City of Kelowna

Jeff Smith has started his own business, 33:3 Services, in Kelowna, able to offer a variety of home repair and installation services along with automotive and small engine maintenance. (Contributed)

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Multi-tasking entrepreneur opens new service business

  • Oct 15, 2020



Advance booking opens for public skates in Kelowna

Public skating is back in Kelowna this year with a few changes due to the pandemic


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European massage therapist relocates to Okanagan

  • Oct 8, 2020


Vandals sought by Kelowna RCMP, as city sees busiest year ever for graffiti

Three vandals are thought to be tied with more than 600 incidents over the summer

Stuff your turkey, not your pipes, says City of Kelowna

Fats, oils and grease can stick to the inside of pipes, blocking them over time

City of Kelowna inks agreement to support homelessness strategy

Council endorsed a memorandum of understanding with the Journey Home Society on Monday

Dog-themed brewery coming to Kelowna

Unleashed Brewing Co. will also provide support to local animal shelters and homes for rescue dogs

BC Tree Fruits downtown Kelowna office for sale at $5.2M

HM Commercial Group listed the property for sale on Thursday

Community court returns to Kelowna

Goal of community court is to reduce crime by integrating justice, health and social services to address root causes of criminal behaviour

Kelowna council debates mixed-use development proposal in Pandosy area

‘This to me is what will enhance the livability and the coolness factor of South Pandosy’ - Mayor Colin Basran

New Kelowna community safety plan in development

‘Community safety and crime reduction are not the responsibilities of police, alone’

Work continues to develop emergency shelter plan for Kelowna

City hoping to build ‘over-arching, community-driven vision for the future of emergency shelters in our community’

Council approves new Kelowna General Hospital parking lot

The lot is intended for use by KGH staff to address growing parking need in the area

City of Kelowna announces arts and culture grants for local groups

More than $150,000 is available for local arts and culture groups

Tree replacement, construction scheduled for Kelowna’s Stuart Park

Sixteen trees are being removed because they are struggling, the city said

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New bar bistro opens at Airport Village

  • Sep 24, 2020

City of Kelowna moving temporary shelter off Recreation Avenue

Sheltering space moving to 890 Baillie Avenue, expected to be completed this week

Province opens ‘middle income’ housing in Kelowna

Prices on the units are $1,300 for a one-bedroom and $1,550 for a two-bedroom, nearing area-average prices

Demolition scheduled for former downtown Kelowna McDonald’s

The site was the subject of a lengthy lawsuit between the City of Kelowna and McDonald’s that was recently resolved

Rutland Centennial Park playground closed next week for upgrades

The playground will be closed between Sept. 21 and Sept. 26