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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

Kelowna karate dominated the dojo at Canadian National Championships

Kelowna karate dominated the dojo at Canadian National Championships

Sensei Paul Atkin won gold in his 24th year of competiting
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
‘Connect’ with West Kelowna’s newest brewery

‘Connect’ with West Kelowna’s newest brewery

After debuting at Beerfest, Connector Brewing opened on Sunday, May 12
PHOTOS: 65th annual Knox Mountain Hill Climb takes place in Kelowna

PHOTOS: 65th annual Knox Mountain Hill Climb takes place in Kelowna

Most of Knox Mountain is closed for the two day event
PHOTOS: Kelowna’s Strongest show their muscles at City Park

PHOTOS: Kelowna’s Strongest show their muscles at City Park

The third annual Kelowna’s Strongest competition took place on Saturday, May 18
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
Okanagan Sun announce 2024 schedule

Okanagan Sun announce 2024 schedule

The season begins on Saturday, July 20 at the Apple Bowl
UPDATE: Crash cleared between Lake Country and Vernon

UPDATE: Crash cleared between Lake Country and Vernon

Late night incident caused morning delays
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
Okanagan College Coyotes heading to playoffs as #1 seed

Okanagan College Coyotes heading to playoffs as #1 seed

The Coyotes finished the regular season 21-10
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