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UBCO vice-chancellor offers to meet with pro-Palestinian encampment

UBCO vice-chancellor offers to meet with pro-Palestinian encampment

The encampment on UBC’s Okanagan campus is demanding that the university divests from companies complicit in ‘Palestinian genocide’
Kelowna’s creatives encouraged to paint the town with new art programs

Kelowna’s creatives encouraged to paint the town with new art programs

Artist in Residence, Community Art Grant, and Cultural District Banners programs
Run away truck spills load off Okanagan Connector

Run away truck spills load off Okanagan Connector

The driver had to use the run-away lane
Get ready for a ‘Gneiss’ night of climbing with Arc’teryx in Kelowna

Get ready for a ‘Gneiss’ night of climbing with Arc’teryx in Kelowna

Kelowna’s Gneiss climbing gym is hosting an Arc’teryx launch party on May 30
‘Much-needed’: Okanagan sees significant rainfall over 3-day stretch

‘Much-needed’: Okanagan sees significant rainfall over 3-day stretch

Some cities record more than 24 millimetres of precipitation
RCMP officer assaulted during arrest on transit bus in Rutland

RCMP officer assaulted during arrest on transit bus in Rutland

The incident happened in the 200 block of Rutland Road North around 7 p.m. Thursday, May 23, 2024
Vernon woman eyes Conservative riding nomination in 2025

Vernon woman eyes Conservative riding nomination in 2025

Rachel Enns is a business owner, teacher, life-long volunteer with ties to the Conservative Party
Naramata murder trial on schedule to begin in Vancouver

Naramata murder trial on schedule to begin in Vancouver

Wade Cudmore is charged with two counts of first-degree murder in the death of the Fryer brothers
Clear skies for Kelowna International Aiport projects

Clear skies for Kelowna International Aiport projects

Between 2024 and 2033 YLW will invest approximately $422 million in upgrades to infrastructure
Thunderstorm watch annulled for Okanagan Valley

Thunderstorm watch annulled for Okanagan Valley

Conditions are favourable for the development of severe thunderstorms