Sydney Morton

Kelowna authors share their love story for future generations

Kelowna authors share their love story for future generations

Jim and Anne Edgson have released their autobiography, Rocks Don’t Move

Kelowna authors share their love story for future generations
Kelowna born producer looks to bring more films to Kelowna

Kelowna born producer looks to bring more films to Kelowna

Kelowna could see as many as 3 movies being filmed in the next year

Kelowna born producer looks to bring more films to Kelowna
Kelowna born producer looks to bring more films to Kelowna

Kelowna born producer looks to bring more films to Kelowna

Kelowna could see as many as 3 movies being filmed in the next year

Kelowna born producer looks to bring more films to Kelowna
Pinder Dhaliwal, BCFGA president, Stephen Fuhr MP for Kelowna-Lake Country, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Marie-Claude Bibeau and Erin Wallich, manager for research and development at Summerland Varieties Corp., March 11. Sydney Morton/Capital News

Federal funding will support tree fruit industry

The Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Marie-Claude Bibeau came to BC Tree Fruits in Kelowna to announce the $4.2M investment

Pinder Dhaliwal, BCFGA president, Stephen Fuhr MP for Kelowna-Lake Country, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Marie-Claude Bibeau and Erin Wallich, manager for research and development at Summerland Varieties Corp., March 11. Sydney Morton/Capital News
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Homeless West Kelowna man found dead in tent remembered well

The man was found dead in what’s believed to be a homeless camp

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Okanagan Music Rundown: From Lucky Monkey, to Speed Control, there is a ton of great live shows this week
Okanagan Music Rundown: From Lucky Monkey, to Speed Control, there is a ton of great live shows this week
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Enterprise Earth to descend upon Kelowna with new sound

The band will take the stage at Fernando’s Pub March 14

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Founder of Me Too movement speaks in Kelowna

Founder of Me Too movement speaks in Kelowna

Tarana Burke says the movement has the ability to shift society’s perception of sexual violence

Founder of Me Too movement speaks in Kelowna
Ross Derrick, manager at Codfathers Seafood Market and owner, Jonathan Crofts deliver fish in their reusable bins to Chef, Chris Braun at RauDZ Regional Table. (Tess Oljaca/Capital News)

Okanagan chefs leave styrofoam off the menu

The Okanagan Chefs Association looks to create a greener future

Ross Derrick, manager at Codfathers Seafood Market and owner, Jonathan Crofts deliver fish in their reusable bins to Chef, Chris Braun at RauDZ Regional Table. (Tess Oljaca/Capital News)
The Clubhouse Child Care Center has partnered with the Regional District of Central Okanagan to create The Treehouse Forest Preschool, a three year pilot program in Woodhaven Regional Park in Kelowna. photo: contributed

Children in Kelowna have chance to learn outdoors

The Treehouse Forest Preschool will let kids learn outside full time starting in fall

The Clubhouse Child Care Center has partnered with the Regional District of Central Okanagan to create The Treehouse Forest Preschool, a three year pilot program in Woodhaven Regional Park in Kelowna. photo: contributed
Marissa Young, founder of Wildflower Healing Arts photo: Theresa Easter

Kelowna entrepreneur goes beyond the physical realm

Wildflower Healing Arts offers Kelowna a unique experience at events

Marissa Young, founder of Wildflower Healing Arts photo: Theresa Easter
Team B.C. after their bronze medal win photo: Marcella Munro

Team B.C. claims bronze medals in Canada Winter Games

7 Okanagan players were drafted to the team

Team B.C. after their bronze medal win photo: Marcella Munro
New boutique in Kelowna sets out to promote sustainable fashion

New boutique in Kelowna sets out to promote sustainable fashion

Textile Apparel will offer eco-friendly and sustainable clothing as well as vintage gems

New boutique in Kelowna sets out to promote sustainable fashion
Okanagan Music Rundown: From Little Big Town to Ancient Engines, there are loads of live shows this week
Okanagan Music Rundown: From Little Big Town to Ancient Engines, there are loads of live shows this week
Darcy Cameron, owner of Jays and Arrows Tattooing Inc. will be doing flash tattoos of 99 red balloons on 99 different people on March 9 photo: contributed

Kelowna tattoo shop raises money for Elizabeth Fry Society

Jays & Arrows Tattoo Inc. to host flash tattoo day for a cause close to their heart

Darcy Cameron, owner of Jays and Arrows Tattooing Inc. will be doing flash tattoos of 99 red balloons on 99 different people on March 9 photo: contributed
Showroom of ONE Water Street apartment photo: Sydney Morton/ Kelowna Capital News

Kelowna’s tallest tower prize in Choices Lottery

ONE Water Street is featured in the lottery selection

Showroom of ONE Water Street apartment photo: Sydney Morton/ Kelowna Capital News
Illustration of Once Upon a Bookstore by Kevin Sylvester

Once Upon a Bookstore owner wants more than just another Kelowna shop

Melissa Bourdon-King will be opening the doors to her dreams in Kelowna in July

Illustration of Once Upon a Bookstore by Kevin Sylvester
Ben Hoppe and Ryley Binne, two Grade 9 students at Dr. Knox Middle School that are part of the leadership program helped organize the Pink Shirt Day carnival at their school. photo: Sydney Morton/ Kelowna Capital News

Dr.Knox Middle School celebrates Pink Shirt Day with positivity

Leadership students along with staff put together a carnival

Ben Hoppe and Ryley Binne, two Grade 9 students at Dr. Knox Middle School that are part of the leadership program helped organize the Pink Shirt Day carnival at their school. photo: Sydney Morton/ Kelowna Capital News
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Contract expiration not retirement for West Kelowna’s Jim Zaffino

Mayor and council chose to not renew Zaffino’s contract, it expires June 28

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Dayleen VanRyswyk with Chloe and Kai at Enterprise Dog Park in Kelowna Feb. 25 photo: Sydney Morton/ Kelowna Capital News

Kelowna couple helps save dogs from being slaughtered for meat

The VanRyswyks have helped save 8 dogs from the dog meat industry in South Korea

Dayleen VanRyswyk with Chloe and Kai at Enterprise Dog Park in Kelowna Feb. 25 photo: Sydney Morton/ Kelowna Capital News