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With the B.C. election just weeks away, the money tap has been opened.
Government announces 55 more campsites in the Okanagan and hundreds more across B.C.
The $60-million project to widen part of Highway 97 through Kelowna is now 40 per cent complete.
New agency to be set up to administer the money
Box to be used for both summer and winter sports.
Kelowna gets $43.9 million SEKID grant approved by federal and provincial government
Feds and province to continue funding local job preparation programs.
Province contributing $15.4 million of the $18.9 million cost.
Chuck Hardy, a former Kelowna mayoral candidate, will challenge incumbent Steve Thomson.
Kelowna city council votes to start rezoning process for the land.
Another series of open houses will be held in the Central Okanagan next week.
The city is dealing with a long list of construction projects
Building permits and value jumped substantially in West Kelowna in 2016.
Tom Dyas doing the unexpected—serving second straight term as president of the chamber of commerce.
Emergency repairs to pump house prompt concervation call
Brad Bennett, head of BC Hydro, says he’ll advise Premier Christy Clark again during the election.
Former John Howard Society boss Shelley Cook will run for the NDP is new Kelowna-West riding.
Interior Health’s mobile clinics should be on the street within a few weeks says city councillor
Veteran Kelowna city Coun. Charlie Hodge returned to council Monday
Province gives the city a $20,000 “age-friendly” grant.