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UBCO researchers say more work needs to be done but women are especially at risk.
O’Leary says many Canadian premiers are “weak” leaders.
The blaze is believed to have started in a barbecue on the patio above the house’s garage.
Incumbent points to what’s been accomplished here and what’s to come.
Memorial Parkade offers 500 parking stalls for evening, weekend and special event use by the public.
Regional offcials monitoring the situation in light of recent heavy rains.
Sixty-year-old driver from Vernon had to be freed from overturned car on Highway 33.
Free event will help you to learn how to fix everyday things in your home.
Will election promises about reducing, eliminating bridge tolls apply to new Okanagan Lake crossing?
But he will only be available to card-carrying Conservatives.
Okanagan Basin Water Board wants even stricter rules about mandatory boat inspections.
UBC Okanagan students hear directly from provincial candidates at first public forum.
John Horgan says he’s visiting Christy Clark’s riding but will meet locals in a neighbouring riding.
A parade will travel down Lawrence and up Bernard, with a gathering at the cenotaph in between.
B.C. Liberal government opens the spending spigot in the lead-up to the provincial election.
City holding open houses to get public input for a neighbourhood plan.
Kelowna council rejects a bid to rezone Mission-area property, so it must become a duplex.
Kelowna-based program helps young people find work
Organizers say they are taking a “sabbatical year” but vow to bring race back in 2018.
The first meeting is slated for UBC Okanagan April 5