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Protesters plan to show council ‘what the result of their decision will look like’
368 cases in the region remain active
Sales in February were up more than 100 per cent over last year, reports the Association of Interior Realtors
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Among them, Kelowna’s Malindi Elmore and Jacob Rubuliak named Community Sport Heroes
Raptors have been playing in Florida, a COVID-19 hotspot
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12-year-old from Lake Country, Enderby singer-songwriter-guitarist and Kelowna duo in Focus
Competition in recognition of International Day of Happiness, open to kids 11 to 18
The beloved Rutland restaurant went up in flames in October 2020
Water board calls for updated Okanagan Lake level management
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The Grammy-winning legend turned 75 this year
Princeton photographer captures compelling photos of a Bald Eagle breakfast
Little Falls Foods will open in the former post office building
David Eby vows battle against ‘personal injury industry’
Incidents of anger and conflicts over mandated masks happening too frequently
Susan Kootnekoff is the founder of Inspire Law, her diverse legal career spans over 20 years
North Saanich business feeds North America with healthy nutritious fare
The Vancouver-based couple wants to help people avoid destructive cults through their story