Caitlin Clow

Freedom Mobile throws hat into Kelowna’s cellphone provider ring

More competition means better prices for Canadians, MP says

Future unknown for Kelowna seniors’ activity centre

Okanagan Mission Senior Centre Society celebrates 50 years, but hopes to celebrate many more

Tolko shutters Kelowna operation temporarily

Around 140 employees’ work paused due to market conditions

Truck rolls off road, inches away from Kelowna home

Driver says he was trying to avoid a deer, RCMP believe an over-corrected turn may be the cause

Lake Country’s first pot shop locally focused

Local owners, staff and product highlights best Okanagan has to offer

Supportive housing first step to healing: BC Housing CEO

Shayne Ramsay explains changes to Rutland’s McCurdy development

Pot shop to open doors Saturday in Lake Country

Starbuds will be one of B.C.’s largest private cannabis stores

Development gives Kelowna community garden the boot

Glen Valley residents given a few days to break it down before land development

Two Kelowna men make citizen’s arrest

RCMP warn people of risks involved with taking matters into own hands

Time is short for baby Okanagan deer, Gilbert

West Kelowna’s Dr. Oz needs the public’s help finding sanctuary for injured deer

Parking price hike could free up spots in downtown Kelowna

By-the-hour parking in evenings aimed to boost vehicle turnover in popular spots

UPDATE: special council meeting set for Wednesday, Basran in talks with province

Opponents of McCurdy house says she won’t ‘relinquish possession’ of more than 14,000 names

14,147 signatures to oppose BC Housing project in Kelowna

A petition against the McCurdy house in Rutland exceeds target

Pot shop in Lake Country gets provincial go-ahead

Starbuds to open in July

Barrels of cooking oil spilled in downtown Kelowna

Firefighters, RCMP and city sanding truck responding

Supreme Court sides with City of West Kelowna over 2 pot shops

City pursuing more legal action to collect upwards of $140,000 from Black Crow, Okanagan Cannabis

Pot industry requires ‘a lot of work’: Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer

Conservatives won’t revert marijuana legalization, but rather fund more research

Stabbing victim succumbs to injuries in Kelowna hospital

RCMP seek public information in homicide case

Kelowna Women’s Shelter and UBCO team up to study brain injuries in women abused by partners

UBC Okanagan receive $1M grant to extend groundbreaking research

Downtown Kelowna stabbing victim in critical condition: RCMP

Photo from the scene about 11:45 p.m. Thursday night on Bernard.