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    Commander’s Message
  • Kelowna Chamber Releases Top Five Requests of the Prime Minister  and the Federal Government

    Kelowna: The Kelowna Chamber of Commerce is pleased that the number of national organizations opposing the recently proposed tax policy changes by the federal government continues to grow.  
  • Canada's first car bike port bicycle parking comes to Kamloops

    Kamloops, BC – This week, the first two car bike ports in Canada were installed in Kamloops - one on the south shore of the city (300 block of Lansdowne Street) and one on the north shore (400 block of Tranquille Road).
  • B.C. competition recognizes Interior writers

    THOMPSON-OKANAGAN - Writers from Vernon and Kamloops are among 11 midlife emerging B.C. writers who have had their unpublished manuscripts recognized for the 2016 Cedric Literary Awards.
  • Ministry urges public to use common sense with bears

    VICTORIA - This time of year, bears throughout the province are out searching for available food sources as they fuel up for the winter months.
  • Chamber raises issues with Liberal MPs

    VERNON - Reps of the Greater Vernon Chamber of Commerce were in Kelowna last week raising a number of issues with members of the Federal Liberal Pacific Caucus.
  • Scotiabank MS Walk coming to Kamloops

    KAMLOOPS - With Canada having the highest rate of multiple sclerosis in the world, Scotiabank MS Walk organizers are hoping thousands will feel inspired to participate in the annual event happening May 15, 2016, in 19 locations throughout B.C. and the Yukon, with the exception of Prince George which is occurring June 5, 2016.
  • Penticton Regional Hospital donors no strangers to health battles

    PENTICTON - Jennifer Stewart literally had to crawl on her knees in her fight against cancer.
  • The Great Okanagan Beer Festival comes to Kelowna

    Gibbons Festivals and Events is excited to announce that tickets go on sale March 6, 2015 for the inaugural Great Okanagan Beer Festival to be held in Kelowna, May 7-9, 2015. For more information and to buy tickets visit:
  • CWMM Consulting wins engineering award

    KELOWNA - CWMM Consulting Engineers Ltd. of Kelowna took the top award for Design and Contract Preparation - Structures at the 11th annual Deputy Minister's Consulting Engineers Awards, for its exceptional work on the Highway 2 Tupper Creek to 192nd Road project.

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