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Local tattoo parlour hosts toy drive

Residents got a free tattoo when they dropped off toy donations

Santa kicks off Okanagan ChristmasFest

The event helps raise funds for local charities

Kelowna couple gets second book deal with Macmillan USA

Deanna Kent and Neil Hooson’s worked with the publisher for their “Snazzy Cat Capers” series

Scrooge Christmas Breakfast supports Kelowna teens

Sandalwood Retirement Resort hosted the event for the 14th year

Temporary wet housing facility opening in downtown Kelowna

Temporary shelter will be operated by volunteer group Welcome Inn in partnership with BC Housing

Nominations for Kelowna Chamber of Commerce “40 Under Forty” now open

The chamber said the search for “Best of the Best” is on

Kelowna RCMP bring holiday joy to seniors

Local officers are visiting retirement homes to sing Christmas carols

Kelowna Salvation Army sees increase in toy, cash donations

The Tiny Tim Charity Toy Breakfast started its 19th year Thursday morning

Downtown association crew checks on those sleeping rough

The team’s morning rounds take them around the downtown core

Kelowna’s Gospel Mission executive director reflects on 18-year career

Randy Benson announced his retirement to his board a month ago

Kelowna to open temporary housing to help homeless

The beds will open up space at Cornerstone and Kelowna Gospel Mission

Amnesty International Okanagan hosts letter writing campaign

The group hosted a writing workshop to write letters of support for activists

Residents rally to support those experiencing homelessness in Kelowna

Supporters want the city to house the homeless before weather worsens

Environmental group takes climate strike to Kelowna City Hall

Friday’s activists demanded a climate emergency declaration

Leon Avenue move displaces homeless residents

The Gospel Mission’s outreach team said more people are now sleeping on the street

Climate protesters expected to hold rally in Kelowna tomorrow

A local group says the city must declare a climate emergency

Kelowna Mayor says moving homeless camps not an easy decision

The new camps in the north end of the city were created for residents living rough on Leon Avenue

Kelowna’s homeless unhappy with temporary overnight shelter situation

Residents can only stay at the two sites between 7:00 p.m. and 9:00 a.m.

Knox Mountain area residents hold protest over homeless camp move

Residents said they were frustrated with the last minute notice