Business

Sale of B.C. hydroelectric project boosts Fortis Q2 profit to $720 million

The electric and gas utility company’s revenue was $1.97 billion

Arrow tag released on Shuswap

Salmon Arm company introduces safe, fun activity with a variety of play options

B.C. raising highway maintenance standards for winter driving

Major routes to be ‘bare pavement’ 24 hours after snowfall

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Tours offer a taste of Vernon
Certified KonMari Consultants take over Kelowna
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The luxury home auction returns to the Okanagan

HomeSense opening Vernon doors soon

One of Canada’s largest off-price furniture stores is weeks away from opening its doors in Vernon

Ride-hailing company Kater ready to launch in B.C. as soon as rules permit

Vancouver-based firm to add traditional ride-hailing across Metro Vancouver by this fall

Foodie tours offer taste of Vernon

Take your taste buds for a walk in downtown Vernon

Mr Mikes restaurant opens doors in Salmon Arm

Curious customers try out the food, service on Monday, July 29

Third cannabis retailer open for business in Salmon Arm

Downtown Cannabis owner says store defined by emphasis on education, hospitality

Should dogs be allowed in pubs? This Nova Scotian brewer thinks do

Ian Lawson, co-owner of Brightwood Brewery: ‘We believe dogs are family members’

B.C. businesses await worker compensation overhaul

Cost, ‘gender-based analysis’ among employer concerns

New bike shop leads the charge in Downtown Vernon

E bike shop riding with Okanagan Rail Trail and other local routes

Vernon carts cruise professional golf tour

SC Carts the official work vehicle of the GolfBC Championship

Dried cannabis sales see gains of 7% in May, oil sales climb 19%

Unfinished inventory of dried flower rose 21.7 per cent since April to 224,037 kilograms at the end of May

Freedom Mobile answers rivals’ recent moves with limited-time offer of free phone

Freedom says its current Absolute Zero promotion is a game changer

Vernon’s second cannabis retail store coming soon

Vernon will have its second cannabis store by the middle of next week

Armstrong plant stops bagging heater pellets, retailers search for alternatives

Pinnacle Renewable Energy still selling pellets by the ton but won’t make 40 lb. bags

Indigenous bidder kicks off ‘listening tour’ along Trans Mountain route

Project Reconciliation says the tour will begin in Kamloops in mid-August

Vernon Chamber calls Employer Health Tax into question

The high-level roundtable saw attention and scrutiny directed at the Employer Health Tax on Tuesday

Construction of Vernon development to begin this month

The Highlands of East Hill is to be a 20-acre housing development at 901 39th Ave

Longtime Vernon restaurant has a Dew-Over

For the first time in its near 25-year history The Italian Kitchen in Vernon has a new menu