Chelsey Mutter
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Chelsey Mutter holds a bachelor of communication with journalism major, from Mount Royal University.

After graduation she worked with CBC Calgary in both TV and radio.

She?d fallen in love with video journalism during her time at Southampton Solent University in the UK, and is excited to be back on-camera reporting with Castanet.

In her off time, Chelsey can be found practicing yoga, browsing record shops, or exploring the Okanagan on her bike or on a hike.
Latest Articles from Chelsey Mutter

Caetani Centre culture days

Sep 24, 2023 / 5:00 pm

Photo: Caetani Centre The Caetani Centre is taking part in BC’s Culture Days by offering self-guided tours and a library event. Culture Days is a public art campaign taking which takes place from Sept. 22 to Oct. 15 this year. “For

Work closes 15th Street

Sep 24, 2023 / 10:00 am

Photo: City of Vernon Vernon drivers are being advised to take a detour next week if travelling along 15th Street. The street between Pottery Road and Highway 6 will be closed starting at 7:30 a.m. on Tuesday. Local and business traffic

Bioblitz on Otter Lake

Sep 22, 2023 / 6:00 pm

Photo: North Okanagan Naturalists' Club Science enthusiasts are invited to Otter Lake in Spallumcheen for a day of learning. The Invasive Species Council of BC and the North Okanagan Naturalist’s Club will be at the lake for a

Splatsin reconciliation walk

Sep 22, 2023 / 11:07 am

Photo: Splatsin First Nation On Truth and Reconciliation Day, Splatsin First Nation invites the public to join it in honouring children who never returned home and survivors of residential schools. Sept. 30 marks National Day for Truth and

Fuel Good raises $13,000

Sep 22, 2023 / 9:54 am

Photo: Armstrong Regional Co-op More than $13,000 will be donated to local non-profits and charities, thanks to residents fuelling up at Armstrong Regional Co-op gas bars. Sept. 19 was Co-op’s Fuel Good Day, when 10 cents from every

Vernon hotels lost $3M

Sep 22, 2023 / 4:00 am

Photo: Trip Advisor Vernon hoteliers lost between $2.5 million and $3 million following late-August travel restrictions triggered by the B.C. Interior wildfire crisis, Tourism Vernon estimates. Torrie Silverthorn with Tourism Vernon says

Pop-up bars ready to roll

Sep 22, 2023 / 4:00 am

Chelsey Mutter A Vernon couple is ready to party with their fleet of mobile pop-up bars. Jarrett Chung-Smith and Jordin Trueman purchased the Tapped Events fleet in June and have spent their time getting to know the ins and outs of the business. “Everyone

'Abrupt, early end'

Sep 21, 2023 / 4:00 am

Photo: City of Vernon Summer tourism was on a roll in Vernon until an Interior travel ban was enacted due to wildfires in the region. “When the travel ban came into effect, Vernon hotels went from roughly 95 per cent full to nearly

Winter clothing drive

Sep 20, 2023 / 6:00 pm

Photo: HOPE Outreach Okanagan Leaves are beginning to change in the Okanagan, and local non-profits are beginning to plan for the impending winter season. HOPE Vernon is hosting its annual Winter Clothing Drive on Sunday. People are welcome

Spotlight series returns

Sep 20, 2023 / 6:00 pm

Photo: Ticketseller.ca No one will escape aging. That’s the message behind In My Body, the first performance of the Vernon and District Performing Arts Centre’s 2023-24 Spotlight Dance Series. On Thursday, Sept. 21 at 7:30



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