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Photo: Capital News files                                Conceptual rendering of the Aqua development.

Choppy waters for Kelowna lakefront development

Mission Group looking for new investment partner for Aqua project

Photo: Capital News files                                Conceptual rendering of the Aqua development.
Photo: Contributed                                Nhi Dao, a Grade 12 student at Mount Boucherie Secondary, is a finalist for the largest student service based scholarship offered in Canada.

West Kelowna student finalist for $100,000 scholarship

Nhi Dao, Grade 12 Mouch Boucherie Secondary student, cited for her community service

Photo: Contributed                                Nhi Dao, a Grade 12 student at Mount Boucherie Secondary, is a finalist for the largest student service based scholarship offered in Canada.
Central Okanagan trustees approve salary hike

Central Okanagan trustees approve salary hike

Increase to off-set loss of tax-free income benefit

Central Okanagan trustees approve salary hike
Premier John Horgan was in Lake Country earlier this year to officially announce funding for the construction of the new middle school. Photo: Calendar files

New Lake Country middle school named after inspirational teacher

Central Okanagan school board settles on H.S. Grenda Middle School

Premier John Horgan was in Lake Country earlier this year to officially announce funding for the construction of the new middle school. Photo: Calendar files
St. Andrews church parish volunteers help package items for people trying to move on from transitional housing to permanent residence. Photo: Contributed

Kelowna church helping people change their lives

Programs exemplify community service ideals of St. Andrews Anglican Parish congregation

St. Andrews church parish volunteers help package items for people trying to move on from transitional housing to permanent residence. Photo: Contributed
Rita Wiens and her daughter Sharon Campbell, an occupational therapist with Interior Health, standing next to a physiotherapy exercise device at Kelowna General Hospital. Photo: Barry Gerding/Black Press

In depth: Simple falls causing serious injuries to people over 65

Kelowna’s high population of seniors puts it in the spotlight for how it deals with seniors’ issues

Rita Wiens and her daughter Sharon Campbell, an occupational therapist with Interior Health, standing next to a physiotherapy exercise device at Kelowna General Hospital. Photo: Barry Gerding/Black Press
Investigation justifies shooting of homeless man by Kelowna RCMP officer

Investigation justifies shooting of homeless man by Kelowna RCMP officer

Incident won’t be referred to Crown counsel for consideration of charges

Investigation justifies shooting of homeless man by Kelowna RCMP officer
Interior Health adapting to legalized cannabis

Interior Health adapting to legalized cannabis

Creating new challenges for IH staff, public health care facilities

Interior Health adapting to legalized cannabis
New home construction in Kelowna. Photo: Capital News files

Okanagan home builders challenge energy efficiency initiative

B.C. Energy Step Code called to costly for new homes

New home construction in Kelowna. Photo: Capital News files
Positive results for Vernon substance misuse deterrence initiative

Positive results for Vernon substance misuse deterrence initiative

Appeal made to adopt Preventure program across Interior Health region

Positive results for Vernon substance misuse deterrence initiative
Nancy Turner speaking at the Eating The Okanagan: Exploring Change in our Local Food Systems research forum held in Kelowna on Monday at Summerhill Winery. Photo: Barry Gerding/Black Press

Seeking to preserve B.C. First Nations’ plant and habitat knowledge

Traditional Indigenous diet diversified beyond just meat and fish

Nancy Turner speaking at the Eating The Okanagan: Exploring Change in our Local Food Systems research forum held in Kelowna on Monday at Summerhill Winery. Photo: Barry Gerding/Black Press
Call revived to end ICBC car insurance monopoly

Call revived to end ICBC car insurance monopoly

Private insurers advocate for access to vehicle insurance marketplace

Call revived to end ICBC car insurance monopoly
Would you want to buy shares in a Kelowna real estate property? A Vancouver company is offering a new way to invest in a share of residential properties with no financial limitations. Photo: Capital News files

Micro-investing in B.C. real estate properties

Company launches opportunity to buy shares in property investments

Would you want to buy shares in a Kelowna real estate property? A Vancouver company is offering a new way to invest in a share of residential properties with no financial limitations. Photo: Capital News files
Excavator stolen in broad daylight from Kelowna construction site valued at $40,000. Photo: Capital News files

Construction site theft frustrates Central Okanagan builders

Underground economy creates market for stolen equipment

Excavator stolen in broad daylight from Kelowna construction site valued at $40,000. Photo: Capital News files
Kelowna teenager advocates to stop food waste

Kelowna teenager advocates to stop food waste

Online petition started by Justin Kulik influencing national food policy debate

Kelowna teenager advocates to stop food waste
Kelowna Youth and Family Services staff members Edwina Smiley, Ellen Maniago, Lorraine Helgerson, David Fung, Terry Dunn, Emily Verseveldt and Lesley Robertson. Photo: Barry Gerding/Black Press

Kelowna Youth and Family Services counselling service closes its doors

City funding redirected to new social service agenda

Kelowna Youth and Family Services staff members Edwina Smiley, Ellen Maniago, Lorraine Helgerson, David Fung, Terry Dunn, Emily Verseveldt and Lesley Robertson. Photo: Barry Gerding/Black Press
Trustees push again to replace Rutland Middle School

Trustees push again to replace Rutland Middle School

Central Okanagan school board argues funding case in letter to Education Minister Rob Fleming

Trustees push again to replace Rutland Middle School
Michael Bratt is the owner of Healthy At Home Senior Care in Kelowna. Photo: Capital News files

Christmas cheer for some Kelowna shut-ins

Kelowna firm to treat isolated clients to special lunch

Michael Bratt is the owner of Healthy At Home Senior Care in Kelowna. Photo: Capital News files
Delay on new Rutland Middle School upsetting to parents

Delay on new Rutland Middle School upsetting to parents

B.C. education ministry won’t commit capital funding yet

Delay on new Rutland Middle School upsetting to parents
Okanagan faith groups gather in Vernon to talk peace

Okanagan faith groups gather in Vernon to talk peace

Conference on Nov. 26 organized by Muslim community

Okanagan faith groups gather in Vernon to talk peace