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West Kelowna - Emergency crews are responding to reports of a grass fire today
Boaters of all sorts hit the way Saturday for the trail’s launch
Cause of fire remains under police investigation
Grindstone Award Foundation women’s hockey tournament in Kelowna and Girls Rock the Rink
In both games the Whitecaps needed second-half goals to overcome deficits and settle for 2-2 draws
It’s a rare turn of events when any act is invited back…
Holly Raczynski’s latest job was as a stunt double on the upcoming X-Men film, Dark Phoenix
Organic Italian cheese to be produced in Salmon Arm
Open letter sent to federal Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould and her B.C. counterpart David Eby
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Father and three young children can’t access GoFundMe account established in mother’s name
Check out Okanagan sommelier Shanyn Ward’s new bi-weekly column
The City of Kelowna wants to keep pot shops off the main streets of two of its major commercial centres.
In a report going to city council Monday, planning department staff are recommending exclusion zones for marijuana retail operations once cannabis is legalized in Canada this summer. The proposed no-go areas would include Bernard Avenue downtown and South Pandosy Street.
But what do you think? Where would you like to see the shops located?
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Canadians gathered for early-morning broadcast of marriage between Meghan Markle, Prince Harry
Windsor sparkled on a warm spring day as tens of thousands of people jammed its quaint roads