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Big turn out at run group leads to Altra shoe invite at Kelowna’s Mission Creek Greenway
Play Kelowna is hosting a free group run and Altra shoe demo on March 29
What to know about new research on coffee and heart risks
Vernon biathlete to light B.C. Winter Games’ torch
Almost 80 catalytic converters stolen in Central Okanagan so far this year: RCMP
Minister Dix announces urgent care centre coming to Rutland in Kelowna
NCAA hockey playoffs chock full of West Kelowna alumni
B.C. salmon farm closure decision was necessary, says DFO amid court challenges
DFO: recent science suggests uncertainty about risks posed to wild salmon by the area’s farms
Okanagan double murder trial set for summer of 2024
Wade Cudmore’s trial will start in Kelowna in June next year
Fourth warrant issued after Penticton man skips out on trial
Cat colony with 14 feral felines at centre of controversy on B.C. college campus
‘Proudly pro-freedom’ MLA John Rustad officially wants to lead BC Conservatives
Nasty odours meet RCMP investigating break-in of North Shuswap cabin
Wash your wheels in support of Okanagan wildlife refuge centre
Natural Selection Dissection: A review of Yeti Natural Selection Revelstoke
This was the first year for the Natural Selection tour in Revelstoke, but it likely won’t be the last
NHL’s Blackhawks won’t wear Pride jerseys, cite Russian law
Chicago coach Luke Richardson he and his players were disappointed in the decision
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Gwyneth Paltrow ski collision trial set for family testimony
A neuropsychologist who treated the man suing Gwyneth Paltrow over a 2016…
‘The Young and the Restless’ celebrates 50 years of drama
Venerable TV soap opera began its half-century run in 1973
Def Leppard drummer recovering from attack outside hotel
Gwyneth Paltrow’s court case begins for Deer Valley ski crash
New this week: ‘Top Gun,’ Lana Del Rey and ‘Rabbit Hole’
Taylor Swift kicks off US Eras Tour at Super Bowl stadium
Actor Simu Liu flirts with possible album after singing again at Juno Awards
Fresh eats and drinks at the new Ricco Room opening soon in Kelowna
The currently closed Ricco Bambino restaurant is set to re-open under the name the Ricco Room
Big investment for Nelson’s SMRT1 Technologies after winning Okanagan competition
The interactive vending machine company earned $225,000 at the OKGN Angel Summit
Liberals introduce legislation to create a corporate ownership registry
Top 40 Over 40 Presented by BDO: Wayne Lai
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Canada’s first Indigenous-owned licensed Starbucks to open on Vancouver Island
Feds spend $26M on growth and innovation of Vancouver-based companies
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Kelowna and Westside Salvation Army receive donations for emergency food hampers
Together, the two locations deliver 520 emergency food hampers each month
Ski hill donates funds for Central Okanagan Search and Rescue ropes rescue training
KCR: Gratitude for crisis line
All are invited to Kelowna Knox mountain group run to test out speedy HOKA shoes
Kelowna hosts Blue Jeans, Burgers & Bevvies Fundraiser in support of Ukraine
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People across Canada have been waking up to find putting the spread on their toast a bit tougher.
Has your butter changed from how you remember it?
Starting with a cookbook author’s comment on Twitter, Canadians began to share how the butter they were using wasn’t as soft as they were used to after leaving it out.
The Dairy Farmers of Canada even officially asked its members to consider not using palm oil in their feed as a potential reason for why people have been encountering harder butter.
Of course, a part of how hard your better is depends on how you like to keep your kitchen.
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B.C. burn survivor, 15, shares story in hopes people will support BC Children’s Hospital fundraiser
Keira McKenzie was 9 when she was burned, now she’s ‘spokeskid’ for BC Children’s Hospital lottery
Parks Canada says new reservation system working well as bookings open in busy Banff
Site recently updated to fix an older one prone to crashes and glitches
Cult of Cold: B.C. barber hoists power of cold-plunges to find empowerment
Morning Start: Ramadan
Prince Rupert woman ‘off the clock’ thanks to $100K in bingo scratch winnings
‘Small is mighty’: B.C. child with dwarfism stars in children’s hospital campaign
Ask about rooster return policy when getting chicks for your yard: BC SPCA
Pretty in pink…and a little blue
Single colour dominates the fashion runways
Many kids are struggling in school. Do their parents know?
Evena Joseph was unaware how much her 10-year-old son was struggling in…
Overcoming Indigenous Barriers to Cancer Care Benefits Us All
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Everyone’s favourite co-op is expanding operations in Kelowna
Three Kelowna gas stations are getting an Otter Co-op makeover
You manage your business. Let this Canadian company handle the tech.
For improved speech, health and self-esteem, choose dentures!
How the Kelowna Hiring & Post-Secondary Education Event can help you find your dream career
Spring is just around the corner – is your HVAC system ready?
Looking to upgrade your recliner? Look no further!