Editorials

Parnell: City’s climate change plan on point

The City of Kelowna should be taking a leadership role on climate change

High cost of housing in Vancouver

EDITORIAL CARTOON

  • Nov 29, 2017

Editorial: Kids living in poverty—believe it

A new report puts the spotlight on a hidden problem that is prevalent in Kelowna

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West Kelowna Remembrance Day
West Kelowna Lottery home
The Okanagan Symphony Orchestra
Lake Country's new council sworn in for four years

Editorial: We know about climate change

Kelowna editor says we need more leadership and vision on climate change in Kelowna

Turn back and clock and get some sleep

Turns out many people are not getting enough sleep, so enjoy an extra hour tonight

Editorial: Sex workers in need of help

Kelowna editorial calls for more creative community thinking to help women at risk

EDITORIAL: The man who walks among the stars

Among all of the accomplishments, a spotlight on Indigenous issues is Gord Downie’s legacy

Thanksgiving and gratitude for homegrown food

The Okanagan Valley is filled with an abundance of means to grow food

  • Oct 11, 2017

Editorial: Thank you foster families

The Kelowna Capital News says Foster Family Month is about recognizing good work

  • Oct 6, 2017

Putting the right plants in the right place

Some ideas for renovating your xeriscape garden in cooler weather

  • Oct 3, 2017

Verification of income for mortgage financing

A look at the list of the documentation that may be required by your lender

  • Oct 2, 2017

OPINION: Rutland won’t change with Freedom House

Kelowna community will adapt and move forward after approval of controversial project

Consider a modest first home mortgage

First-time home buyers encouraged not to overextend themselves

  • Sep 20, 2017

The evolution of the community newspaper

This isn’t your parents’ Kelowna Capital News as we go online, all the time, from every part of BC

  • Sep 19, 2017

OPINION: A tale of two leaders

Justin Trudeau took some heat in Kelowna, but that’s what happens when you put yourself out there

Opinion: Landlords request too much information

With Kelowna’s low vacancy rate, landlords are taking advantage of tenant’s personal information

Parnell: Give a firefighter a break, already

Kelowna - The rush to judge some ill-thinking firefighters, has our managing editor asking questions

Editorial: Raise rate sooner, not later

The new B.C. government should not wait four years to raise the minimum wage to $15 per hour.

  • Aug 18, 2017