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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

Kelsey Serwa’s journey from growing up on Big White to gold at the Olympics

Kelsey Serwa’s journey from growing up on Big White to gold at the Olympics

Kelsey is the grand-daughter of Big White co-founder Cliff Serwa
Coquihalla, Highway 3 expecting 15-20 cm of snow

Coquihalla, Highway 3 expecting 15-20 cm of snow

Snow will be heaviest through Friday night and into Saturday morning
RCMP warns dangers of sextortion following youth death in B.C.

RCMP warns dangers of sextortion following youth death in B.C.

In 2023 so far, the Kelowna RCMP have received more than 100 reports of online sextortion
UPDATE: Athlete dies in significant crash near Kamloops university

UPDATE: Athlete dies in significant crash near Kamloops university

The crash happened around 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 29; two others suffered serious injuries
Climbing that Big White mountain: the birth of Kelowna’s signature ski hill

Climbing that Big White mountain: the birth of Kelowna’s signature ski hill

Best friends they were 12, Cliff Serwa and Doug Mervyn created Kelowna’s ski resort
Freezing rain, ice on the way to Okanagan, Kootenays: Environment Canada

Freezing rain, ice on the way to Okanagan, Kootenays: Environment Canada

The freezing rain is expected to start around midnight
UPDATE: Okanagan Connector reopen after hazardous vehicle fire

UPDATE: Okanagan Connector reopen after hazardous vehicle fire

The fire is between Brenda Mine Road and Trepanier Road, hazardous fumes in the area
‘Snowshed protocol’ in place for Coquihalla as snow hits Okanagan highways

‘Snowshed protocol’ in place for Coquihalla as snow hits Okanagan highways

The Coquihalla is expected 25-40 centimetres of snow
Coquihalla, Highway 1 and 3 expecting 20-30 cm of snow this weekend

Coquihalla, Highway 1 and 3 expecting 20-30 cm of snow this weekend

There is currently no weather alert for the Okanagan Connector
Vehicle incident, snowy conditions affecting traffic on Okanagan Connector

Vehicle incident, snowy conditions affecting traffic on Okanagan Connector

The incident occurred between Sunset Main Road and Brenda Mines Road