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B.C. chiropractor pens motion to regulator to ‘take a stand’ against vaccine mandates

Mark Foullong urged the College of Chiropractors of British Columbia to maintain “medical freedom of choice”

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Kelowna Law Courts (Phil McLachlan/Capital News)

Man sues Kelowna RCMP officer over December 2019 shooting

The officer also faces possible charges for the incident

Kelowna Law Courts (Phil McLachlan/Capital News)
A picture of the stolen audio equipment and handguns recovered by Kelowna Mounties. (Contributed)

Kelowna RCMP recover handguns and $20k in stolen audio equipment

A 45-year-old man was arrested in relations to the incident

A picture of the stolen audio equipment and handguns recovered by Kelowna Mounties. (Contributed)
Ranjanbir Singh Gill was one of three people who died in a fiery truck collision about 6 km west of Princeton on Highway 3. (Screenshot of GoFundMe page)

GoFundMe set up for victim of fiery truck collision on Highway 3

Rajanbir Singh Gill was one of three people who died

Ranjanbir Singh Gill was one of three people who died in a fiery truck collision about 6 km west of Princeton on Highway 3. (Screenshot of GoFundMe page)
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Interior Health issues drug supply advisory for the Okanagan region

Very high doses of fetanyl and benzos have been found in drug supplies

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A table outlining the changes to the airport’s parking fees that will come into effect next January. (Screen shot from city staff report)

Kelowna International Airport to increase parking fees in January

The new parking fees will help fund capital and operational costs at the airport

A table outlining the changes to the airport’s parking fees that will come into effect next January. (Screen shot from city staff report)
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UBCO study examines e-scooter popularity in Kelowna

The study examined key predictors such as time, day of the week, season and weather

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Morning Start: Copper doorknobs are self-disinfecting

Your Morning Start for Monday, Nov. 22

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Former Kelowna pastor charged with 16 sexual offences

15 of the offences occurred at or near Kelowna

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The man is described as a Caucasian male in his early to mid-20's with light brown or reddish hair. He has a fair complexion, long nose with narrow eyes. He could have some facial hair. He is tall and slender (over 6 ft. tall) and was dirty with scarred hands. (Contributed: CrimeStoppers)

Man allegedly tries to steal basket of machetes from Kelowna store

The incident happened at an automotive retailer at Spall Road

The man is described as a Caucasian male in his early to mid-20's with light brown or reddish hair. He has a fair complexion, long nose with narrow eyes. He could have some facial hair. He is tall and slender (over 6 ft. tall) and was dirty with scarred hands. (Contributed: CrimeStoppers)
Nathan Truant sits outside the Kelowna courthouse during a break on March 8, 2021. (Michael Rodriguez/Capital News)

Kelowna man sentenced to time served in fatal Canada Day assault

Nathan Truant was sentenced to 120 days of jail and 12 months of probation

Nathan Truant sits outside the Kelowna courthouse during a break on March 8, 2021. (Michael Rodriguez/Capital News)
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Search continues for missing West Kelowna man

James Wood has been missing since Monday, Nov. 8

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The B.C. government recently announced that it is providing more than $450,000 to Okanagan College's Kelowna campus to deliver two intakes of its hospitality professional program. (Photo: Pexels)

Province funds hospitality training program in the Okanagan and Shuswap

Recruitment will be focused on immigrants

The B.C. government recently announced that it is providing more than $450,000 to Okanagan College's Kelowna campus to deliver two intakes of its hospitality professional program. (Photo: Pexels)
An RCMP cruiser sits outside a home on Kelowna’s Bechard Road after a suspicious death on Monday, Oct. 18. (Michael Rodriguez/Capital News)

Crown to review charges in relation to Kelowna homicide case

The incident happened on Oct. 18 in the Lower Mission neighbourhood

An RCMP cruiser sits outside a home on Kelowna’s Bechard Road after a suspicious death on Monday, Oct. 18. (Michael Rodriguez/Capital News)
Kelowna Fire Dispatch received a call at approximately 5:45 p.m. reporting a porch on fire in the 800 block of Harvey Avenue.  (Jennifer Smith/Morning Star)

House fire at Harvey Avenue in Kelowna ‘suspicious’, says fire department

Kelowna RCMP will be investigating the cause of the fire

Kelowna Fire Dispatch received a call at approximately 5:45 p.m. reporting a porch on fire in the 800 block of Harvey Avenue.  (Jennifer Smith/Morning Star)
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Man arrested for stealing poppy donation boxes in downtown Kelowna

The suspect is scheduled to appear in court on Jan. 13, 2022

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Kelowna teen seriously injured after attack, robbery on Rail Trail

Boy, 17, in hospital with non-life-threatening injuries; perpetrators stole his shoes, bike and phone

(Phil McLachlan/Kelowna Capital News)
Overcrowded enrolment at Mount Boucherie Senior Secondary School in West Kelowna is pressing the need for a new secondary school to be built on the Westside, as outlined in the school district’s updated Long Term Facilities Plan. (Barry Gerding/Black Press Media)

Plans for new secondary school in West Kelowna approved by province

The new secondary school aims to solve capacity issues at Mount Boucherie Secondary School

Overcrowded enrolment at Mount Boucherie Senior Secondary School in West Kelowna is pressing the need for a new secondary school to be built on the Westside, as outlined in the school district’s updated Long Term Facilities Plan. (Barry Gerding/Black Press Media)
A concept rendering of the proposed 13 storey tower at 350 Doyle Avenue in downtown Kelowna. (Rise Commercial Developments/Contributed)

Kelowna city council moves forward with creative hub plans at former RCMP detatchment

This concludes phase one of the feasibility study

A concept rendering of the proposed 13 storey tower at 350 Doyle Avenue in downtown Kelowna. (Rise Commercial Developments/Contributed)