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When the Jikuri family, from eastern Europe, learned about subsidized child care through the YMCA, it changed everything.
Lots of tips for keeping wildlife out of your neighbourhood.
Three local community groups who are looking for new people to get involved in their shows—on stage or backstage. No experience necessary.
This year, the school chosen is Anne McClymont Elementary in the Okanagan Mission on Lakeshore Road.
Any type of open burning is still not permitted in the city of Kelowna. Open burning season is Oct. 1 through April 30, with a permit.
Qualifications include a minimum six month commitment, a strong sense of dependability, a caring and friendly demeanor.
Time with his dying father lead him to a new book, and profound new quality of life.
“It gave us a real life perspective and understanding of what it will be like doing this kind of work out in the real world.”
Importance of digital literacy can’t be underestimated.
World premieres and old favourites make up Ballet Kelowna's 2015-16 season of performances.
Volunteer workers are needed to install insulation in the outer walls of the new food bank building.
Okanagan Centre Park was busy as CentrePiece provided lots of family entertainment.
The Lake Country Classic and Custom Car Show was another major success over the weekend.
The Kelowna Wine Country Half Marathon helps visitors get a much more in-depth grasp of many things the Okanagan has to offer.
The conference will provide practical uses of technology in classrooms and course curriculum design.
Bears fishing for food may not hear you over the noise of the creek water.
Artists have until Aug. 22 to drop off art at the Lake Country Art Gallery to be in the gallery's Artwalk-inspired exhibition.
The First Nations Health Authority (FNHA) is partnering with Interior Health on a campaign that aims to destigmatize HIV and AIDS.
There was a lot of interest in viewing the name plaques on the Memorial Wall.
Bucking the national trend, the B.C. economy is improving.