Top Story

Recent Headlines

The Nomadic Bannock food truck teamed up with Metis Community Services of Kelowna Saturday to provide lunch for an Okanagan Metis and Aboriginal Housing Society townhouse complex in West Kelowna.

A tweet for help, a response from a researcher and a collaboration with a safety products manufacturing company have frontline healthcare workers seeing clearly through their protective face shields.


The founder of a group that helps at-risk youth will now be helping at-risk adults.

The Ontario government's decision to cancel overnight summer camps due to the ongoing risks presented by the COVID-19 pandemic is both medically necessary and potentially disastrous, according to people involved with the industry.

The trade association for the world's major airlines is proposing a range of measures aimed at relaunching the global air travel industry — including an end to in-flight physical distancing rules — that run counter to the established policies of Canadian carriers and the federal government.

The series on the best Okanagan trails continues today with the two official trails, countless unofficial trails, forest service roads and the promise of more official trails in the hidden gem of Black Mountain/Sntsk’il’nten Regional Park on the eastern boundary of Kelowna.


It’s anyone’s guess whether what Canadians experienced during the last pandemic will repeat today, but if you are like me and want to learn more about pandemics outside of what Netflix and other streaming services have to offer, I recommend you read Mark Osborne Humphries’s 2012 book, “The L…

TORONTO - No one knows when a fresh surge of COVID-19 cases will emerge in Canada, but experts agree numbers are poised to rise and could very well explode in surveillance blindspots.

Take advantage of the gift of time you’ve been given during this outbreak


Certainly, for Mother’s Day, the woman who gave birth to you will appreciate a card, phone call, socially distant visit, chocolates and/or flowers.

A local counselling service is launching a campaign to help men get the mental-health help they may need during the COVID-19 pandemic.

In the vast majority of cases, historic homes are named after their first owners, or in some cases significant individuals or families who lived there.