Three more winners of Kelowna civic awards were announced this week.
Work continues on the best way to introduce a program intended to provide a safe place in Kelowna for marginalized communities whose members are feeling threatened or harassed.
Hockey players, grandparents, Rotarians, firefighters, churches, and grocery stores are among the individuals and groups who help feed Kelowna school kids every day, trustees will hear next week.
The Western Hockey League announced late Tuesday the Kelowna Rockets have been cleared to resume team activities beginning today after all individuals within the team cohort tested negative for COVID-19 this week.
OTTAWA - Governments are looking at new limits for travel both into and within Canada, as the third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic continues to set heartbreaking records.
HOUSTON - The streets of Houston’s Third Ward, a historically black neighbourhood where George Floyd grew up, echoed with screams filled with the word “justice” in the moments after former Minneapolis police Officer Derek Chauvin was convicted of murder.
LOS ANGELES - A former president of the organization that hosts the Golden Globes has been dropped from the group’s board after sending an email that called Black Lives Matter a “hate movement.”
BOSTON - Xander Bogaerts hit a three-run home run to back Eduardo Rodriguez in his first start at Fenway Park since 2019, and the Boston Red Sox beat the Toronto Blue Jays 4-2 on Tuesday night.
Rowing Canada has suspended the former head coach of the University of Victoria women's rowing team for one year after an investigation into allegations of aggressive and demeaning treatment.
TORONTO - Small business owners and advocates say Ottawa should rethink the eligibility requirements for subsidies after Monday’s federal budget failed to include companies launched shortly before the COVID-19 pandemic or after it began.
LOS ANGELES - The Academy of County Music honours drew a record-low audience, joining other awards shows also finding dwindling viewer interest.
Air Canada and the federal government signed a bailout deal on Monday that features refunds for cancelled flights.
Even if 80% or more of the population eventually gets vaccinated against COVID-19 and its many variants and we approach so-called “herd immunity,” it does not follow that those not vaccinated will never contract or spread what may be a fatal illness.