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  • The Corporation of the District of Peachland Regular Council Meeting Highlights

    Council determined that the current location of Heritage Park for the Peachland Farmers’ and Crafters’ Market is the most suitable. The location and alternative locations of the market were investigated by the Peachland Economic Development Committee and presented their findings to Council for their consideration.
  • The Central Okanagan's Primary Business Resource

    Meet the 2018 Advisory Board
  • Central Okanagan Economic Development Commission Announces 2018 Advisory Board

    A service provided by the Regional District of Central Okanagan, the COEDC has a 40+ member advisory body including key industry leaders representing various sectors including:  Aerospace, Agriculture, Manufacturing, Healthcare, Professional Services, Development, Technology and Tourism.
  • Master of Management reimagines professional graduate education

    Professional graduate education is being reimagined right now at UBC’s Okanagan campus.
  • Funtastic Community Grant Awards

    The President of The Vernon and District Funtastic Sports Society, Diana Williamson announces, on behalf of the grant committee, with Robert Murphy as lead, Brad Steel and Angie Clowrie as directors of Funtastic and our media partner Betty Selin, the recipients of our continuing community grant program for 2017.
  • Lake Country economy continues to boom

    LAKE COUNTRY - It’s hard to miss what’s happening in Lake Country these days as the community continues to break historic records for economic growth. Hot on the heels of a province-wide Open for Business Award, the booming Okanagan community continues to set the pace for both residential construction and new commercial activity.
  • West Kelowna Council meeting highlights

    Hillside Development Permit Guideline Amendments
    Council approved changes to its Hillside Development Permit Guidelines bylaw aimed at improving monitoring and enabling enforcement in cases where regulations are being ignored. Amendments include:
  • Conference showcases WFN’s unique economic strength

    WESTBANK: Westbank First Nation held an Economic Development Conference today showcasing to over 120 business delegates its unique and continued economic strength, and plans for future growth.

    “WFN is heavily involved in the business community, and recognizes Economic Development as vital to our long-term success as a self-determining First Nation,” says Chief Roxanne Lindley.
  • Osoyoos council meeting highlights


  • How does Kelowna and Central Okanagan stand up against other regions in North America?

    KELOWNA - The Central Okanagan Economic Development Commission’s (COEDC) Okanagan Young Professionals Collective (OYP) is pleased to launch new tools to promote the Central Okanagan region to young professionals. The OYP Collective has a mission to attract and retain young professionals to the Central Okanagan.

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