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  • Local chefs compete for provincial gold

    Thursday, November 17th local Chefs Mark Filatow, Waterfront Restaurant & Wine Bar and Rob Walker, Big White Ski Resort will be competing at the provincial Gold Medal Plates competition in Victoria.

    The competition will have 10 chefs competing for the opportunity to win Gold Medal Plates in British Columbia and move forward to compete at the Canadian Culinary Champions February 3-4, 2017 in Kelowna.
  • Preparedness essential in an emergency

    On October 20 at 10:20 a.m., millions of people worldwide will practice how to “Drop, Cover and Hold On” during Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drills.
  • A Blue Moon world premiere in Kamloops

    KAMLOOPS - Western Canada Theatre, in association with Arts Club Theatre Company Vancouver and Thousand Islands Playhouse Gananoque, is proud to present the world premiere of In A Blue Moon, April 28 – May 7 at the Pavilion Theatre in Kamloops.
  • KAMLOOPS ARTS COUNCIL: Inked and Adorned

    KAMLOOPS - The Kamloops Arts Council presents Inked and Adorned by Catherine Dalfort April 9 to May 2 with an opening reception planned 7 to 9 p.m. on Friday, April 10.
  • New manager hired by Summerland Varieties Corporation

    SUMMERLAND – The Summerland Varieties Corporation (SVC, formerly PICO) announced that it has hired a new senior manager to pilot the company. Michael Bechtel assumes the General Manager position at the plant breeder rights company this week.
  • Governor General’s Award-winning artist Jayce Salloum appearing at UBC

    KELOWNA - Renowned and critically acclaimed artist Jayce Salloum will visit UBC to give a special talk to the graduating visual artist class at its bachelor of fine arts (BFA) grad show.

    His talk, at 8 p.m., Saturday, April 19, in the Creative and Critical Studies building, 1148 Research Rd., UBC Okanagan, is free and open to the public.

    Born and raised in Kelowna, Salloum was named a 2014 Governor General’s Award winner for Visual and Media Arts.
  • New director brings extensive resume to Continuing Studies and Corporate Development at Okanagan College

    An experienced Continuing Studies leader has been chosen as Okanagan College’s new Director of Continuing Studies and Corporate Development.

    Dr. Dennis Silvestrone will be assuming the role beginning in March 2014. He brings with him extensive experience as director of continuing studies and corporate development, including positions at Vancouver Island University, North Island College and most recently, at the University of Manitoba.

  • B.C. transfer system brings flexibility to students

    VICTORIA - Post-secondary students in British Columbia can move between institutions, programs and regions as they pursue their education and training, thanks to the most comprehensive credit transfer system in Canada.
  • Attorney General supports administrative reform by Chief Judge

    VICTORIA - The number of court regions in the province is being consolidated to five from 12, a move that geographically aligns the regions with those used by other government agencies and that will improve court management.
  • Citizens recognized for their contributions to the community

    A reception will be held tonight at Hotel 540 to honour the recipients of the City of Kamloops Distinguished Service Award and the Freeman of the City Award. Ambo Dhaliwal, Sandra Blair, Pat Decker, Graham Cope, Jessie Ann Fleming, Trevor Jensen, Niki Remesz and Anthony Salituro were nominated by their peers for their contribution of time and effort to make a difference in our community.


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