B.C. oil refinery project touted in Kelowna

Newspaper owner and would-be oilman David Black was in Kelowna Tuesday to explain his plan for an oil refinery near Kitimat, B.C. - Barry Gerding/Capital News
  • updated Apr 18, 2014 at 2:00 PM

The man behind a proposal to build $36 billion refinery, pipeline and tanker fleet in Kitimat, explains his plan to the chamber of commerce.


Kelowna's Hemmerling commits to UBC Okanagan soccer

  • posted Apr 19, 2014at 7:00 AM

KSS grad to suit up for Heat in first Canada West season


Okanagan Short Story Contest winner to be announced April 22

  • posted Apr 19, 2014at 1:00 AM

Visiting Author Alix Hawley to read from her works at UBC year-end literary event.


Rookie shortstop Shedden leads off for Coyotes at Easter Tournament

  • posted Apr 18, 2014at 8:00 AM

Edmonton high schooler enjoying first season with Okanagan College as team set to host CCBC rivals in Kelowna this weekend


Hodge: NHL playoff predictions promise embarrassing results

  • posted Apr 18, 2014at 1:00 AM

Boston Bruins will beat the Anaheim Ducks in six games for the Stanley Cup.

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