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  • Feedback Sought for Draft Trash Plan

    The Thompson-Nicola Regional District (TNRD) is seeking feedback on its draft Regional Solid Waste Management Plan (RSWMP).
  • West Kelowna council meeting highlights

    West Kelowna Council’s meetings January 24, 2017.
  • OKANAGAN HOCKEY ECONOMIC IMPACT MORE THAN $19 MILLION

    The Okanagan Hockey Group (OHG) is pleased to announce an economic impact of $19.91-million to the City of Penticton from September 2015 through August 2016.
  • Highlights from the Thompson-Nicola Regional District Board of Directors’ meeting

    Meeting notes from October 27, 2016:
  • Okanagan College business team brings home Social EnterPrize

    A team consisting of two Okanagan College professors and one student researcher are among only five teams across the country to be awarded prestigious research grants from the Trico Charitable Foundation.
  • Central Okanagan Floodplain Management Plan being developed

    CENTRAL OKANAGAN - Work is underway to develop a plan to better understand the risks and what can be done to reduce potential damage from flooding in the Central Okanagan.

    The Regional Board has heard from the consultant who prepared the first phase report of the Regional Floodplain Management Plan which has identified and prioritized the criteria for further study of flood hazard areas.  
  • Arlene Schieven named president and CEO of Tourism Sun Peaks

    SUN PEAKS - Tourism Sun Peaks has announced that Arlene Schieven will be returning home to British Columbia this summer as the new President and Chief Executive Officer of the destination marketing organization for Canada’s second largest ski resort.
  • 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.
  • Downtown Plan wins provincial gold

    Penticton – The City of Penticton has been selected by the Planning Institute of British Columbia for Excellence in Planning Practice – Small Town & Rural Areas as a gold winner for its 2014 awards.
  • West Kelowna council highlights: May 13, 2014

    Local State of Emergency for Gellatly Road
    Council acknowledged the declaration of the state of local emergency by Mayor Doug Findlater on May 12 regarding the slope failure on a section of Gellatly Road. Gellatly Road, from approximately Witt Road to Angus Drive, was closed May 2 due to erosion of the bank on the west side of the road, adjacent to Smith Creek.

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