Despite its agrarian-sounding name, West Kelowna's Wine Trail is rife with infractions against farming regulations, regional officials say.
A pandemic-related request to expand a boat inspection program aimed at stopping invasive mussels at B.C.'s borders has been rejected by the provincial government.
An online petition asking the provincial government to buy a 234-acre property in the North Okanagan had more than 12,000 signatures as of Tuesday.
The first Westbank Farmers’ Market of the 2020 season went ahead in the Westridge Shopping Centre parking lot Saturday morning and both vendors and shoppers were happy to be back.
After cycling many of the Okanagan’s rail trails for the series on the best valley trails, the Sheriff and Constant Companion Carmen headed to the West Kootenays with outdoor buddies for the last 10 days of June to explore rail trails there.
The release of long pent-up demand has propelled Kelowna's first ride-hailing service to great success in its first few days of operation, company officials say.
A Kelowna judge must decide whether Tejwant Danjou, found by police covered in blood in a dumpster after his wife was bludgeoned to death, is a murderer or an accidental killer.
Vernon resident and author Christine Thelker has released a memoir, For This I am Grateful, a deeply personal look at her life as a relatively young person diagnosed with early-onset dementia.
The behaviour of a Kelowna police officer during the arrest of a distressed university student under the Mental Health Act is of "deep concern" to the region's top Mountie.
Advocates of a skatepark in the Lower Mission are more than halfway toward their goal of collecting 5,000 names on an online petition to support their cause.
Almost 350,000 people had signed an online petition as of Canada Day morning that calls for a Kelowna RCMP officer to be fired and charged with assault for the way she responded to a report of a woman in possible distress.
Their names often appear together — Fasciaux and Gruyelle. They conjure up the image of a Quebec City law firm, a Parisian perfumery, or remind me of my elementary school days, when I first came upon the names of Canadian explorers and fur-traders, Pierre-Esprit Radisson (circa 1636-1710) an…
Two-thirds of Okanagan fruit growers intend to lower their production this year because of uncertainties and risks associated with COVID-19, a survey has found.
A 14-storey housing and commercial development is proposed for the South Pandosy neighbourhood just north of Boyce-Gyro Beach Park.
The pedestrianization of Bernard Avenue is a welcome step to helping downtown businesses recover from the financial effects of COVID-19, some Kelowna merchants and shoppers said Monday.
The series on the best Okanagan trails takes a break this week with a request for feedback from readers, plus the latest version of a popular outdoors guide.
The next wave in green vehicles is getting a boost with the opening of three hydrogen fuelling stations in B.C. — including one slated to open next year in Kelowna.