Alistair Waters

Tracy Gray (left) and Renee Wasylyk are vying for the Conservative nomination in Kelowna-Lake Country. (Capital News file)

Plan to have Kelowna-Lake Country Tory candidates’ square-off

Forum proposed for March 29, eight days before the nomination vote

Tracy Gray (left) and Renee Wasylyk are vying for the Conservative nomination in Kelowna-Lake Country. (Capital News file)
Gerry Zimmermann, vice-chairman of the Agricultural Land Commission and head of the ALC’s Okanagan panel. (Photo - BMID)

Government proposes dropping regional ALC panels

Head of Okanagan panel says move would “not be a bad thing”

Gerry Zimmermann, vice-chairman of the Agricultural Land Commission and head of the ALC’s Okanagan panel. (Photo - BMID)
Tracy Gray and Renee Wasylyk are vying for the Conservative nomination in Kelowna-Lake Country. (Capital News file)

Kelowna-Lake Country Conservatives to pick candidate April 6

Tracy Gray and Renee Wasylyk are seeking the nomination in Kelowna-Lake Country

Tracy Gray and Renee Wasylyk are vying for the Conservative nomination in Kelowna-Lake Country. (Capital News file)
Cannabis shops in Kelowna inching closer to reality

Cannabis shops in Kelowna inching closer to reality

Not all was lost in the cannabis lottery

Cannabis shops in Kelowna inching closer to reality
Ebus has added more trips between Kelowna and Kamloops and Vancouver. (contributed)

More bus service added between Kelowna, Kamloops and Vancouver

Ebus has added a third trip in both directions on the two routes on Fridays and Sundays

Ebus has added more trips between Kelowna and Kamloops and Vancouver. (contributed)
Waters: Kelowna exerts its own type of water pressure on irrigation districts

Waters: Kelowna exerts its own type of water pressure on irrigation districts

City ties grant application support to amalgamation of districts with its water utility

Waters: Kelowna exerts its own type of water pressure on irrigation districts
The City of Kelowna says it won’t apply for grants for local improvement districts if the districts don’t agree to amalgamate with its water system. (photo: contributed)

Kelowna putting pressure on water purveyors to join its system

City won’t apply for grants for improvement districts unless they agree to amalgamate

The City of Kelowna says it won’t apply for grants for local improvement districts if the districts don’t agree to amalgamate with its water system. (photo: contributed)
Hundreds of Okanagan College students turned out to the annual business expo and hiring fair at the college Wednesday. Image: Alistair Waters/Capital News

Hundreds of students show up at Okanagan College business expo and hiring fair

This year the expo drew 60 exhibitors for students to network with.

Hundreds of Okanagan College students turned out to the annual business expo and hiring fair at the college Wednesday. Image: Alistair Waters/Capital News
First private pot shop applications wending way through Kelowna city hall

First private pot shop applications wending way through Kelowna city hall

Unknown number of proposals rejected, while others headed to location lotteries

First private pot shop applications wending way through Kelowna city hall
Infrastructure a taxing problem for Kelowna

Infrastructure a taxing problem for Kelowna

City grappling with ways to pay for its future infrastructure needs

Infrastructure a taxing problem for Kelowna
Conservative MP’s James Bezan and Leona Alleslev are coming to Kelowna next week to hold a town hall meeting on national defence and global security. —Image: contributed

Tory defence and security critics coming to Kelowna

Conservative MPs James Bezan and Leona Alleslev will hold a town hall meeting Feb. 11

Conservative MP’s James Bezan and Leona Alleslev are coming to Kelowna next week to hold a town hall meeting on national defence and global security. —Image: contributed
The City of Kelowna will need to do more to fund future infrastructure says a new report. —Image: Capital News file

Raising Kelowna taxes ‘no silver bullet’

City needs to look at more innovative ways to fund infrastructure moving forward

The City of Kelowna will need to do more to fund future infrastructure says a new report. —Image: Capital News file
Kelowna city council likes mixing residential units into industrial buildings

Kelowna city council likes mixing residential units into industrial buildings

Proposal for city’s North End would see four residential units on top floor of industrial building

Kelowna city council likes mixing residential units into industrial buildings
Interior Health dealing with gastrointestinal illness outbreaks across southern B.C.

Interior Health dealing with gastrointestinal illness outbreaks across southern B.C.

IH urging anyone not feeling well to avoid visiting long-term care facilities

Interior Health dealing with gastrointestinal illness outbreaks across southern B.C.
The 20th annual Kelowna Home Show goes this weekend at Prospera Place. —Image: contributed

Kelowna Home Show goes this weekend

The 20th annual Kelowna Home Show will take place at Prospera Place Feb 9 and 10

The 20th annual Kelowna Home Show goes this weekend at Prospera Place. —Image: contributed
UBCO has failed to have a human rights tribunal complaint against it thrown out. —Image: Capital News file

UBCO fails to have sexual assault case thrown out

Former student claims report about sexual assault by another student was not handled properly

UBCO has failed to have a human rights tribunal complaint against it thrown out. —Image: Capital News file
An artist’s rendering of a planned supportive housing project slated for McIntosh Road in the Rutland area of Kelowna. —Image: contributed

Newest supportive housing project for Kelowna raising reaction similar to previous plans

B.C. Housing facing neighbourhood opposition to a planned ‘harm reduction’ project in Rutland

An artist’s rendering of a planned supportive housing project slated for McIntosh Road in the Rutland area of Kelowna. —Image: contributed
—Image: AP/Seth Wenig

Central Okanagan Regional District wants ride-hailing to be flexible

Regional board provides input to inquiry looking at introduction of ride-hailing in B.C.

—Image: AP/Seth Wenig
Team Canada members swept the first rock of the 2018 World Mixed Curling Championship during the opening ceremony last October at the Kelowna Curling Club. —Image: Capital News file

Economic impact of international curling event in Kelowna was on the button

World Mixed Curling Championship last October pumped $1.21 million into B.C.’s economy

Team Canada members swept the first rock of the 2018 World Mixed Curling Championship during the opening ceremony last October at the Kelowna Curling Club. —Image: Capital News file
Kelowna Global Citizen Events executive director Joyce Brinkerhoff. —Image: Alistair Waters/Capital News

Federal funds for Central Okanagan Global Citizen Events

Ottawa gives Kelowna-based group $25,700

Kelowna Global Citizen Events executive director Joyce Brinkerhoff. —Image: Alistair Waters/Capital News