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  • World AIDS Day Aboriginal AIDS Awareness Week

    Kelowna – December 1st and Dec 1st-7th 2017 have been officially proclaimed “World AIDS Day” and “Aboriginal AIDS Awareness Week” by Mayor Colin Basran. Representatives of Living Positive Resource Centre, REL8 Okanagan and Ki-Low-Na Friendship Society met with the Mayor to receive the proclamation
  • Special Olympics Team Canada 2017 shone in Austria

    VERNON - After years of training and competition to reach the 2017 Special Olympics World Winter Games, the members of Team Canada from British Columbia truly delivered in Austria March 14 to 24.

    Special Olympics Team Canada’s 16 athletes, eight coaches, and one mission staff member from B.C. did their province proud as they competed with skill and determination on the world stage
  • Christmas comes early to local charities

    On November 25, Raymond James Ltd. is hosting the 3rd Annual Christmas in November Fundraising event benefitting the YMCA of Okanagan’s Strong Kids Campaign and the Central Okanagan Food Bank. Raymond James is a full service investment firm committed to giving back to those communities in which they serve.
  • Spooky writer reads, speaks at Kamloops Library

    Victorian England, a missing child, a lunatic asylum and undead spirits — who could resist?
  • Kelowna Art Gallery's new exhibition offers take on the micro home movement

    Germaine Koh: Home Made Home
    October 22, 2016 to February 12, 2017

    A new solo exhibition at the Kelowna Art Gallery seems especially timely for our rapidly growing city. Vancouver-based artist Germaine Koh’s show titled Home Made Home comprises two “social sculptures” through which she looks at the notion of the micro home
  • Okanagan College Trades Building wins top honours at SICA Commercial Building Awards

    KELOWNA – Okanagan College Trades Building was named the Judges’ Choice Best Overall entry in the 8th Annual Southern Interior Construction Association Commercial Building Awards Thursday, Oct. 27 at the Four Points Sheraton Hotel.
  • Coors Light Snowbombing Canada announces Sun Peaks debut

    Ludacris, Kaskade, Duke Dumont, Oliver Heldens, Stormzy, Hudson Mohawke, Thomas Jack, Bob Moses Live, Getter Pete Tong, Netsky and more join the bill for the debut of Coors Light Snowbombing Canada
  • Southern Interior Commercial Building Awards finalists

    THOMPSON-OKANAGAN - Commercial and industrial buildings have been named as finalists for the 8th Annual Southern Interior Construction Association Commercial Building Awards, set for Thursday, Oct. 27 at the Four Points Sheraton Hotel in Kelowna.
  • Volunteer group wants help targeting illegal dumping

    CENTRAL OKANGAN - For the second time in a matter of weeks, a dedicated group of volunteer outdoor enthusiasts will be out in the bush this coming weekend cleaning up illegally dumped garbage others less responsible have left behind. And if you want to pitch in and lend some elbow grease to their cause, they could sure use your help.
  • Help keep B.C. wildlife free of bovine tuberculosis

    LUMBY - The Province is calling on hunters in the Cherryville-Lumby area to help monitor bovine tuberculosis in wildlife by bringing the heads of white-tailed or mule deer to select locations.

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