruelling Tour Divide bike race
Kelowna 'vexatious litigant' faces sentencing for assault, contempt

Kelowna 'vexatious litigant' faces sentencing for assault, contempt

David Lindsay is guilty of assaulting an Interior Health security guard at an anti-COVID mandate protest
West Kelowna wildfire victim demands climate action on Parliament

West Kelowna wildfire victim demands climate action on Parliament

Women impacted by climate change from across B.C. came together in Ottawa to demand change on June 6
Repeat child sex offender back in Kelowna court

Repeat child sex offender back in Kelowna court

A man with multiple convictions relating to child sexual abuse named Taylor Dueck remains in custody
‘Enhanced security’ expected at Kelowna UBCO graduation amidst protests

‘Enhanced security’ expected at Kelowna UBCO graduation amidst protests

Both the UBCO graduation organizers and the People’s University for Gaza UBCO have made statements ahead of the June 6 and 7, convocation
Case for Naramata mother killed in gang conflict continues in Kelowna

Case for Naramata mother killed in gang conflict continues in Kelowna

Two alleged gang associates who are accused of killing the mother of a rival gang member will remain behind bars while awaiting a trial date
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