The president of the online Athabasca University will take over the top job at Okanagan College next year.
The number of active businesses across greater Kelowna has nearly recovered to pre-pandemic levels, new data from Statistics Canada shows.
Most Kelowna area public elementary schools are in the bottom half of a new ranking that’s based on how well B.C. students can read, write and do math.
Organizers of the inaugural Rotary’s Rudolph Drive Thru Breakfast set for Dec. 3 at the Heritage Retirement Residence on Brown Road in West Kelowna have put the brakes on the event.
The sound of hockey sticks slapping a puck and a Zamboni making its rounds on the ice echoed into the rafters of Kelowna’s Prospera Place Friday afternoon where members of West Kelowna Fire Rescue were practising their rescue skills.
This is day No. 13 for bathroom renos but the end is in sight (with a much-needed shower). A resumption of fantastic outdoor recreation opportunities in the Okanagan can’t come soon enough.
A new Liberal promise to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 means nothing when the government has failed to meet its previous commitments, says local MP Dan Albas.
Rules for the use of city-owned recreation facilities are generating some pushback from the public, West Kelowna officials say.
British Columbians' top doctor wants you to wear a mask. She just isn't going to tell you to do so, in part because she believes such a sweeping order would be unfair to poor people, the homeless, and different racial groups.
British Columbians should say no to all social gatherings and non-essential travel and yes to mask-wearing, provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry says.
Winter conditions have returned to the Okanagan Valley bottom which finally put bikes into storage, brought out skis and snowshoes, and made for busy ski and snowboard shops.