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Canadian violinist Martin Beaver opens the Okanagan Symphony Orchestra season which will feature folk songs and dances of Finland.
Three works of art commemorate a long standing effort of the ONA and Interior Health to foster a positive health partnership.
More than half of all Canadians are entrepreneurs at heart and have thought of owning their own business…
Former Lake Country Art Galley curator Katie Brennan says she wants to build on what is already here.
Help get nutritious food to hungry people in the community.
Help out repairing whatever anyone brings in to the semi-annual Repair Café, Nov. 7 at Okanagan College.
Together Corrine Gable and Jim Lawrence will pace walkers/joggers through the 10 km circuit at this weekend’s BMO Okanagan Marathon.
Lake Country Police are warning the public to remove valuables and properly secure their vehicles.
A 61-year-old woman was tied up and a 65-year-old man was shot in the buttocks.
Intriguing issues emerge from Calvin White’s latest book, Letters From the Land of Fear.
If you’re considering a strata property, make sure you read and understand the strata minutes and bylaws…
Okanagan College proudly celebrated a quarter century of therapist assistant diploma student successes.
There will be sessions on family law, debt and financing, small claims and citizenship.
Fall Okanagan Wine Festival gets going Oct. 1-11 in Kelowna and throughout the Okanagan.
Endoscopic ultrasound can now be completed at Kelowna General Hospital.
Funding supports early career health researchers working with industry and communities.
Okanagan College in Kelowna has newly retrofitted state-of-the-art workshops thanks to Praxair’s Global Giving Program.
Paul Brandt, Dean Brody and Lindi Ortega at Prospera Place in Kelowna Sept. 26.
The Kelowna Chamber of Commerce and presenting sponsor Crowe MacKay host the inaugural Pinnacle Women’s Leadership event Sept. 29.
Student union directly involved in helping students get work.