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Brittany Webster

Brittany Webster

I am a video journalist with Black Press Media. I joined the team in March 2022 and have taken every opportunity thrown my way, including training with Central Okanagan Search and Rescue and the Kelowna Fire Department, taking to the water with the Royal Canadian Navy, and capturing the devastating aftermath of wildfires. I grew up in Ontario, moved west to start my career in TV and radio in 2018, and have been living in Kelowna since February 2020. I'm a research nerd and love getting story tips from the community.

Phone
778-738-1052
Email
brittany.webster@blackpress.ca

Recent Work by Brittany

PHOTOS: Hundreds get inked at annual tattoo show in Kelowna

PHOTOS: Hundreds get inked at annual tattoo show in Kelowna

The show was held at the Kelowna Curling Club
No overnight changes to wildfire south of Princeton

No overnight changes to wildfire south of Princeton

Residents on alert should have a grab-and-go bag ready
PHOTOS: Bulls beat pros at PBR in Kelowna

PHOTOS: Bulls beat pros at PBR in Kelowna

Jared Parsonage was the only cowboy with two successful rides
Merritt hospital emergency room closed until Monday morning

Merritt hospital emergency room closed until Monday morning

The Nicola Valley Hospital emergency department will reopen July 22 at 8 a.m.
UPDATE: Fire between West Kelowna, Vernon being held

UPDATE: Fire between West Kelowna, Vernon being held

The fire was discovered at 7:42 p.m.
Vancouver Canucks surprise Kelowna woman on 105 birthday

Vancouver Canucks surprise Kelowna woman on 105 birthday

Dorothy Palmer has been a lifelong fan of the Vancouver Canucks
VIDEO: Indoor play space opens in Kelowna for year-round fun

VIDEO: Indoor play space opens in Kelowna for year-round fun

The centre is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Kelowna RCMP search for stolen pontoon boat

Kelowna RCMP search for stolen pontoon boat

The boat was stolen overnight between July 16 and 17
VIDEO: Clock stops in Kelowna, provincial debt over $112 billion

VIDEO: Clock stops in Kelowna, provincial debt over $112 billion

Canadian Taxpayers Federation is demanding more fiscal discipline from all levels of government
Kelowna vacationers stay calm after man enters camper, refuses to leave

Kelowna vacationers stay calm after man enters camper, refuses to leave

The suspect was arrested for mischief and theft
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