Black Press hosts career fair in Kelowna today

Event will take place at Okanagan College from 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

  • Mar 12th, 2018

B.C. airports aiming to adapt to technological demands

Airport managers talk about the future of travel

Regulations drive early South Okanagan housing spike, could mean decline

B.C. real estate economist says January highs likely a rush before mortgage rules came into effect

Black Press Extreme Education & Career Fair
Black Press Extreme Education & Career Fair
Career options abound at Black Press Career Fair
New downtown Kelowna hotel unveiled

B.C. tourism can lead in long-term sustainability

Facing the realities of climate change, collaboration and conserving ecosystems

New board of directors elected to Penticton chamber

The Penticton & Wine Country Chamber of Commerce announced new board members

Tourism minister unveils new marketing campaign

Province to spend $150,000 to promote wine and food tourism

Tourism strategy embraces digital technology

Digital platform initiatives to reach out directly to tourists lauded at Kelowna conference

Premier John Horgan vows union public construction (with video)

Pattullo bridge replacement marks return to ‘project labour agreements’

Canadian internet users looking more beyond Google and Facebook: report

Facebook, FB Messenger, YouTube, Google Search and Google Maps top 5 most used apps

Rebates offered for vehicle chargers at home and at work

B.C. program pays 75% of cost for homes, 50% for workplaces

Okanagan College Enactus teams advance to nationals

Two teams will get chance to see if they’re best in the country

Trades programs helping to fill gaps in the job market

Programs target youth, women with new opportunities.

A blanket of snow means safe grapes for new season: Okanagan vintner

Heavy snowfall this year meant protection from frost, according to Poplar Grove’s Tony Holler

Inspection reports to be released for B.C. child care, senior facilities

Health Minister Adrian Dix says unlicensed operators will also be forced to disclose conditions

Growing demand for skilled workers in the wine industry

A lot of work goes into creating a bottle of wine

Economy expands 1.7% in fourth quarter of 2017

Economy expands 1.7% in fourth quarter of 2017 to cap off year of 3% growth

Medical tax battle carries on as NDP budget passes key vote

B.C. Liberal leader says ‘blunder’ costing non-profits, colleges

ICBC cash reserves fall below B.C. government requirements

Attorney General David Eby changes rules to allow rate increase to be considered

OC students face tuition hike

Proposed increase two per cent for domestic students; up to 5.9 per cent for international students

Tolko announces joint venture to build sawmill in Louisiana

Vernon-based lumber company expands to the United States

  • Feb 28th, 2018