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  • Okanagan College program brings training within reach for Princeton students

    Aging populations and retirements among baby boomer health care workers could spell a shortage of Health Care Assistants (HCAs) in many B.C. communities over the next decade.
  • District of Peachland council highlights

    DRIVEWAY ACCESS PERMITS
    Council adopted the following Driveway Access Permit Bylaws:
  • Vernon Chamber launches Chamber Certified program

    The Greater Vernon Chamber of Commerce is launching a new program aimed at helping members of the chamber proudly show their commitment to the community and high customer service standards. 
  • Highlights of March 27 Kelowna city council meeting

    Marina at the Eldorado
    Council approved a development permit for the form and character of a marina service building at Okanagan Marina in front of the Eldorado Hotel. The proposed marina building will replace two older buildings that are in need of repair.
  • Possible traffic disruptions this Sunday on West Kelowna waterfront

    Mountain Equipment Co-op will be hosting its Road Race One on West Kelowna’s waterfront this Sunday, April 2 and motorists may experience minor traffic disruptions between 9 a.m. and noon.

    Participants will be running along the race route involving Whitworth Road and Gellatly Road up to Rotary Beach Park.
  • Multiple Central Okangan SAR calls for stranded motorists, stuck in the snow

    Central Okanagan Search and Rescue volunteer members are enjoying the spring weather along with their neighbours, however they would like to remind folks, that while the snow piles have retreated and the streets are being cleaned in the valley, winter conditions are still in effect on forestry roads even within sight of the lake.
  • Lions Hall transferred to City of West Kelowna

    Mayor Doug Findlater and members of West Kelowna Council are pleased to announce that negotiations with the Westbank Lions Club to transfer ownership of its Westbank Lions Hall to the City of West Kelowna have been successfully completed and the hall will remain a community recreational and event facility
  • North Okanagan Naturalists bluebird trails workshop

    The North Okanagan Naturalists' Club is hosting a workshop and information session on the Bluebird Trail program. 
  • Changing with 'modem' times

    The City of Kelowna is asking for feedback about its website starting today at getinvolved.kelowna.ca.

    The online survey and open discussion questions ask residents to assess the new website on aspects such as ease of finding services and information, ease in understanding the information and the site’s visual appeal.
  • WolfPack mourning loss of former player/assistant coach Gardner

    The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack regret to announce the passing of former player and current assistant coach with their men’s soccer team: Sebastian Gardner.

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