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Business Spotlight - Kelowna and Area

  • Continually Blooming With Knowledge

    As we sit partly shaded under a back yard pagoda amongst a vegetable garden, trailing greenery and some unusual plants; Ken Salvail talks about everything from his favorite garden clippers, to insects, edible weeds and landscape design.
         But Salvail’s knowledge of everything horticulture didn’t come fast or easy. It grew with focused, self-driven commitment
  • United Rentals Keeps Growing

    Victoria Roberts knows what it takes to be successful, and she’s going to put that same vision and drive into the success of the newly opened United Rentals in Kelowna.
         The rental outlet, which has an integrated network of over 880 locations in 10 provinces and 49 states, continues to grow.
         “We’re experiencing tonnes of growth and we wanted to be in this market
  • A Fishy Kind of Hobby

    Some people have golf or car restoration hobbies which aren’t all that uncommon, but a Japanese Koi hobby is a little more unique, especially when some of the exotic fish carry a price of upwards of $1,000,000.
  • Keeping Cool on the Inside

    It’s distinctly possible that the Okanagan Valley in the springtime is the most beautiful place on earth. When the seasons change for the warmer, it’s tempting to start looking forward to all the things we’re going to do outside. But let’s not forget about the systems that work together to keep us comfortable inside
  • Change is a Comin' to the Rules of Golf

    The game of golf has been around since the middle ages, and so have the rules. But soon, golfers of all levels will be playing a slightly different game.
         Starting January 1, 2019, the United States Golf Association and the Royal & Ancient Golf Association are introducing a number of new, simplified rules to the game. The idea is to make golf more appealing to a broader range of people
  • Taking Control of Your Separation

    Going through a marriage separation can leave a person feeling out of control. But to the contrary, separation can actually give a person confidence and empowerment while allowing them to be in control of themselves; much like taking hold of their own steering wheel.
  • It’s Kelowna’s Turn to Eat, Play, Match

    Change is coming; and Kelowna residents and visitors are going to eat it up.
          Kelowna’s Lake City Casino is opening its own Match Eatery and Public House, adding a whole new vibe to Kelowna’s lake front and the Casino.
         The addition of Match, along with The Buffet, is something Kelowna’s Lake City Casino staff and patrons have been waiting to sink their teeth into
  • Mindful Divorce; A New Approach

    Couples don’t get married to get divorced.
  • One Stop Keeps You Warm, Cold and Covered

    Keeping warm in the winter and cool in the summer we trust our mechanical systems will work on demand with the touch of a button; but what we may not realize is the skill, commitment, training and pride that goes into making all systems go.
  • Unburden Those Left Behind

    Lost in grief, you find yourself driving to the funeral home to make arrangements for your loved one who has died unexpectedly. Planning such a service while being swept up in a wave of grief is a task that seems insurmountable. Upon arrival, however, you exhale with great relief when you learn your loved one has pre-planned their arrangements.

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