Ben Stewart

Stewart: Volunteers are the heart of our community

Anyone who has lived here will know just what makes it such a special place.

Stewart: Sharing our own good fortune with others at Christmas

Christmas is a time to enjoy the company of your loved ones. It’s also a time for good deeds and to help others however you can.

Stewart: Wastewater treatment pace setter

I couldn’t help but reflect on the advances we’ve made up to and including the Westside Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant.

Stewart: Upgrading of Westside Road continues to be a priority for transportation ministry

Westside Road was never intended for the amount of traffic it now receives.

Stewart: B.C. still the best destination

, I often meet with local stakeholders.

Locals know better than anyone what’s happening and what matters to the local economy.

Stewart: Retinal surgery a no go here

It’s simply not feasible for KGH to offer every conceivable surgical procedure—especially when it’s available 150 kilometres away.

Stewart: The day after: What happens after a flood

Spring has come, bringing with it warmer temperatures—and, unfortunately, spring floods.

Stewart: Writing out the proper prescription for health care system

Whether to regulate their blood pressure, manage arthritis, or combat clinical depression, many British Columbians rely on prescriptions.

Stewart: Being mindful of the taxpayer

There’s an old saying among politicians that “there’s only one taxpayer.”

Stewart: The future West Kelowna health centre

One of the most rewarding roles an MLA can play is helping get things done.

Stewart: Moving quickly on metal theft

You may have noticed a recent news item regarding some $10,000 worth of copper power cable that was stolen from a Kelowna business.