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Online petition calls for government to increase funding
Targeted investment to create faster ambulance response times and reduce ER patient backlog
The families of three women missing from the North Okanagan-Shuswap struggle daily with uncertainty.
Upcoming Investors Group Walk for Alzheimer’s fundraiser across Okanagan helps those afflicted with disease and their families.
Home inspection is one of the subjects to be addressed before a sale is finalized
New provincial initiative proposed for emergency health services
New $4.4 million research study to determine which genetic strains of trout have best chance of survival in altered environments.
Events planned to celebrate World Water Day and Canada Water Week.
First Nations author Bev Sellars discusses the state of aboriginal culture
Recent innovation conference showcased companies and government agencies wanting to develop new high-tech products.
Another winter of unusual weather conditions not translating into high snowfall levels at higher elevations across the Okanagan.
Okanagan Basin Water Board pushes for financial commitment from Victoria, Ottawa.
Motor vehicle crashes in Kelowna outpace those in Penticton, Vernon and West Kelowna combined.
World Kidney Day on March 9 meant to raise awareness about being an organ donor.
Federal grant of $332,485 directed towards construction of Trades House training faciility at Kelowna campus.
New Trades Training House will offer hands-on experience for trades and apprenticeship students at Kelowna's Okanagan College campus.
Kelowna entrepreneur starts new taxi service with fleet of two Tesla electric powered vehicles.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has chosen not to carry out promise to change Canada's current electoral voting system.
Summerland resident Connie Denesiuk voted unanimously to serve another one-year term as chair of Okanagan College board of governors.
Two per cent hike coming for domestic students, five per cent for international students come fall of 2017.