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Trio of options unveiled for Kelowna’s former Tolko mill site

Long-awaited mixed-use waterfront development will include up to 3,500 homes on a near 40-acre site in Kelowna’s north end

More than 100 evacuated migrant workers in B.C. treated to hot meal and fellowship

Amid Okanagan wildfires, community steps up to help displaced migrant workers, many from Mexico

Fewer than 190 structures lost, damaged in Kelowna fires

Last night a 'calm but very busy night,' says West Kelowna fire chief

Property owners defy Kelowna's short-term rental rules

Hundreds of owners flout four-year-old bylaw, city says, as staff propose ban

Taxi industry, rideshare competitors bracing for launch of Uber in B.C. Interior

'It's definitely a David vs. Goliath scenario,' says Uride CEO

How B.C. skilled worker shortage could worsen in years to come

The province could face a worsening shortage of skilled workers over the next decade as the number of people coming into the profession lags behind those leaving. The president of Okanagan College...

Kelowna says ‘no for now’ for three-tower downtown development

City council has turned down a proposal for a massive development on Coronation Avenue – but leaves its options open

B.C. nurse suspended for creating fake vaccine cards

A Castlegar nurse has agreed to a voluntary suspension of her nursing registration after it was discovered she created fake COVID-19 vaccine cards. The decision was made public Friday as part of a...

Regulator rejects Uber's application to operate outside Lower Mainland and Whistler

29-page decision says pandemic resulted in less passenger volume

B.C.'s back-to-school plan will see return of mask mandate

Students across the board in B.C., those attending public and private K-12 schools and post secondary institutions will all return to in-class learning next month, despite the uptick in COVID-19...