Connor Trembley

Legislation to enshrine U.N. declaration on Indigenous rights a ‘first step’ for Okanagan First Nations

The new legislation will make it easier for Okanagan First Nations to form systems of governance

Ex-Kelowna cop has breach of trust case adjourned for two weeks

Former Mountie facing seven misconduct charges during his time as an officer

Do you want to ask the mayor a question? Tick off your calendar for Nov. 12

Kelowna Mayor Colin Basran will be attending a luncheon at Coast Capri Hotel on Nov. 12

No one on board boat found drifting on Okanagan Lake

The boat was found floating near Traders Cove

City of West Kelowna announces new neighborhood obstacle course

The project is anticipated to be complete by mid-November.

Central Okanagan school board approves drug-prevention program for 1,750 students

The program will take place across nine schools early next year

Next global climate strike set to take place in Kelowna on Nov. 29

The strike will be one of many taking place across the world

Ten $10,000 grants up for grabs for perspective Okanagan filmmakers

Applicants have until Oct. 31 to apply for the project

‘A traffic jam like you’ve never seen’: Kelowna resident concerned over future development

New condo projects, Costco planned to be constructed within blocks of one another

Central Okanagan school board approves policy to make menstrual products available for students

The policy was approved at a board meeting Wednesday night

Ninty-four natual gas pipelines damaged in Kelowna over the past 18 months

FortisBC held an event on Wednesday to raise awareness about safety

Kelowna city councillors support changes to parking bylaw

The updated bylaw passed second and third reading Tuesday night

Kelowna residents oppose Murchison heritage project

Construction at the site could start as early as next spring

RCDO announces new crime prevention program for West Kelowna, Westbank First Nation residents

The program will offer security assessments and tips to local business owners free of charge

Hundreds attend first annual climate and food conference in Kelowna

Over 25 industry experts spoke at the two-day event

Kelowna resident shares memories of Kelowna Capital News over last 22 years

Paul Jackson stops by Kelowna Capital News every Friday to pick up weekly newspapers

New trial ordered for Salmon Arm optician convicted of sexually assaulting 14-year-old boy

Kenneth Pilkington was ininitally found guilty of the offense

Sentencing date set for former West Kelowna teacher charged with child luring

Former Mount Boucherie teacher Bradley Furman will be sentenced on Dec. 16

Kelowna man sentenced to 20 months for having sex with minor

The incidents occurred over a four-month period between February and May of 2018

Over 100 female students gather at UBCO to learn about engineering career

This is the fourth year the event has been held