FYI - For Your Information

  • West Kelowna council meeting highlights

    West Kelowna Council’s meetings January 24, 2017.
  • Nicola Valley Hospital – Emergency Department Expansion

    MERRITT – Interior Health has chosen Kasian Architecture Interior Design and Planning Ltd. as the design consultant for the planned expansion and renovation of the Nicola Valley Hospital and Health Centre’s emergency department.

    Kasian was chosen as the successful proponent from among nine submissions for a recent request for proposals (RFP) that closed Dec. 6.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Blasting activity in Rose Valley and Talus Ridge begins

    WEST KELOWNA - The City of West Kelowna is advising the public that blasting activity related to subdivision construction in the Rose Valley and Talus Ridge neighbourhoods is expected to begin this week.

    Blasting permits have been issued to Rose Valley Ventures Ltd. and Ryser Developments. for site construction and servicing for property at the end of Rose Meadow Drive and property at the end of Mountain Hollows Lane in West Kelowna.
  • South Pandosy Transit Exchange information session

    KELOWNA - The public is invited to an information session about the final design plans for the South Pandosy Transit Exchange construction project, Thursday, February 19, from 4 to 7 p.m. in the restaurant area of Urban Fare in the Mission Park Shopping Centre.
  • 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.
  • Water conservation and quality improvement grant awards, 2014

    Regional District North Okanagan
    Available funds: $57,000   Total Requested: $45,700   Recommended Funding: $45,700

    Project Title:
    North Kalamalka Lake Intake Protection Zone Storm Water Reclamation Project
    Organization:
    Greater Vernon Water
    Project Goals:
    Kalamalka Lake is a major domestic water source for Greater Vernon, providing about 40% of water to customers.
  • West Kelowna council meeting July 23, 2013

    Water Master Plan
    Council received a status update on the developing Water Master Plan from Michael Trickey, a consultant with Strategic Infrastructure Management Inc. The Plan will guide the operations, maintenance, upgrading and expansion of the municipality’s five water systems under one authority.
  • West Kelowna council highlights May 28, 2013

    Water Master Plan Public Outreach Committee Named
    Mayor Doug Findlater rose and reported that West Kelowna Council named the following community members to its Water Master Plan Public Outreach Committee:
This home on Lakeshore Road in Kelowna recently sold. It was listed for sale at almost $14 million.
UPDATE: This is the second most expensive home ever sold in the Okanagan
A home listed for sale for almost $14 million sold this spring in Kelowna. The listing agent’s office, Jane Hoffman Realty/Coldwell Banker, would not reveal what the property sold for but did confirm that it sold this spring and  
Warba potatoes are my favourite variety.
RECIPE: This Father's Day potato salad will become a tradition
Everyone seems to have at least one of the famous Whitewater Cooks  cookbooks in their collection. And for good reason, the recipes are amazing and they all work. This potato salad has become a family favourite, especially when we use

Top News