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It's a “public safety crisis that puts both casual and experienced drug users … at risk every day," says NDP's Mike Farnsworth.
Valley Medical Laboratories contributes $25,000 to OSO and challenges the community to donate in their founder's memory.
Exhibition brings Peace region artists to Kelowna with their works of art.
See the F-35A on display at Abbotsford International Airshow – August 12-14, 2016.
The Abbotsford International Airshow takes place Aug. 12-14 and includes US Navy Super Hornets and the Breitling Jet Team
The Pink Floyd tribute band PIGS is at the theatre in the Rotary Centre, Aug. 3.
Elite cross-country mountain bike racer and business student has shown he has the generosity to match his athletic prowess.
Specially adapted iPads bring literature back to the reading-impaired.
‘Off the Rails’...off the intended path, out of control, behaving strangely…malfunctioning condition.
The Regional District of the Central Okanagan is making it easier to enjoy trails through regional parks.
The Okanagan Basin Water Board is calling for a stronger inspection program to keep invasive mussels out of B.C. waterways.
First Lambert Schmalz, then his friend and colleague Gord Wilson, contributed $50,000 to OC's Trades Training Complex.
Stolen Ford F-250 recovered after man hit by alleged thieves.
This means if you paid all your taxes up front, you would have given every dollar you earned this year to government.
Come out June 17 for the Okanagan’s third annual Creative Aging Day in Kelowna.
The Fat Cat Children's Festival, the Women's 5K and 10K Run and Walk and the motorcycle Ride For Dad all go June 10-12.
Kelowna students have profound personal growth while serving underprivileged children and completing projects in Mexico.
Okanagan College graduates by the thousands prepared to take on the world of enterprise.
Popular summer day camps at the Kelowna Art Gallery are taking registration now.
How about 3-D modeling, laser engraving, Lego robotics, and concrete like you've never seen it before in your summer camp fun.