Kelowna Capital News

International Women's Day in the Okanagan

International Women’s Day in the Okanagan

Held on Wednesday, March 8, this year’s theme is to Be Bold for Change and support a more gender-inclusive world.

International Women's Day in the Okanagan
Blackberry evidence admissible in court

Evidence permitted in gang-affiliated murder trials

Two men charged in murdering rival gang members had their evidentiary request denied.

Blackberry evidence admissible in court
Kelowna Court House

Guilty verdict in violent 2014 bar fight

Two men are facing jail time after they were convicted following a 2014 fight outside a Kelowna nightclub.

Kelowna Court House
Mirabel Vineyards releases new wine

Mirabel Vineyards releases new wine

Doug and Dawn Reimer are pleased to launch their inaugural Mirabel Vineyards wine with the release of the 2015 Pinot Noir.

Mirabel Vineyards releases new wine
First Nations author Bev Sellars  will be speaking in Kelowna on March 6.

Residential school survivor to host Kelowna talk

Author and First Nations advocate Bev Sellars will be appearing at Okanagan College on March 6

First Nations author Bev Sellars  will be speaking in Kelowna on March 6.
For 20 years Rhymer has delighted and challenged audiences all over the world

Popular Vancouver comic to play Dakodas

Dylan Rhymer returns to with his intelligent and provocative brand of comedy

For 20 years Rhymer has delighted and challenged audiences all over the world
Two-Thirds of Seniors Have Been Scammed Online

Two-Thirds of Seniors Have Been Scammed Online

A new survey by Home Instead Senior Care found that two-thirds (64 per cent) of Canadian seniors online have been the victim or target.

Two-Thirds of Seniors Have Been Scammed Online
Visitors explore Monitor on opening night

You may be under surveillance

Now, a new group video-installation project produced by UBC Okanagan BFA students offers a local perspective.

Visitors explore Monitor on opening night
Pianist plays old-school hits

Pianist plays old-school hits

Pianist Rod Russell is thrilling audiences across Canada and is performing at the Rotary Centre for the Arts.

Pianist plays old-school hits
The firemen bundle up in their bunker gear to keep warm for 3 days and 2 nights on top of the Big White Kids Centre.

Firefighters camp out

The firemen bundle up in their bunker gear to keep warm for three days and two nights on top of the Big White Kids Centre.

The firemen bundle up in their bunker gear to keep warm for 3 days and 2 nights on top of the Big White Kids Centre.
Improved high-speed Internet coming to rural Okanagan

Improved high-speed Internet coming to rural Okanagan

The B.C. government is investing $185,000 for a new connectivity project.

Improved high-speed Internet coming to rural Okanagan
A discussion about the healing benefits of dogs is taking place tonight in Kelowna.

The health benefits of dogs

The Kelowna library is hosting a discussion on the topic of the psychological benefits of spending time with dogs this evening

A discussion about the healing benefits of dogs is taking place tonight in Kelowna.
Cocaine seized

Passed out at the wheel, in the middle of the highway

Passing out behind the wheel landed one Alberta man behind bars.

Cocaine seized
Water consultant Don Stafford of Strategic Value Solutions.

A new path for water services in Kelowna

New study calls for a city-wide integrated water system to achieve a city-wide solution for the best quality and cost of water

Water consultant Don Stafford of Strategic Value Solutions.
There will be two more meetings on the Central Okanagan Regional District financial plan.

CORD to look at financial plan

Central Okanagan Regional District holding public meetings on its financial plan

There will be two more meetings on the Central Okanagan Regional District financial plan.
Letter: Government bill promotes hatred, racism

Letter: Baseline testing important

I find it truly amazing that anyone would choose “not to know” how well their children are doing relative to othe

Letter: Government bill promotes hatred, racism
Fuhr: How soon we have forgotten

Letter: Kelowna getting shaft at gas pump

Our consumer watch dogs, provincial and local government has a responsibility to check out why are merchants are shafting Kelowna

Fuhr: How soon we have forgotten
Fuhr: How soon we have forgotten

Fuhr: How soon we have forgotten

Much of their fear has been fuelled by misinformation and a misunderstanding of parliamentary process.

Fuhr: How soon we have forgotten
Letter: Government bill promotes hatred, racism

Letter: Government bill promotes hatred, racism

All we have to do is listen to media to understand how the Islamic religion continues to devastate the Middle East

Letter: Government bill promotes hatred, racism
Kelowna Rockets forward Dillon Dube (left) tries to escape the check of Seattle's Alexander True in WHL action Saturday in Kent, Wash.

Rockets fall to T’Birds

Seattle scores four power play goals Saturday to end Kelowna's three-game win streak

Kelowna Rockets forward Dillon Dube (left) tries to escape the check of Seattle's Alexander True in WHL action Saturday in Kent, Wash.
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