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‘Minor’ ammonia leak detected at Rutland Arena earlier this month but quickly repaired
And the Westbank First Nation announces the installation of new sidewalk on its lands
Liberal Stephen Fuhr says changes announced Monday were result of consultation
Gratitude series of local events put on by Third Space Life Charity.
Gratitude has been organized to support the local RCMP, say organizers
Council second guesses its late-night rejection of development proposal, lets developer refile early
City says money needs to be raised to pay for new treatment plant, connections and upgrades
Province funding community-based, adult literacy programs in Okanagan and Columbia-Shuswap.
Conservative MP Dan Albas vows to keep up the fight against small business tax changes
Study’s authors say dispensaries preferable to other illegal ways of buying cannabis
Despite having its business licence cancelled Black Crow Herbals says it will continue operating
Liberal leadership hopeful says electoral reform, financing and new election date part of plan
B.C.’s former finance minister tell Kelowna audience he’s proud of past fiscal management
Dianne Watts, speaking in Kelowna, says party also needs to reconnect with British Columbians.
Liberal Stephen Fuhr and Conservative Dan Albas take to the internet to criticize each other
Dianne Watts says changing to proportional representation will hurt rural B.C.
Kelowna airport staff participate in a “foreign object debris” walk to highlight safety at the YLW
Event will feature races Saturday, as well as the marathon itself, a half-marathon and 10-K Sunday.
Grateful Kelowna man makes his 31st blood donation 41 years after 31 units of blood saved his life.
Ethel Street, between Leon and Harvey Avenues, will close until the end of the month for road work