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The second story in a three-part series about locals living in the Okanagan and commuting 1,300 km for work in northern Alberta.
The first of a three-part series on how working in northern Alberta affects individuals in the Okanagan, as well as the community.
West Kelowna Fire Rescue members worked alongside paramedic students Thursday, simulating a car accident with extrication needed.
The District of West Kelowna has shortlisted four Westbank Centre locations as potential sites for its new Municipal Hall.
Ben Stewart says he is quickly learning the importance of his new job.
Kaila Klassen is using her popularity from being a MasterChef Canada contestant to help locals in need.
Rodney and Gloria Lozinski will be travelling to Coquitlam to work the phones at Variety's Show of Hearts Telethon.
The approximately 5,000 people in the Okanagan who work in northern Alberta will have an easier commute by this spring.
If West Kelowna council stays on its current path, residents will face a 2.95 per cent tax increase for the second year in a row.
Westside politicians have had a couple bad breaks when it comes to snowboarding.
The second Aboriginal Education Enhancement Agreement aims to improve the success of all aboriginal students over the next five years.
Business development officer John Perrott says 2014 will see West Kelowna continue with several economic development initiatives.
Increasing membership and working with other chambers of commerce in the region are the 2014 goals for the Greater Westside Board of Trade.
Jim Catterson shares his story of dealing with life after discovering he had vascular dementia.
Green Bay has been the ideal training ground for West Kelowna firefighters this week.
A West Kelowna realtor with a knack for cooking is one of 50 contestants on the inaugural season of MasterChef Canada.
Kristine and Don Ritchie first realized their son had a serious health issue in November 2012.
A new Peachland radio station is giving its listeners golden oldies through a modern medium.
Premier Christy Clark has been named Capital News' 2013 Newsmaker of the Year.
FortisBC has been called out to Lakeshore Road after a van slid on ice and crashed into a power pole Friday morning.