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  • The Cure for Death by Lightning at WCT

    KAMLOOPS - Mystery, magic and hope infuse Western Canada Theatre’s production of The Cure for Death by Lightning, adapted from the best-selling novel, at the Sagebrush Theatre stage April 6 to 15.
  • Paradise versus Reality: One Family's Experiences Living on a Galapagos Island

    Brown Bag Lecture: Feb. 21, 2017, noon - 1 pm  
    Speaker: Alison Roberts-Zschoke and Arnd Zschoke
    Topic: Paradise versus Reality: One Family's Experiences Living on a Galapagos Island 
  • The Comedy of Errors - Two Times the Fun!

    Western Canada Theatre welcomes the New Year with hearty laughs to fill the cold night air: The Comedy of Errors, William Shakespeare’s craziest comedy, runs from January 26 to February 4 at Sagebrush Theatre.
  • YLW Master Plan guides the way to 2045

    On Nov. 21, the final Kelowna International Airport (YLW) Master Plan 2045 was approved and adopted by Kelowna City Council.

    In March 2015, YLW engaged SNC-Lavalin and its consultants to update the existing Master Plan 2025. The integrated team developed the new Master Plan 2045 in support of YLW’s vision to become the best mid-sized airport in North America.
  • Emergency department expansion launched at Merritt hospital

    MERRITT - Emergency health services in the Coquihalla corridor will be strengthened thanks to a planned expansion and renovation of the Nicola Valley Hospital and Health Centre's emergency department.
  • City Seeking Input on Peterson Creek Multi-use Pathway Project

    Biking and walking between Sahali and downtown will soon get much easier. The City plans to construct the first phase of the Peterson Creek Multi-use Pathway to connect Summit Drive (near Sa-Hali Secondary School) to downtown (near Glenfair Drive). This three-meter wide, 1.7 km long, paved multi-use pathway will provide walkers and cyclists with a safe and direct link between Sahali and downtown. The pathway will include lighting, signage, rest areas with benches, and other amenities.
  • West Kelowna Council meeting highlights

    City Hall Options
    Council directed staff to investigate two of six options presented to provide efficient municipal operations for the City of West Kelowna. The City has $7.1 million within its Financial Plan to put towards meeting the requirement for an efficient municipal hall facility.
  • Kelowna City Council meeting highlights

    Imagine Kelowna speaker #3
  • Kamloops Business Excellence Awards nominees named

    KAMLOOPS - Nominations for the 2015 Business Excellence Awards were released today by the Kamloops Chamber of Commerce and TD Bank Group.
  • Information session for Clifton Road upgrades

    The City of Kelowna and design consultant Focus Engineering are proposing to begin road and drainage improvements along Clifton Road.

    The public is invited to view the preferred design concept and construction schedule for the four-laning of Clifton Road between Clement and Lambert avenues, including upgrades to sanitary, water, drainage and retaining walls.

    When: Thursday, June 12
    Time:  5 – 7 p.m.
    Where: St Pius X Church, 1077 Fuller Ave.

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