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Stay inside vehicles on Interior ferry crossings to prevent spread of COVID-19: B.C. government

Glade, Kootenay and Arrow Lakes some of the ferry crossings in Interior

Second ride-hailing company given green light to operate in the Okanagan

Safe Ride Sharing Ltd joins Kabu Ride as two companies allowed to operate in region

Big White asks visitors to stick to designated recreation trails

Resort said designated area is below the village and Happy Valley car park

“We will survive the best we can”: Okanagan wineries report sales decline due to COVID-19

At least two Okanagan wineries have reported a decline in restaurant sales

WFN temporarily closes all facilities to public due to COVID-19 pandemic

Despite closures, WFN said non-essential staff will continue to be paid

City of West Kelowna restricts public access to city hall due to COVID-19

The city also restricted public access to other facilities on March 17

District of Lake Country closes municipal hall due to COVID-19

The district has closed nine facilities to help prevent spread of virus

6,800 seasonal workers allowed in country to fill empty B.C. agricultural jobs

Workers previously weren’t allowed into country due to travel restrictions from COVID-19

Regional District Central Okanagan shuts down facilities and programs over COVID-19

The district is asking people to practice social distancing if they decide to visit parks

Hundreds of Big White employees lose jobs due to COVID-19

Resort said some employees have already found other jobs in tourism sector

Interior Health postpones most non-urgent surgeries

Surgeries related to cancer or caesarean sections are still planned to go ahead

City of West Kelowna shuts down majority of facilities due to COVID-19

City announced eight more facilities would be closing on March 17 due to virus

Two-vehicle collision on Rutland Road in Kelowna

RCMP and an ambulance attended the scene but no injuries were reported

Central Okanagan school superintendent not surprised over class suspension from COVID-19

It now unclear as to when 24,000 students in the district will go back to school

Canoe carving project helps to revitalize Okanagan First Nations’ culture

Hundreds of students have helped to carve out the two canoes in West Kelowna

Monthly rental prices skyrocket in Kelowna by up to five per cent

It will now cost you $1,710 on average to rent a two-bedroom unit in city

West Kelowna facilities shut down due to COVID-19

Seniors Centre and local library all set to be closed by Tuesday, March 17

Ski season at Big White comes to an early close due to COVID-19

Resort ceased its operations on March 16 for the remainder of the season

Lake Country grocery store manager responds after couple buys store’s entire meat supply

The incident occurred Saturday night at Save On Foods

West Kelowna facilities and programs could soon be cancelled due to COVID-19

Gord Milsom said his staff are continuing to monitor the COVID-19 situation daily