Summer is a great time for people to get out into the great outdoors. It also means sharing these outdoor spaces with wildlife.
As you start to think about your own summer travel plans, consider ‘staycationing’ to explore British Columbia’s varied regions.
This year an estimated 3,600 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in B.C.—a national leader in cancer prevention and treatment.
Training grant helps set B.C. students up for success
Small businesses are the engine of our provincial economy.
Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation CIBC Run for the Cure goes this Sunday, Oct. 4 at City Park in Kelowna.
B.C.’s motion picture industry supports approximately 20,000 direct and indirect quality jobs, many of them right here in the Okanagan.
Smoke is filling the skies, even in parts of B.C. that don’t normally see much fire activity.
With Kelowna in a heat wave, it's important to manage water use.
Because of low snowpacks, early melt and the driest May on record, some regions in B.C. are experiencing earliest drought ever.
The total amount to be transferred to the society for 2015-16 will be approximately $10 million.
Heritage Week poses a great opportunity to explore and understand the historic significance of some of Kelowna's heritage buildings.
On a personal note, I’d like to recognize the contributions of Ross Gorman. He was known as much for philanthropy as business acumen.
I am grateful for the opportunity to not only represent my Kelowna-Mission constituents, but manage an interesting and dynamic portfolio.
Perhaps most importantly, staycations support our local economies.
Sometimes when we’re caught up in the fun of summer…we forget about the dangers that exist in our forests and on our waters.
MLA's Report: Skills training for jobs that fit the person and B.C.'s growing economy.
There are lifestyle changes that can reduce your risk of heart disease.
There are events happening across the province and ways to get involved in the Olympic spirit right here in the Okanagan.
As you look for gifts for your loved ones, remember to look at some of the great local vendors we have right here in the Okanagan.