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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

'Huge honour': 5 athletes named to Central Okanagan Sports Hall of Fame

'Huge honour': 5 athletes named to Central Okanagan Sports Hall of Fame

The five new inductees will officially join the hall of Nov. 21
West Kelowna duplex suffers heavy damage from early morning fire

West Kelowna duplex suffers heavy damage from early morning fire

West Kelowna fire crews received reports of the Last Road fire at 2:30 a.m. on Wednesday, June 12
7 Okanagan restaurants deemed top 100 in Canada for outdoor dining

7 Okanagan restaurants deemed top 100 in Canada for outdoor dining

Need a spot for outdoor dining? OpenTable has it uncovered
Kelowna RCMP investigate sexual assault attempt at Mission Creek Park

Kelowna RCMP investigate sexual assault attempt at Mission Creek Park

Kelowna RCMP are looking for a 50-60 year old man who attempted to sexual assault a woman at Mission Creek Park on Sunday, June 9
PHOTOS: Coast 2 Coast international hockey tournament takes Kelowna

PHOTOS: Coast 2 Coast international hockey tournament takes Kelowna

The tournament took place from June 4 to 9 at MNP Place
PHOTOS: 17th annual Kelowna Pride march, festival celebrates and welcomes all

PHOTOS: 17th annual Kelowna Pride march, festival celebrates and welcomes all

Thousands marched from Stuart Park to City Park to celebrate the 2SLBGTQIA+ community
Get your honky-tonks ready for new Nashville-style music festival in Lake Country

Get your honky-tonks ready for new Nashville-style music festival in Lake Country

A new music festival is set to take over Lake Country in a couple weeks
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
‘Everyone loves dinosaurs’: New exhibit opens for the summer at Kelowna museum

‘Everyone loves dinosaurs’: New exhibit opens for the summer at Kelowna museum

The Dinosaurs of BC exhibit is at Okanagan Heritage Museum from June 6 to Sept. 30
Stanley Cup viewing party to take place at Kelowna’s Prospera Place

Stanley Cup viewing party to take place at Kelowna’s Prospera Place

Watch game one of the cup finals on the 32-foot screen for just $10; all proceeds going to the YMCA
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