Jaimie Kehler

Jaimie Kehler is a web writer, producer and broadcaster based in Kelowna, B.C. She has also worked for CBC News in Toronto and Ottawa. To contact her with a story, email jaimie.kehler@cbc.ca.

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12-metre tree root pulled from B.C. storm drain

When a storm drain backed up in Osoyoos, B.C., over the weekend, a 12-metre tree root was the last thing crews expected to find.

Police investigate after body found in vehicle in Kelowna's Myra Canyon area

RCMP are investigating what they call the sudden death of a 54-year-old man whose body was found in a vehicle in rural Kelowna.

South Okanagan village wants to ban camping at party spot

If the Village of Keremeos gets its way, partiers could soon face new bylaws and fines at an unofficial camping location near the Similkameen River.

Meet the 'Sudoku Guy,' B.C.'s internet puzzle sensation

Kelowna resident Robin Jarman has produced more than 80 web tutorials teaching people how to play sudoku. The videos have been viewed 1.5 million times and he has more than 9,000 subscribers to his YouTube channel.

Deadly crash raises questions about Highway 3 road maintenance

Angry residents in the East Kootenay are demanding answers about privately contracted highway maintenance along Highway 3 after three people died in a crash on Saturday.

Meet B.C.'s snow-shovelling, beer-fetching, vacuuming dog

A 125-pound Newfoundland dog in B.C.'s Shuswap region can operate a snow blower and roast hotdogs over an open fire, among other things.

As teacher shortage bites, B.C. school district hires non-certified 'replacements'

The North Okanagan-Shuswap School District is hoping to hire non-certified teacher 'replacements' to supervise and instruct classes due to a shortage of certified on-call teaching staff.

Teenagers face charges after allegedly ramming school buses together in Kelowna

2 young men — ages 18 and 19 — face charges after allegedly ramming school buses together in a church parking lot in Kelowna, B.C.

Students demand better mental-health services at Okanagan College

The Okanagan College Students' Union says there is a shortage of counsellors available for students in need of mental-health care at its Kelowna, B.C. campus.

Creating poetry connects First Nations youth with elders

As part of the Elder Project, Indigenous youth in B.C. partner with an elder to conduct interviews and write poetry about their life. The 18th edition of the book series was just released in Salmon Arm.