Community

Opening up technology to seniors

Schubert Centre offers support to those needing a hand

Ride for Rwanda races from Vernon to Eagle Bay and back for 10th year

The 10th annual Lake2Lake Ride for Rwanda kicks off in Vernon Sept. 14

Mobile studio offers filmmaking experience to North Okanagan First Nations

Participants will create their own movies in a trailer packed with cutting-edge equipment

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Bear cub cries for mom in Peachland backyard
Paws for a Cause returns for another year in City Park
Fun at BC SPCA kids camps in Kelowna
Find me my furever home: Billy

Vernon Superwalk makes strides for Parkinson’s

Help find a cure Saturday, Sept. 7 at Polson Park

Summerland receives praise for greenhouse gas reduction efforts

Community receives Level 3 certification from Green Communities Committee

Test of Humanity mountain bike race concludes Sept. 15

Event in Summerland has raised money for aid to Ethiopia

VIDEO: Kelowna man takes senior pug on six-hour cruise down KVR Trail

Neither Georgia’s age nor her disability prevented her enjoyment of the trip

Silver Spitfire makes special landing at Kelowna Airport

The Spitfire is a British fighter aircraft used by the Royal Air Force in the Second World War

Vancouver Island park honours memory of man with ties to Vernon

Well-respected volunteer, Gerald Thom, remembered in Lake Cowichan park

Trees from Summerland nursery planted around the province

Mountain View Growers, Inc. produces 25 million seedlings a year

Car auction to help Vernon families come Christmas

The 20th annual Buy a Used Car Auction to help those down on their luck

Vernon students to study the health of local rivers

The new Science Stream program is coming this September at the Allan Brooks Nature Centre

  • Sep 4, 2019

A century ago, Summerland had numerous small schools

Schools existed in Garnet Valley, Meadow Valley, Prairie Valley, Trout Creek and Summerland

Agriculture on display at Summerland Fall Fair

Weekend activities scheduled for Sept. 6 and 7

Vernon’s annual World Suicide Day event breaks down stigma

Interior Health region has higher suicide rates than most of B.C.

Round Lake Treatment Centre celebrates 40 years of battling substance abuse

More than 12,000 people to date have come to the centre for addictions treatment

  • Aug 31, 2019

Vernon pipe band celebrates 35th year

The Kalamalka Highlanders started in 1984 and are now the largest pipe band in the Okanagan

  • Aug 31, 2019

United Way delivers child safety for families in need

A total of 169 seats will be dropped off at locations throughout the Okanagan