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Bennett climbing back aboard Liberals election bus

Brad Bennett, head of BC Hydro, says he’ll advise Premier Christy Clark again during the election.

Another new Toronto flight added at YLW

Air Canada Rouge announces spring shoulder season flights to Toronto

Warriors staying, fans overjoyed

West Kelowna’s hockey team staying put but has work to do to attract more fans.

Revenue agency scam targeting seniors

Phone message threatening legal action an attempt to get personal information

Kelowna’s billion dollar business

New study finds the economic impact of tourism on the local economy is now $1.25 billion a year.

Rallying call

A last-ditch effort is being made to keep West Kelowna Warriors hockey team in the city.

Premier talks up budget at Kelowna Chamber of Commerce lunch

Christy Clark says B.C. economy is growing and the province leads in many economic areas.

Water board wants mussel funding in budget

Oknagan Basin Water Board chairwoman calls on Victoria to include funding in upcoming B.C. budget.

Seniors’ protest just draws three but sends a message

The protest outside Premier Christy Clark's MLA office in West Kelowna called on the government to improve care for seniors.

West Kelowna’s top cop say pot dispensaries are illegal

New detachment commander asked for RCMP’s position on marijuana dispensaries.

KFX 2017: ‘Comic Con meets the Fringe Festival’

This year's Kelowna Fan Expo (KFX) will offer "everything for nerds," according to the event's producer.

Kelowna MP says he did what he could

Kelowna-Lake Country Liberal MP Stephen Fuhr says he's disappointed the federal government has dropped the issue of electoral reform.

Kelowna airport numbers climb to new heights

2016 ends with a record-breaking month to cap a record-breaking year at YLW.

B.C. wine labels to get get more specific

The government will allow the identification of sub-regions on B.C. wine bottle labels.

Robots battle it out at Okanagan College

The college's Kelowna campus hosted the 11th annual RoboCup Western Canada competition Wednesday.

Kelowna’s 2017 Rock The Lake line-up announced

Canadian 80's music will be front and centre once again at Rock The Lake 2017.

B.C.’s agriculture minister as you’ve never seen him before

Norm Letnick poses in body paint to promote a new tax credit to get farmers to donate food to food banks.

Keith Urban delivers at Kelowna’s Prospera Place

Country rock superstar wows his audience Sunday night, not just with his music, but also with his interaction with the sold-out crowd.

Updated: Impasse resolved in first round of Kelowna water dispute

The city and four irrigation districts have agreed to draft terms of reference for a review of a joint water plan.

AT RANDOM: Life as a second-class Canadian citizen

My Canadian citizenship is second tier despite the fact I was born in this country to a naturalized Canadian citizen.