Norm Letnick

Letnick: The rest of Canada knows that Kelowna is business-friendly

Across the country and the rest of B.C., the Kelowna area is known for many things.

KGH expansion put in perspective

Four major projects. More than 622,000 square feet of space. Nearly $703 million in investments.

Letnick: B.C. Liberals are on right transportation path

Steady progress continues to be made on transportation capital priorities identified by Kelowna residents earlier this year.

Letnick: Healthy living is now just a mouse click away for many

One of the provincial government’s most important mandates is to help improve and maintain the health of British Columbians.

Letnick: Tourists more than just visitors

You often hear that tourism is a lynchpin of the economy, both for the province overall and specifically for our Thompson-Okanagan region.

Letnick: Navigating the ‘boomer glacier’ impact on health care

In Canada, health care is an expression of compassion.

Letnick: Local MLA says he plans to vote to keep the HST in place

Now that HST referendum packages are being sent to every home in British Columbia, I’d like to explain how I will be voting.

Letnick: Let’s focus on health prevention

I’m sure most of you have heard these old expressions: “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure;” or “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.”

Letnick: Lessons from Greece: Don’t spend your way out of trouble

Why should you pay attention to the economic turmoil in Greece? Not because it could happen here, but because it nearly did.

Letnick: Three little numbers are a big help

Did you know you can easily access a wealth of non-emergency health information and services simply by dialing three little numbers?

Letnick: Capital project priorities will face funding challenges

In January, your local MLAs asked you to select from among 17 proposed capital projects in our region, so we would know which projects you believe should garner the highest priority.