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The retired Canadian astronaut will be visiting Vernon on May 14 for his Canada 150 tour
On March 22, K.Flay will be playing at the Kelowna Community Theatre
After the closure of the Queensway launch, sailors are using a crane to launch their boats
Richard Federley is competing to become Canada’s next astronaut
Last week, Grade 5 teachers learned ways to incorporate First Nations themes into the classroom
The District of Peachland will be looking at a proposal to build commercial property in the district
Registration for the summer camp is open
Two Kelowna men who organized a setup which sent a man to the hospital were found guilty yesterday.
The Okanagan Heritage Museum will be showing Biodiversity in the Okanagan the next permanent exhibit
Author Renee Duke will be signing books at Chapters, in Orchard Park Mall, March 4.
Brett Wade helps his students lower their stress levels by offering quick guided meditations before each class.
Brett Wade helps his students lower their stress levels by offering meditations before each class.
Don’t be afraid to be yourself. That’s the message Lake Country residents Makayla Krenzel and her mother, Becky, are sharing.
B.C. teachers are getting up to speed with coding.
Kelowna's Michael Walker won $675,000 playing Set for Life and remains in complete disbelief.
During Unplug and Play Week, from Jan. 21 to 28, children, families and communities are encouraged to take a step back from the television.
The Krinkle Cut Sour Cream and Onion type is distributed in B.C., Alberta and Ontario.
With NORAD's Santa Tracker up and running Dec. 24, children of the Shuswap and throughout the Okanagan can watch Claus's journey.
Alison Dennis presented her Culture of Poverty workshop hosted at Okanagan College, Oct. 4