Barry Gerding

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
Road safety tragedy hits home for Kelowna tow truck firm

Road safety tragedy hits home for Kelowna tow truck firm

Family member killed in Castlegar responding to accident scene

Road safety tragedy hits home for Kelowna tow truck firm
Climate change forum participants (from left) Denise Neilsen, David Scott and Leif Burge.                                Photo:Barry Gerding/Black Press

Collaborating with First Nations in B.C. to combat climate change

Province, industry, Indigenous people seek new landscape management approach

Climate change forum participants (from left) Denise Neilsen, David Scott and Leif Burge.                                Photo:Barry Gerding/Black Press
Parkade at Kelowna General Hospital operated by the Interior Health Authority. Photo: Contributed

Free hospital parking won’t catch on in Okanagan

Interior Health not looking to follow the Surrey model for regional hospitals

Parkade at Kelowna General Hospital operated by the Interior Health Authority. Photo: Contributed
Central Okanagan school trustees ponder future of Rutland Middle School

Central Okanagan school trustees ponder future of Rutland Middle School

Planning and facilities committee to weigh in on frustrating lack of progress

Central Okanagan school trustees ponder future of Rutland Middle School
Toovey Heights students likely to stay at Black Mountain Elementary

Toovey Heights students likely to stay at Black Mountain Elementary

School district staff says enrolment impact not worth catchment zone disruption

Toovey Heights students likely to stay at Black Mountain Elementary
Golf superintendent Rodi Gorrell was sad to see the Aspen Grove Golf Course close at the end of October, having maintained the 9-hole links for the past decade. Photo: Carli Berry/Capital News

Delegation seeking to save Lake Country golf course

Group wants to avoid Aspen Grove golf course from being turned into school playing fields

Golf superintendent Rodi Gorrell was sad to see the Aspen Grove Golf Course close at the end of October, having maintained the 9-hole links for the past decade. Photo: Carli Berry/Capital News
Irene Spicer, Deb Woolley, Amber Hall and Alexis Hall (from left) at the Glenrosa Elementary Parent Advisory Council fundraiser on Oct. 28. Photo:Sydney Morton/Capital News

Glenrosa Elementary PAC fundraiser nets $10,000

Half the $20,000 allegedly stolen from school funds is replaced

Irene Spicer, Deb Woolley, Amber Hall and Alexis Hall (from left) at the Glenrosa Elementary Parent Advisory Council fundraiser on Oct. 28. Photo:Sydney Morton/Capital News
Physio treatment user fees dropped for auto accident injuries

Physio treatment user fees dropped for auto accident injuries

ICBC negotiates new contract with B.C. Physiotherapy Association

Physio treatment user fees dropped for auto accident injuries
Central Okanagan Board of Education chairperson Moyra Baxter with school district superintendent/CEO Kevin Kaardal. Photo: Capital News files

Central Okanagan trustees given their marching orders

Committee appointments for board of education trustees adopted

Central Okanagan Board of Education chairperson Moyra Baxter with school district superintendent/CEO Kevin Kaardal. Photo: Capital News files
Photo: Barry Gerding/Black Press                                UBC Okanagan international student Josh Dwamena.

International students hit hard by B.C. tuition fee hikes

Campaign seeks regulatory controls be imposed on post-secondary institutions

Photo: Barry Gerding/Black Press                                UBC Okanagan international student Josh Dwamena.
Rats have begun showing up in the Okanagan in places where they have never before been a problem. Photo: Contributed

Freeze out your home from unwanted pests

Okanagan residents offered pre-winter pest control checkup advice from Orkin Canada.

Rats have begun showing up in the Okanagan in places where they have never before been a problem. Photo: Contributed
Real estate sales forecast slow across Okanagan

Real estate sales forecast slow across Okanagan

More housing sellers than buyers predicts CMHC analysis

Real estate sales forecast slow across Okanagan
Scott McGillivray

HGTV star urges winter driving caution

Scott McGillivray calls winter tires in Okanagan a safety investment

Scott McGillivray
Robots not the equivalent of a human workforce yet

Robots not the equivalent of a human workforce yet

U.S. economist tells UBCO audience continuing advances in automation a slow process

Robots not the equivalent of a human workforce yet
Two Kelowna schools eyed for enrolment review

Two Kelowna schools eyed for enrolment review

Catchment zones considered for Black Mountain and Ellison elementary schools

Two Kelowna schools eyed for enrolment review
Climate change’s negative impact on local ecosystems put environment habitat we all depend on at risk. Photo: Black Press files

Sounding the climate change alarm bell

Symposium collaboration links community health to climate change

Climate change’s negative impact on local ecosystems put environment habitat we all depend on at risk. Photo: Black Press files
Kelowna Legion branch president Jim White displays one of the Field of Crosses grave markers to be set up at City Park for the week leading up to the Remembrance Day ceremony. Photo: Barry Gerding/Black Press

VIDEO: Field Of Crosses memorial erected in Kelowna’s City Park

Project to recognize 100th anniversary of WW1 armistice headed up by Rotary, Legion

Kelowna Legion branch president Jim White displays one of the Field of Crosses grave markers to be set up at City Park for the week leading up to the Remembrance Day ceremony. Photo: Barry Gerding/Black Press
UBC assistant professor Taylor Owen spoke about the negative impact of social media technology at a conference held Friday at UBC Okanagan. Photo: Barry Gerding/Black Press

Dark side of the internet being exposed

UBC prof says our democracy and economy faces social media governance challenges

UBC assistant professor Taylor Owen spoke about the negative impact of social media technology at a conference held Friday at UBC Okanagan. Photo: Barry Gerding/Black Press
Most dangerous intersections revealed for pedestrians in the Okanagan

Most dangerous intersections revealed for pedestrians in the Okanagan

ICBC releases accident stats collected between 2013 and 2017

Most dangerous intersections revealed for pedestrians in the Okanagan