Business

Bannister Honda gets national honour

Bannister Honda has won the 2017 Canadian DealerRater Honda Dealer of the Year Award

  • Mar 24th, 2017

People’s Soda earns Dragons’ seal of approval

Penticton entrepreneur Jason Cox entered the Dragons’ Den armed only with his craft soda

Okanagan Spirits up for awards

Okanagan distillery at World Spirits Award in Germany

Centre provides hands-on experience

Simone Kashuba’s Hand In Hand Learning Centre teaches life skills

Enderby chamber puts a focus on shopping local

The Enderby Chamber of Commerce will host a Business Matters session March 23 at the Splatsin Community Centre.

  • Mar 19th, 2017

More than water on tap

The Vernon Water Store was purchased by Ray and Jayne LaPointe in May 2016.

Kal Tire looks deep into potholes

Kal Tire’s pothole survey polled more than 1,000 Canadians from B.C. to Ontario

  • Mar 12th, 2017

College students go national

Thirteen students from Okanagan College’s Enactus team are preparing to take on the rest of the country in Vancouver

  • Mar 12th, 2017

Enderby Financial backs charities

Simple Generosity is a 12-month program that applauds community volunteerism and supports local charities and non-profits.

  • Mar 12th, 2017

Vernon realtors earn top recognition

The Salt Fowler Team with Re/Max Vernon has qualified for the 2016 Re/Max Diamond Team Award

  • Mar 12th, 2017

Chamber says higher minimum wage influences costs

Vernon’s Dan Rogers says labour costs are important issues for business owners.

  • Mar 12th, 2017

New bill would prohibit B.C. employers from requiring women to wear high heels while working

Green Party leader Andrew Weaver call the proposed bill ‘an appropriate and overdue step.’

Creating high-tech jobs

Recent innovation conference showcased companies and government agencies wanting to develop new high-tech products.

Trans Mountain pipeline cost hits $7.4 billion

Few oil shippers back out of commitments to use new line

Ironworkers endorse Clark, rap B.C. Fed

NDP leader shrugs off construction union choice

B.C. carbon tax fails revenue neutral claim: study

Fraser Institute challenges province’s revenue neutrality claim on carbon tax

Premier, US ambassador ‘optimistic’ about softwood talks with Trump team

Ambassador David MacNaughton and B.C. trade representative David Emerson await Donald Trump administration's lumber trade position

Negotiators prepare for U.S. lumber talks

Two years trying engage U.S. government on softwood lumber trade have been frustrating, now bracing for Donald Trump administration