Barry Gerding

Robots not the equivalent of a human workforce yet

U.S. economist tells UBCO audience continuing advances in automation a slow process

Sounding the climate change alarm bell

Symposium collaboration links community health to climate change

Dark side of the internet being exposed

UBC prof says our democracy and economy faces social media governance challenges

Most dangerous intersections revealed for pedestrians in the Okanagan

ICBC releases accident stats collected between 2013 and 2017

First Things First Okanagan speaker explores climate change and B.C. wildfires

Rob Gray, a forestry fire science analyst, speaks in Penticton as part of a lecture series

First Nations in Okanagan seek to protect environment heritage

Initiating active role in decisions impacting water and fish

Okanagan United Ways to join forces in 2019

North Okanagan Columbia Shuswap to merge with Central and South Okanagan United Way

British Columbians still getting deeper in debt

Rising interest rates adding to our debt load, says Consumer Debt Index survey

Okanagan College Foundation executive director stepping down

Kathy Butler ready to retire after 17 years heading up foundation

JoeAnna’s House construction breaks ground in Kelowna

Moving forward on temporary housing facility for KGH out of town patient family members

Tommy Chong says cannabis legalization makes him proud to be a Canadian

Legendary marijuana advocate and comedian celebrates cultural milestone at Kelowna event

Science teachers converge on Kelowna for conference

Exposing new instructional classroom tools for science teachers

Okanagan clinical team to research Alzheimer’s Disease drug

Disease-modifying medication study seeks participants

Professor to talk climate change at the Shatford

It’s not too late to save the world from the negative impacts…

Concussion treatment clinic opens in Kelowna

Unique Okanagan health service initiated by BrainTrust Canada

Kelowna farmer fights cannabis license bureaucracy

Marlys Wolfe takes her case to B.C. Ministry of Agriculture

Airplane crash delays Okanagan Valley aerial mapping project

Aviation tragedy claimed lives of project pilot, aerial mapping technician

Kelowna skeet shooter wins two world titles

Bob LaRue also stands alone as only certified Level 3 skeet shooting instructor outside U.S.

Experts gather to discuss Okanagan water needs

Kelowna environmental water flows conference Oct. 17-18 has global reach

Cycling community is rallying for severely injured Penticton man

Aart Van Kooy was injured while riding a trail on the Skaha Bluffs