Business

Opening doors for physically challenged

Lake Country committee advocates for improved accessibility

Central Okanagan commercial real estate market is hot

Kelowna is seeing a number of large-scale developments move ahead.

  • Sep 22nd, 2017

UPDATE: Parties square off over Site C delays

Rushed report unable to determine if dam on $8.8 billion budget

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New downtown Kelowna hotel unveiled
    High Road: Coffee and chocolate
      New casino opens its doors

        Site C review begins province-wide hearings

        Horgan wants independent report on whether to keep building dam

        It’s red, white and blueberry at Baccata Ridge

        Grindrod winery specializes in blueberry vintages, as well as the traditional grape versions.

        West Kelowna’s Wholesale Sports shutting down

        Co-operative store announces its closing all 12 of its stores across western Canada

        Co-op fuels good

        Motorists are urged to fill up at Co-op gas stations Tuesday, where 10 cents from every litre will go to charity

        • Sep 16th, 2017

        LNG viable for long term, NDP minister says

        Interest still strong despite ‘major plummet’ of prices

        Coping with cancer in the workforce

        Often overlooked difficulty facing cancer survivors

        New rules would ban Realtors from representing both buyers and sellers

        B.C. superintendent of real estate continues to act, following report into ‘shadow flipping’

        Ontario first to release plan to sell and distribute marijuana

        When drug is legalized, government will sell marijuana in as many as 150 LCBO stores

        Mortgage qualification squeeze getting tighter

        Rule changes, interest rate hike make it more difficult to buy a house in Okanagan.

        Bank of Canada raises interest rate to 1 per cent

        Increase comes as country’s powerful growth broadens

        Tech is a growing industry in the Okanagan

        Innovators and developers are flocking to the Okanagan

        Tax changes needed to avoid ‘two classes of Canadians’: finance minister

        Entrepreneurs, including in B.C., say incentives allow them to take on risks of opening companies

        Farmland reforms ahead for NDP government

        ALR ‘zone two’ on the way out, Lana Popham says

        Hudson’s Bay opens shop in the Netherlands

        The retailer steps outside Canada with its flagship brand in Amsterdam

        Storm brewing over Ottawa’s tax proposals

        Small businesses are headed for an autumn tax showdown with the Trudeau government

        B.C. Green leader gets his way on minimum wage

        NDP drops 2021 deadline for reaching $15 an hour