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  • Making your money work for you

    Steven Theimer makes people’s money work for them. The Penticton-based consultant with IG Wealth Management says the importance of financial planning cannot be stressed strongly enough, but it is not always a message that gets through to some people.
  • Making your money work for you

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    Steven Theimer makes people’s money work for them. The Penticton-based consultant with IG Wealth Management says the importance of financial planning cannot be stressed strongly enough, but it is not always a message that gets through to some people.
  • Thompson-Okanagan couples opting to elope now, party post pandemic

    With so much uncertainty around gatherings, more couples are opting to elope in 2021 and save the party plans for later.
  • Car sales getting back to normal in B.C., Canada

    It may just be pent-up demand caused by a crash in new car sales during the height of the COVID-19 lockdown or, it might be a sign that the economy is in a strong recovery mode, but July was the best month of the year for car sales in Canada and ICBC reports a surge in vehicle registrations.
  • Planning prosperous future starts today with IG Wealth Management

    It all starts with a plan — and that plan starts now.
  • Okanagan student wins first round in HRT case over flashing lights in school performance

    The B.C. Human Rights Tribunal has ruled a case against an independent Okanagan school can move forward after a Grade 12 student launched a complaint stating the school failed to take into consideration her seizure disorder while she worked on a school performance that involved the use of strobe lighting.
  • LifeLabs facing proposed class action over data breach affecting up to 15M clients

    TORONTO - A proposed class action lawsuit has been filed against medical services company LifeLabs over a data breach that allowed hackers to access the personal information of up to 15 million customers.
  • Attitudes towards transit expected to shift dramatically in Central Okanagan

    Even while the Central Okanagan transit system is struggling to find ways to boost service next fall, there are much bigger things to come. This despite the fact that citizen surveys in both Kelowna and West Kelowna last year found more than 80 per cent of those asked never take a bus.
  • iN VIDEO: Accused priests teach, counsel young children under radar

    Nearly 1,700 priests and other clergy members that the Roman Catholic Church considers credibly accused of child sexual abuse are living under the radar with little to no oversight from religious authorities or law enforcement, decades after the first wave of the church abuse scandal roiled U.S. dioceses, an Associated Press investigation has found.
  • Team addresses thorny ethical issues raised by genomic sequencing

    ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - Genome sequencing offers patients the potential of speedier, more effective diagnoses and medications. But building a safe and secure system to store people's unique genomic profiles is not a simple task.
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