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Brady Strachan

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Kelowna, BC
Reporter and Editor — Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC)
Covers:  politics, crime, human interest stories, agriculture, man vs animal stories, okanagan news, animal vs man stories, accountability stories

Former globetrotter, now a CBC news reporter in Kelowna B.C. #NHLJets fan. Currently on paternity leave, celebrating our baby girl's arrival!

Summerland B.C. girls find cat trapped under trailer for 5 days with newborn kittens

cbc.ca — When 10-year-old Mackenzie Stevens and 11-year-old Isobel Schneider heard a faint meowing coming from beneath a portable trailer at Trout Creek Elementary School in Summerland, B.C., they had no idea there were actually five cats trapped inside the crawl space. "Oh my gosh, there's a cat in there.

2% of endangered badgers in B.C. killed off in 2 days, conservation group says

cbc.ca — The endangered badger population in B.C. took a hit this week after four animals were struck and killed by vehicles on Okanagan highways according to a conservation group that works to protect badgers in the province.

Farmer uses turban to save drowning teenage girl in Kamloops

cbc.ca — A quick-thinking farmer in Kamloops, B.C., used his turban to save a teen who had fallen into the cold waters of a nearby river. Avatar Hothi and his son, Paul, were on their farm near Heffley Creek when they noticed a teen struggling in the North Thomson River close to their farm.

Kelowna condominium spends $260,000 to make building woodpecker-proof

cbc.ca — The sound of a woodpecker rapidly hammering into a hollow tree can evoke feelings of wonder and curiosity about the natural world. But having that 'rat-a-tat-tat' drumming echoing through your bedroom at six in the morning is another thing.

Terry Fox Run in Kamloops faces trouble without organizer

cbc.ca — The annual Terry Fox Run in Kamloops this fall could be in jeopardy if someone doesn't step forward to organize it. April Buder has put together the annual charity run for cancer research for most of the past three decades. But now she's stepping away. "It needs some new blood, some new energy," Buder said.

B.C. hunter sentenced for fatally shooting family's two dogs near Heffley Creek

cbc.ca — A B.C. Supreme Court judge has handed a B.C. hunter a conditional discharge for fatally shooting a family's two dogs in the community of Heffley Creek, north of Kamloops. Forty-eight year old Richard Benton shot an animal he believed was a wolf in December 2013 near Knouff Lake Road, according to the agreed statement of facts presented at the sentencing hearing.

Aggressive panhandling driving away business, say Vernon shop owners

cbc.ca — Aggressive panhandlers are frustrating some business owners in downtown Vernon and the shop owners want the city to take action. Businesses on 30th Avenue say the panhandlers are scaring away customers. "Our clientele is an older, female clientele and an older generation, you know?

100 Mile House rancher solves trespassing case, but claims he can't get RCMP to investigate

cbc.ca — 100 Mile Ranch manager Greg Messner is frustrated by what he calls 'RCMP inaction' on serial trespassing where dirt bikers and ATVers leave ranch gates open for cattle to escape. Messner has spent thousands of dollars in surveillance equipment to catch and identify trespassers coming onto his ranch near 100 Mile House B.C.

Flowers removed from slain Okanagan teen's memorial bench after 5 years

cbc.ca — For the past 5 years Charrie Fitcher has been coming to a lakeside memorial bench in Peachland, B.C. to celebrate the life of her daughter Ashlee Hyatt. Hyatt died at the age of 16 after she was stabbed during a fight outside a Peachland house party in 2010.

Christian care home facility won't allow physician-assisted dying

cbc.ca — A B.C. Christian organization that runs several care homes for seniors across the province won't allow physician-assisted dying at its facilities. Baptist Housing - a Christian provider of care and services for seniors - offers palliative care at some of its locations, but it says its policies won't support the practice of physician assisted-dying.
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Aug 23, 2016

Great night in our local park watching 'The Hip Replacements' belt out all #TheHip's hits. #Kelowna #ParksAlive https://t.co/b9yZiPCCkg

Aug 23, 2016

@AngelaSterritt oh wow! What an amazing opportunity. Amazing backdrop for artistic creation

Aug 23, 2016

RT @robgermain: CHEK News is hiring. 3 Full Time positions: Indigenous Reporter, Digital News Editor and Weekend Anchor / Reporter  http://www.cheknews.ca/about-us/career-opportunities/ 

Aug 22, 2016

@ladurantaye Story is very good, but nowhere near the best on cbc.ca THIS--> Lovestruck B.C. elk gets a cold shower  http://www.cbc.ca/1.1135048 


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