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  • Wood Stove & Fireplace Rebate Program

    Kamloops, BC – City residents may be eligible to receive up to  $1,600 in rebates for upgrading their old, uncertified wood-burning appliance for a new, certified, low emission heating appliance
  • West Kelowna special council meeting

    WEST KELOWNA - Special Council Meeting February 28, 2017

    Secondary Suites & Carriage Houses
    Council took part in a workshop to review the effectiveness of secondary suite and carriage house regulations in the community, and provided direction on key decision points. Council first implemented secondary suite regulations in 2010 and allowed carriage homes beginning in 2015
  • Save money, burn cleaner and make wood last longer

    Many wood stoves and fireplace inserts likely received a workout with the recent cold temperatures in the Central Okanagan.
  • Exchange rebates for old wood stoves

    KELOWNA - Here’s how you can save some money now and reduce harmful air pollution. Thousands of dollars in rebates are still being offered for replacing your old wood burning appliance. And you can save money every year from lower heating costs.
  • Burn cleaner, reduce smoke and save money

    A $250 rebate is a great incentive for anyone planning to replace their old wood burning appliance with a new cleaner burning unit.

    The Regional District of Central Okanagan Air Quality Wood Stove Exchange program is once again offering rebates thanks to a grant from the B.C. government in partnership with the BC Lung Association

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