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  • Ethel Street, Saucier Avenue set to fully reopen Nov. 29

    With work wrapping up on Phase 3 of the Ethel Street Active Transportation Corridor, Ethel Street between Harvey and Sutherland avenues will reopen at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 29, along with Saucier Avenue between Richter and Ethel streets
  • City of Kamloops launches Waste Wise Kamloops app

    Kamloops, BC – The City of Kamloops has launched the Waste Wise Kamloops app to help residents remember their collection day and help divert materials from city landfills.

    The free app includes a Collection Calendar tool where residents can enter their address into the app to find their collection schedule. Residents can then sign up to receive collection day reminders via email, phone call, or text message. In-app notifications are also available in the mobile app
  • Kelowna’s Gospel Mission's Westside Christmas Dinner

    West Kelowna, BC – “Christmas in our Community” is the third annual event sponsored by Kelowna’s Gospel Mission and Powers Creek Community Church, to help bring Christmas to West Kelowna’s friends and neighbours. It is being held at Westbank Lions Community Centre, 2466 Main Street, West Kelowna, beginning at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, November 25th, 2017.  This is a free event.
  • Your transit – Your say

    Kamloops – BC Transit, Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc and the City of Kamloops welcome public feedback on a new transit service that will connect Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc and Sun Rivers to the Kamloops Transit System, starting September 2018. Come to one of three open houses on December 4 and 5, or provide feedback through an online survey, open until December 11.
  • Seasonal service coming to the South Okanagan in December

    Osoyoos – The Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen, BC Transit and their local government partners are making it more convenient for transit riders in the South Okanagan to get to Penticton by offering additional service on Fridays in December.
  • UBC study finds family-friendly overpasses are needed to help grizzly bears

    Researchers have determined how female grizzly bears keep their cubs safe while crossing the Trans-Canada Highway.
  • TRU announces major corporate donation

    KAMLOOPS, BC – Thompson Rivers University is excited to announce its largest corporate donation this year. The Trans Mountain Expansion Project (TMEP) is gifting the university $500,000 to go toward bursaries for students in trades, social work, human service, research and environmental science.
  • Jazz Aviation helps Okanagan College students’ careers take flight

    Two Okanagan College students are getting a remarkable opportunity to jump start their careers as commercial pilots with major Canadian airline Jazz Aviation LP (Jazz).
  • Sheet metal career paths on display at open house

    The need for skilled Sheet Metal Workers locally and across B.C. has prompted Okanagan College to open the doors to one of its newest shops so potential students can test-drive the trade this fall.
  • Big Boost for Toys For Tots To Teens 2017 Event

    With the goal of no child or teen going without this Christmas in Penticton, local organizers have come together to grow the 2017 Toys for Tots to Teens.  The holiday season is quickly approaching and local business’s Cascades Casino and Canadian Tire are hosting the community toy drive on Friday December 1, 2017.  

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