Business

Hockey Training House scored for Okanagan

Training House Vernon is located inside Kal Tire Place

Mortgage stress test accounts for up to $15B drop in new mortgages in 2018: CIBC

Increasingly unaffordable home prices and rising interest rates also played a role

Disney, Comcast now Hulu’s only owners as AT&T exits

AT&T sold its stake for $1.43 billion, valuing the unprofitable Hulu at $15 billion

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Behind the wheel: Taxi driving is the new bartending
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Behind the wheel: A look at who is driving the taxi industry in Kelowna
Move your workout indoors this fall

Canadian home sales and prices in March down compared with a year ago

Canadian Real Estate Association says sales fell to their lowest level for the month since 2013

American Airlines cancels Max flights through mid-August

The cancellations represent 1.5% of American’s total flights each day of the summer

Okanagan pet stores raise paws for assistance dogs

On Saturday, April 27, volunteers and pets from Paw Prints Rescue will be on site at Vernon Total Pet to meet anyone interested in adopting a pet

Okanagan city’s Enterprize Challenge finalists named

Seven finalists announced in annual Community Futures North Okanagan contest in Vernon

GM to reveal next-generation Corvette in July

Car enthusiasts are excited to hear about the new Corvette

Southwest grounds Boeing Max jets until August

The news comes as the airline heads into the busy summer season

B.C. government to require permission to transfer forest cutting rights

Change to help smaller businesses, Forests Minister Doug Donaldson says

Hi-Pro celebrates 30 years of business in North Okanagan

Three decades and three different owners ride ups and downs of company

Opening date announced for Penticton Popeyes restaurant

New restaurant will be located at Main Street and Warren Avenue

Forestry, recreation squeezed by B.C. caribou recovery strategy

Herds fade away, even in parks protected from development

Behind the wheel: Cab driving is the new bartending

A three part series on the taxi industry in Kelowna

Publisher of iconic black magazines Ebony and Jet files for bankruptcy

The company was founded in 1942 by John H. Johnson in Chicago

Gunsmithing a family tradition for Shuswap men

Steven and father Robert Joy opening Bigfoot Firearms in Salmon Arm

One of Okanagan’s largest hiring event draws hundreds

The 4th annual Nexus Job Fair took place at the Vernon Lodge Tuesday, April 9.

Acura recalls 360K SUVs because tail lights can go dark

The company says that this issue is due to a manufacturing problem