Local Business

Final Farmers’ Market cancelled for season in Vernon

Indoor market forced to cancel, plans for outdoor market OK, so far

Centres, stores, pubs, facilities close Vernon amid COVID-19

Several local organizations and businesses are feeling the pressures of the novel coronavirus

COVID-19: Vernon Irish pub to pour green beer for 50

Big celebration at Kelly O’Bryans, however, have been postponed over COVID-19

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 brewery closes temporarily amid COVID-19

Another business is shutting its doors to protect patrons, staff

Vernon gyms sweat decision to close

A few facilities closing while others keeping fitness on track

COVID-19: Downtown Vernon bookstore closes temporarily as ‘sanitization impossible’

Health and safety for staff, guests and community is top priority for Expressions of Time

COVID-19: Vernon casino folding cards around midnight

Lake City Casino among gaming outlets in province ordered shut down in wake of COVID-19

COVID-19: ‘For most of us, we have no backup plan,’ Vernon business says

Downtown Vernon Association urges public to support local businesses

Girl Guide cookie sales hurt by coronavirus

Canadian organization suspends cookie sales and camps

Vernon café scrubbing down amid coronavirus concerns

Bean to Cup owner Kunal Chander has taken extra precautions in the uncertain world of COVID-19

Health concerns postpone Vernon Expo amid COVID-19

Close to 100 vendors and even more patrons were expected at March 14 event

Edible straws one B.C. entrepreneur’s latest weapon in war against plastic

Kat Gellerman has spent more than 20 years working in the food business

Black Press Extreme Education and Career Fair happens today in Kelowna

Come on down to Rutland Soccer Dome, behind the Rutland YMCA, 705 Dodd Rd

Masks sold out in Vernon amid growing COVID-19 concerns

Medical supply stores say masks, hand sanitizer flew off the shelves; suppliers can’t keep up with demand

Three Okanagan businesses recognized for recycling oil

Vernon and Kelowna Return Collection Facilities make Top 30 list

Employ program wakes up North Okanagan youth to opportunities

Community Futures of North Okanagan now accepting intakes for 16-30 year olds

Job fair returns to Enderby for round two

North Okanagan-Shuswap Employment and Business Fair at Splatsin Centre

From post office to pot shop: Armstrong’s first cannabis store opens doors

The Higher Path Cannabis Co. had its first day of business Friday; plans to open Lumby store

Vernon man rolls out wheelchair shuttle business

North Okanagan Wheelchair Shuttle to help people in rural areas get to and from appointments