Business

Armstrong chamber promotes fed’s call for manufacturers to produce medical supplies

Federal government reaches out to Canadian manufacturers who may be able to produce supplies amid COVID-19

Okanagan Spirits named world’s best, earns nod from Premier

Distillery in Kelowna and Vernon take top honour at spirits awards

Vernon pot stores see sales rise amid COVID-19

Spiritleaf says province should loosen regulations to allow for delivery amid pandemic

Final Farmers’ Market cancelled for season in Vernon

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

Closures, revenue, staffing among main impacts of COVID-19 on 90% of B.C. business: survey

Paints ‘dire picture’ of what businesses are experiencing now and in the near future

Business survey could help mitigate impacts of COVID-19 across B.C.

Deadline is March 18 at 6 p.m. for business owners to share feedback with the government and more

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

Downtown Vernon Association urges public to support local businesses

Summerland tour company recognized for providing accessibility

Ogopogo Tours has two buses which can accommodate users in wheelchairs

Summerland Chamber postpones business excellence awards

Concerns over COVID-19 lead to decision

Vernon science centre director dismissed

Jim Swingle relieved of duties in early March; four staff members tender resignation following move

Health concerns postpone Vernon Expo amid COVID-19

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

COVID-19 concerns cancels Vernon’s national ski championships

Safety and health of athletes No. 1 priority for Nordiq Canada and Sovereign Lake Nordic Ski Club

Vernon’s Monahan Agency to close in May

‘We had a wild ride and it dwindled down to nothing,’: Tom Monahan

Vernon FreshCo. seeks grocery clerks ahead of spring opening

Anyone over the age of 15 is encouraged to apply during Sobey’s hiring fair at the Schubert Centre

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

Bookland Vernon closure ‘long overdue,’ president says

Bookstore serves community for more than 50 years, succumbs to digital era

Bookland Vernon to close down

Popular independent bookstore collapsing under digital pressures

Big Bear Software to launch new West Kelowna shared office space

Big Bear Software provides custom software solutions

Vernon man rolls out wheelchair shuttle business

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