Norm Letnick

Letnick: Addressing the lack of family doctors in B.C.

The decisions and habits we make now will affect our health into the future.

Letnick: WorkBC.ca: Website opens the door to opportunity

If you’re looking to build on your career, start a new career, or know someone who is, the government of B.C. has a resource to help you.

MLA’s Report: Letnick defends agriculture spending

The B.C. budget builds on the agrifoods strategy, which is set to expand agrifoods to a $14 billion-a-year industry by 2017.

Latnick: B.C.’s Liberal government putting best foot forward in Central Okanagan

Since being elected, local MLAs have worked closely with local leaders and constituents to identify our priorities.

Letnick: Start seeing benefits of the bypass in your mind

As we get nearer to completion a more apt analogy would be a much-anticipated vacation.

Letnick: Remembering Peter Lougheed

So here I was, a business student at the University of Calgary, thinking what to do after I graduate.

Letnick: Managing health care costs relates to managing our own health

The best question to ask is if B.C.’s health care management is the best it can be?

Letnick: Winfield-Oyama highway update

In my last quarterly construction update, I compared a highway upgrading project to an iceberg. I can’t think of a more appropriate analogy.

Letnick: Home owners have the option to defer property taxes for a while

It’s that time of year again—homeowners throughout B.C. are receiving their property tax notices.

Letnick: Cruelest part of Alzheimer’s is that it has no cure

There are few challenges more frustrating than caring for a loved one suffering from dementia.

BC leads nation in fighting AIDS

By Norm LetnickHealth is a top priority for the government of British…

Back in business

Across the country and the rest of the province, the Kelowna area is known for many things.

One speech, one vision

The start of a new legislative session is always interesting.

KGH in perspective

Four major projects. More than 622,000 square feet of space. Nearly $703 million in investments.

On the right path

Steady progress continues to be made on transportation capital priorities identified by Kelowna residents earlier this year. Here is an update on where we are.

Navigating the boomer glacier

A column by MLA Norm Letnick

Growing a healthy tax policy

A column by MLA Norm Letnick.

Three little numbers a big help

Did you know you can easily access a wealth of non-emergency health…