Barry Gerding

Standards for home inspectors being set

Home inspection is one of the subjects to be addressed before a sale is finalized

Expanded role for paramedics

New provincial initiative proposed for emergency health services

Surviving climate change

New $4.4 million research study to determine which genetic strains of trout have best chance of survival in altered environments.

Conserving our water

Events planned to celebrate World Water Day and Canada Water Week.

Saving a Culture: First Nations fight for survival

First Nations author Bev Sellars discusses the state of aboriginal culture

Creating high-tech jobs

Recent innovation conference showcased companies and government agencies wanting to develop new high-tech products.

Snowpack coming up short

Another winter of unusual weather conditions not translating into high snowfall levels at higher elevations across the Okanagan.

Inspecting for invasive mussels

Okanagan Basin Water Board pushes for financial commitment from Victoria, Ottawa.

Ultimate act of charity

World Kidney Day on March 9 meant to raise awareness about being an organ donor.

Trades training enhanced for college

Federal grant of $332,485 directed towards construction of Trades House training faciility at Kelowna campus.

Absorbing a higher minimum wage

Okanagan businesse advocate for reductions in other operating costs

Video: Trades training enhanced for college

New Trades Training House will offer hands-on experience for trades and apprenticeship students at Kelowna's Okanagan College campus.

Electric charged taxi ride

Kelowna entrepreneur starts new taxi service with fleet of two Tesla electric powered vehicles.

Electoral reform process halted

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has chosen not to carry out promise to change Canada's current electoral voting system.

The Trump effect on Interior real estate

Once Donald Trump took office, stats show an increase in interest in B.C. real estate, specifically in the Interior

UPDATE: Guilty of dangerous driving causing death

A Kelowna man was found guilty this morning in the death of Joseylyn Casavant

Filling a wine industry need

Lack of local skilled viticulturalists an ingredient missing for Okanagan Valley wine producers.

Organ donations on the rise and saving lives

The highest number of life-saving transplants in B.C. were carried out in 2016.

Tourism industry building momentum

Optimistic outlook for third consecutive year of growth in Thompson Okanagan region, says TOTA president.

Real estate board amalgamation

Proposal to amalgamate 11 B.C. real estate boards had majority support but failed to reach the required vote approval threshold.