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Jordy Cunningham

Jordy Cunningham

I am a reporter for Black Press Media's Kelowna Capital News and West K News. Hailing from Ladner, B.C., I have been passionate about sports, especially baseball, since I was young. In 2018, I graduated from Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops with a Bachelor of Journalism degree, all while playing on the baseball team for five years. During my studies, I realized that writing about sports every day would be a dream come true, leading me to pursue the journalism program. Between 2017-19, I served as the Media Relations Assistant for the Vancouver Canadians, a Toronto Blue Jays affiliate. Here at Kelowna Capital News and West K News, I mainly cover Kelowna's sports beat, and I strive to be the first to break a story.

Phone
778-738-1055
Email
jordy.cunningham@kelownacapnews.com

Recent Work by Jordy

Okanagan Connector, Coquihalla expecting 70 km/h winds

Okanagan Connector, Coquihalla expecting 70 km/h winds

Winds are expected to be 70 km/h with gusts reached 90 km/h
Kelowna singer serenading Edmonton Oilers to Stanley Cup win

Kelowna singer serenading Edmonton Oilers to Stanley Cup win

Singer Jayson Bendera is growing on social media with his new Edmonton Oilers song for the Stanley Cup Finals
Wanted 68-year-old man frequents Okanagan, Vancouver Island, Calgary

Wanted 68-year-old man frequents Okanagan, Vancouver Island, Calgary

BC Highway Patrol is on the lookout for James Bertram Haneveld
Small amount of snow continues to fall on Okanagan highways

Small amount of snow continues to fall on Okanagan highways

Environment Canada’s special weather warning is still in effect for four highways
Snow falls on Coquihalla, Okanagan Connector ahead of long weekend

Snow falls on Coquihalla, Okanagan Connector ahead of long weekend

Environment Canada expected 2-5 cm on snow on four B.C. highways
5 Interior B.C. highways could see snow ahead of long weekend

5 Interior B.C. highways could see snow ahead of long weekend

2-5 cm of snow is expected on the Coquihalla, Rogers Pass and elsewhere
‘In the right headspace’: Kelowna’s Abby Cook and Boston ready for PWHL playoffs

‘In the right headspace’: Kelowna’s Abby Cook and Boston ready for PWHL playoffs

Cook and her teammates take on Montreal in the first round, starting on Thursday
Vancouver Canucks flag raised at B.C. Legislative ahead of second round series

Vancouver Canucks flag raised at B.C. Legislative ahead of second round series

Premier David Eby and many MLAs were in attendance
Kelowna, Victoria breweries coming home with hardware from World Beer Cup

Kelowna, Victoria breweries coming home with hardware from World Beer Cup

Breweries in North Vancouver and Whistler also won awards
Alberta businessman donates $1.5 million for new cancer therapy suite in Kelowna

Alberta businessman donates $1.5 million for new cancer therapy suite in Kelowna

“It’s an honour to give back,” states Marshall Eliuk
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