Year in Review

The Rose Valley Dam wildfire in West Kelowna is considered “under control” by the B.C. Wildfire Service as of Aug. 5. (B.C. Wildfire Service photo)

Kelowna’s year in review – August 2020

A look back at the top headlines from August of this year

  • Jan 1, 2021

 

In July the BC SPCA confirmed a mutilated cat was killed by a predator. (File)

Year in review – July 2020

A look back at July’s top stories

  • Jan 1, 2021

 

An old RV dumped at James Lake, leaking fluid into the lake 2water. (Contributed)

Year in review – May 2020

A look back at the top stories from the month of May

  • Dec 31, 2020

 

Toddler Gaige and his father, Mark Banman. (GoFundMe photo)

Kelowna year in review –April 2020

A look back at the top stories from the month of April

Toddler Gaige and his father, Mark Banman. (GoFundMe photo)
Kelowna Mayor Colin Basran addresses media from the front steps of council chambers on March 23. 
(Michael Rodriguez - Capital News)

Kelowna’s year in review – March 2020

Top stories from the month of March

  • Dec 31, 2020
Kelowna Mayor Colin Basran addresses media from the front steps of council chambers on March 23. 
(Michael Rodriguez - Capital News)
(Michael Rodriguez - Capital News)

Kelowna’s year in review – February 2020

A look back at February’s biggest stories

(Michael Rodriguez - Capital News)
Aden Withers playing a hand-drum while protesting the high number of sexual assaults deemed “unfounded” by the Kelowna RCMP on Nov. 23, 2019. (Michael Rodriguez -Capital News)

Kelowna’s year in review – January 2020

A look back at January’s biggest stories

Aden Withers playing a hand-drum while protesting the high number of sexual assaults deemed “unfounded” by the Kelowna RCMP on Nov. 23, 2019. (Michael Rodriguez -Capital News)
Dog tags for J.K. Dalgliesh. (Kelowna RCMP photo)

Kelowna good news year in review – November 2020

Taking a look at some of the positive stories from November

  • Dec 25, 2020
Dog tags for J.K. Dalgliesh. (Kelowna RCMP photo)
One Peak Creative has made a catapult that allows children to receive candy in a socially distanced fashion. (Onepeakcreative/Instagram photo)

Kelowna’s good news year in review – October 2020

A look at some of the postive news from the month of October

  • Dec 25, 2020
One Peak Creative has made a catapult that allows children to receive candy in a socially distanced fashion. (Onepeakcreative/Instagram photo)
OOSAR dog handler, Mike Arychuk and Kaya with COSAR dog handler, Terry Downs and Chase. (Contributed)

Kelowna’s good news year in review – September 2020

Taking a look at some of the positive stories from September

  • Dec 25, 2020
OOSAR dog handler, Mike Arychuk and Kaya with COSAR dog handler, Terry Downs and Chase. (Contributed)
Aaron Rempel went missing for three days. (Contributed)

Kelowna’s good news year in review – August 2020

A look at the good news of the day during the month of August

  • Dec 25, 2020
Aaron Rempel went missing for three days. (Contributed)
Frank Phillips receives a visit from his wife Rena at Nanaimo Seniors Village on their 61st wedding anniversay March 31. Patient visits have been restricted to essential only in the COVID-19 pandemic. 
(Nanaimo News Bulletin photo)

Kelowna’s good news year in review – July 2020

A look back at the good news stories of the month

Frank Phillips receives a visit from his wife Rena at Nanaimo Seniors Village on their 61st wedding anniversay March 31. Patient visits have been restricted to essential only in the COVID-19 pandemic. 
(Nanaimo News Bulletin photo)
City councillor Loyal Wooldridge, together with other local businesses, launched a stimulus program to help businesses bounce back from the pandemic's effects. (Twila Amato - Black Press Media)

Kelowna’s good news year in review – June 2020

A look back at the good news stories of the month

City councillor Loyal Wooldridge, together with other local businesses, launched a stimulus program to help businesses bounce back from the pandemic's effects. (Twila Amato - Black Press Media)
Wendy Robinson and Chris Wallinger look on as the tapes are returned to Marion Baker. (Greg Sakaki - Black Press Media )

Kelowna’s good news year in review – May 2020

A look back at the good news from the month

Wendy Robinson and Chris Wallinger look on as the tapes are returned to Marion Baker. (Greg Sakaki - Black Press Media )
Members of Kelowna’s Sikh community boasting balloons, flags and signs in support of local health-care 
workers on April 14. (Michael Rodriguez - Capital News)

Kelowna’s good news year in review – April 2020

A look back at the good news of the month

Members of Kelowna’s Sikh community boasting balloons, flags and signs in support of local health-care 
workers on April 14. (Michael Rodriguez - Capital News)
Kelowna Olympic swimmer Kierra Smith was ready to perform on the world’s biggest stage until the 2020 Olympics were postponed because of COVID-19. 
(Photo courtesy of Kierra Smith)

Kelowna’s good news year in review – March 2020

A look back at the positive stories that took place in March

Kelowna Olympic swimmer Kierra Smith was ready to perform on the world’s biggest stage until the 2020 Olympics were postponed because of COVID-19. 
(Photo courtesy of Kierra Smith)