Jennifer Chrumka has worked with CBC stations across British Columbia. She's an award-winning journalist whose work has been featured on shows like The Sunday Edition and Unreserved.
Latest from Jennifer Chrumka
Harassment, bullying, racism allegations against 2 senior leaders at B.C. university under investigation
Two senior administrators at a B.C. university are under investigation after several current and former staff and faculty members came forward with allegations of anti-Indigenous racism and bullying behaviour. One of them is also accused of sexual harassment.
Provincial doctor shortage crisis gets political in Kamloops
The city of Kamloops is seen as ground zero for the doctor shortage crisis, where as many as 30,000 patients are looking for a physician.
Mobile consumption sites to open in Kamloops 'for sure within 6 months'
Interior Health told Kamloops city council that it will be several months before two proposed mobile supervised consumption sites will be up and running.
Count reveals hidden problem of youth homelessness in Kamloops
The first-ever homeless count specifically targeting youth in Canada has identified 56 homeless youth — a dramatic increase in the six to eight homeless young people the city thought it had.
Olympic-style tournament in the works for Kamloops
The City of Kamloops is in the planning stages of a new tournament called the Tournament Capital Games. The organizers of 11 different sports have already signed up to compete in a three-day event which will take place in September.
'Indigenizing' TRU: university launches storytelling series
Thompson Rivers University wants to become the university of choice for Aboriginal learners. In an effort to raise awareness of First Nation culture and history on campus they are launching an online storytelling series called Towards Indigenizing Higher Ed.
Unfinished Kamloops condo draws the ire of neighbours
The Mission Hill condo project has been sitting half finished for years in Kamloops. City council got an earful this week from a citizen who said the building is an "absolute eyesore" and demanded to know when construction will resume.
Kamloops to become B.C.'s first Bee City
Kamloops is the first city in B.C. and the third in Canada to earn the designation. It will now work to create healthy ecosystems for bees throughout the city.
Mobile mammogram clinic travels through B.C. Interior
The BC Cancer Agency’s breast-screening clinic travels throughout the province, catching cancer earlier.
Vavenby, B.C., residents without tap water 1 week after diesel spill
Residents of the community of Vavenby have been ordered not to use their tap water after a transport truck slid into the North Thompson River a week ago, spilling hundreds of litres of diesel fuel.