Local Business

COVID-19: ‘money needs to get out the door,’ Vernon-Monashee MLA Eric Foster says

Cariboo North, Vernon-Monashee MLAs talk business with chamber of commerce

Vernon Chamber manager resigns due to COVID-19 cutbacks

Resignation gives room in budget for Chamber of Commerce to continue to serve community

Vernon Farmers’ Market modified for COVID-19

The ‘Modified Market’ will open April 27 with extra safety precautions in place

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Water pools along Highway 97 in rain event
Bears spotted at Ellison Provincial Park
June snowstorm on Connector
Vernon family receives keys to new home

Vernon cannabis retailer plans ahead for busy 4-20 despite COVID-19

Spiritleaf says Weed Day can still be celebrated by Okanagan cannabis users, it may just look different

COVID-19: Vernon coffee shop honours B.C. health officials with doughnuts

This week’s Friday Doughnuts at Ratio Coffee & Pastry featured a quarantine-themed menu

Tolko pays for truck drivers’ meals in Kamloops

Essential service workers thanked for keeping business going

COVID-19: Vernon business delivers cure for boredom in self-isolation

Boarding House Café delivers board games and baked goods amid pandemic

WATCH: Vernon gyms bring workouts home

‘This doesn’t change what’s happening in the world, but it can change how you cope with it’

Easter weekend brightened up by Vernon business

Social distancing might have you down, so one business is spreading cheer

Vernon studio holds virtual dance classes amid COVID-19

City Dance Okanagan is offering half-price private classes, and free group classes every Friday

Canadian businesses urged to complete survey on COVID-19 impacts

Chamber and Statistic Canada trying to understand what businesses are going through

COVID-19: Vernon Canadian Tire sees long lineups

Cashiers work quickly to ring through customers

Community Champion: Helping through song and dance

March Community Champion Jasvinder Singh Khatra is a believer in multiculturalism

  • Apr 8, 2020

North Okanagan bands together in support against COVID-19

New group launches website with tools to help endure crisis

Parents reach for teaching help from Vernon business

Vernon Teach and Learn equipped with tools to make at-home educating easy, fun

Vernon businesses get a boost from chamber program

Residents can support local business from home buy purchasing gift certificates

Colouring contest brightens Vernon’s day

From kids to a 93-year-old get creative with design challenge

Free webinar to help small businesses stay resilient throughout COVID-19

Small Business BC’s online workshop takes place Friday, April 3 at 9 a.m.

Vernon celebrates stay at home heroes

Stickers and colouring sheets created for those isolating

COVID-19: Vernon restaurant group forecasts 90% revenue loss for eateries

Pretium Restaurant Group stays positive as coronavirus pandemic affects businesses big and small