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  • 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
  • Stuart Park rink closing, Kasugai Garden set to open

    When one door closes, another opens.
  • Closing of Stuart Park rink leads to opening of the gate

    KELOWNA - Consistently warm temperatures have ended the outdoor skating season. The Stuart Park outdoor rink will be closed after skating tonight as the ice can no longer be maintained. Skating is still available at Rutland Arena, Capital News Centre and Memorial Arena. Visit for public skating times.
  • Last chance to lace ’em up at Stuart Park

    KELOWNA - Skating season is coming to an end at Stuart Park’s outdoor rink. Warm temperatures mean an increase in daytime rink closures with the possibility of the outdoor rink fully closing within the next week.

    Until then, the rink will be open daily from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m., ice maintenance and weather permitting.

    “The rink will re-open in the evenings when the surface has frozen again.
  • Caution urged in high fire hazard areas like parks in Penticton

    PENTICTON - Due to extreme dry conditions, park and trail users in Penticton are urged to use extreme caution so as to avoid starting an interface fire.
  • Big White Ski Resort Announces One Of It’s Earliest Openings In The Mountains 50-year History

    KELOWNA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, November 12, 2013 – This winter season Big White Ski Resort announces one of it’s earliest openings in the mountains 50-year history - Saturday, November 16, 2013.  “With nearly 100cm of snow falling at Big White already, a 68cm base, and more snow predicted later this week, we’re all pretty excited up here on the mountain,” commented Michael J Ballingall, Senior Vice President

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