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198756news1Vehicles torched at Oliver Fire Department training grounds
198753news2RCMP ask for tips after woman’s body found in Kootenay National Park
198751news3Woman shot by RCMP officers responding to call near Ucluelet; police watchdog investigating
198749news4Parks Canada captive caribou breeding proposal gets OK from scientific review panel
198747news5For a view of a COVID-19 future, Canadians should look across the pond
198739news6Vernon’s ‘support local’ Main Street closure would cost city $24K, staff say
198736news7Lake Country expands fire protection zone, covering 5 exposed properties
198734news8VIDEO: VSAR’s Air Rescue One team assists in West Kelowna Rescue
198732news9Penticton race director throws hat into city council ring
198719news10PHOTOS: Peachland residents clean up community watershed
198714news11Province conducts homeless count in Vernon
198712news12Edmonton mother found guilty of manslaughter in death of 5-year-old girl
198710news13China discounts possibility of harm from its out-of-control falling rocket
198706news14Good Samaritan recalls jumping from U.S. bridge to save 2-year-old girl
198704news1536 Abbotsford schools flagged for COVID-19 exposures in the last 2 weeks, shattering record
198700news16Local tenants to be prioritized for Armstrong affordable housing project
198698news17Canada’s top doctor warns full vaccination does not equal full protection from COVID-19
198696news18At 16, she drove drunk and killed a man. At 24, U.S. cops say she did it again
198694news19Kelowna OK Tire closed due to COVID-19 exposure
198686news20VIDEO: Dash cam captures dramatic rollover crash on Highway 99
198687news21Police officer and fire chief team up in risky rescue of stranded dog near Logan Lake
198684news22Statistics Canada sees more demand to fill out census online during pandemic
198682news23Two Summerland businesses closed due to COVID-19
198678news24B.C. government to give more than $8 million for programs to curb gang violence
198675news25Ottawa to create new system to tackle delays in processing immigration applications
198673news26Alberta premier urges federal government to push U.S. for surplus COVID-19 vaccines
198669news27Airline industry group wants Ottawa to follow U.K.’s lead, help bring in restart plan
198665news28Human Rights Tribunal to hear complaint against UBC Okanagan for ‘mishandling’ sexual assault report
198662news29‘Why we survive’: B.C. boundary towns struggle without Albertans during pandemic
198654news30Oliver bridge work may not happen until 2022
198652news31Trudeau won’t say whether Canada supports patent waiver for COVID-19 vaccines
198648news32Judges’ sexual assault training bill receives royal assent after clearing the Senate
198646news3338 new COVID-19 cases, more than 335k vaccines administered in Interior Health
198660news34Accessibility concerns raised as Kelowna ponders banning vehicles from Knox Mountain
198667news35Cow-based wildfire mitigation pilot contended by Southeast Kelowna group
198644news36Contract awarded for improvements to trail near Penticton
198642news37Second doses of COVID-19 vaccine will be available, as AstraZeneca supply runs low: Interior Health
198640news38B.C.’s COVID-19 case count creeps up, seven more deaths
198650news39Black Press Media Weekly Roundup: Top headlines this week
198637news40Summerland 3rd behind Surrey, Abbotsford in daily per capita COVID-19 cases
198635news41Penticton Indian Band COVID outbreak up to 22 cases
198633news42People aged 30+ in Summerland, Rutland offered vaccine amid high transmission risk
198628news43Minister says suspected overdose death of 12-year-old pushing B.C. to ‘do better’
198626news44Okanagan RCMP interrupt houseboat break-in
198619news45No fines handed out at 1st COVID-19 roadblock as checks move across B.C.
198615news46Small majority of B.C. residents in favour of a Vancouver 2030 Olympic bid: survey
198617news47Looking for feedback from Princeton and Keremeos for park and rec plan
198610news48Family offers reward for information about Peachland man’s suspicious 2018 death
198612news49B.C. water sustainability plan pitched to Okanagan stakeholders
198607news50‘Will I ever have the money to pay bills?’ Canadian retail worker faces 3rd layoff in April
198605news51CRA watchdog finds agency taking weeks to process some claims for recovery benefits
198603news52Revelstoke is leading B.C.’s interior on vaccinations: Interior Health
198599news53Alberta’s cross-border truckers to be vaccinated against COVID-19 at Montana rest stop
198597news54Kelowna’s unemployment rate jumps in April, remains one of Canada’s lowest
198593news55Air Canada calls on Ottawa to lift hotel quarantine as it prepares for recovery
198595news56UPDATE: Abandoned Oliver fruit stand fire considered suspicious
198587news57Tolko receives extension for environmental assessment of defunct Kelowna mill
198584news58COVID closes Vernon dog daycare
198581news59B.C. to start releasing neighbourhood-specific COVID numbers after data leak
198579news60Abbotsford trustee temporarily steps down after sharing post relating COVID masks to slavery
198577news615 years in the making: Mental health app for youth and children launches in B.C.
198601news62Vernon Mounties respond to 287 mental health calls in 5 months
198575news63Three people die as COVID-19 cases continue to climb in Kelowna care home
198573news64Low-speed electric vehicles given green light for Sicamous roads
198569news65Campbell Mountain and Okanagan Falls landfills to start concrete crushing
198567news66WHO panel OKs emergency use of China’s Sinopharm vaccine
198560news67Morning Start: Vanilla flavouring contains goo from beaver butts
198558news68Sherpa guide scales Mount Everest for record 25th time
198554news69Supreme Court upholds sexual assault conviction in case involving teens, alcohol
198552news70BC Hydro report raises safety concerns as pandemic prompts jump in yard work
198549news71Building in Oliver goes up in flames
198547news72Canadian economy lost 207,000 jobs in April, unemployment rate rises
198545news73Kelowna non-profit to distribute $500K-worth of ‘sleep sacks’ across Canada
198540news74Retired Armstrong teacher continues tradition of supporting students with $100K donation
198538news75Noisy boats stir up Sicamous council
198532news76Okanagan-Similkameen Regional Hospital District reverses funding decision on care centre
198527news77B.C.’s 1st vaccine-induced blood clot case detected in Interior Health
198524news78RCMP begin checking drivers on BC highways
198621news79Okanagan schools shifting gears to electric buses
198521news80BC adults 40+ eligible to book COVID-19 vaccinations next week
198505news81New temporary outdoor shelter in Kelowna opens
198507news82New York City aims to offer COVID-19 vaccinations to tourists
198503news83More potential exposures dates added to Keremeos school by Interior Health
198509news84Rescue attempt costs man his boat off Pacific Rim National Park Reserve
198517news85B.C.’s first electric school bus making the rounds in Victoria suburbs
198511news86Nonuplets: Woman from Mali gives birth to 9 babies
198501news87Veterans’ Affairs, National Defence employees say harassment complaints not taken seriously
198499news88B.C. residents want travel checks at Alberta border, MLA says
198497news89PM’s chief of staff offers to testify on Vance sexual misconduct allegations
198495news90Photo of suspected cat thief released by Victoria police actually just woman with her pet
198493news91B.C. says student loan websites back up after hack with no private data leaked
198491news92Crown stays domestic assault charges against Kelowna Hells Angels prospect
198489news93Bear alert issued for West Kelowna neighbourhood
198483news94Vancouver, Quebec shipyards to each get new heavy icebreaker, cost remains a mystery
198481news95Hospital investigating whether Alberta woman who died after AstraZeneca shot was turned away
198479news96B.C. reports 1st vaccine-induced blood clot; 684 new COVID cases Thursday
198475news97Liberals pressed to ease access to EI parental leave to help unemployed moms
198473news9816 months in, COVID cases in North Okanagan-Shuswap areas stay under 1,000
198471news99NACI chair says advice not meant to give AstraZeneca recipients vaccine remorse
198469news100Penticton council votes to shift tax burden to businesses
198467news101NDP promises foreign buyers’ tax, half a million new homes to cool housing market
198465news102Suspected overdose death of Vancouver Island 12 year old speaks to lack of supports
198463news1031 in 4 camping reservations cancelled in B.C. amid COVID-19 travel restrictions
198461news104Okanagan Rail Trail to be extended to downtown Kelowna waterfront
198459news105Weekly COVID-19 numbers continue to decrease in Central Okanagan
198455news106Vernon police didn’t use excessive force in domestic takedown: Watchdog
198448news107RCMP, neighbours save Okanagan house from fire
198450news108More than 22K Penticton residents vaccinated
198442news1092 passengers in Canada fined thousands for faking pre-flight COVID-19 tests
198438news110With revenge porn on the rise in 2021, B.C. seeks feedback for new legislation
198436news111Trial underway into fatal crash in Oliver that killed a UK dentist
198432news112Federal police unit takes over probe of B.C. regional district’s spending
198434news113COVID-19 cases more than double in Summerland
198430news114Grand Forks votes down letter to support Penticton in homeless shelter battle
198428news115VIDEO: Black bear spotted in downtown Vancouver released back into the wild
198426news116Collision causing delays on Highway 97 near Vernon
198424news117VIDEO: Workers, activists clash at site of Vancouver Island logging operation
198422news118Interior Health locks out Kelowna martial arts gym following COVID violations
198415news119Morning Start: Kentucky has more bourbon than people
198413news120Arrest made after man spits, yells anti-Asian racial slurs at Victoria mom and kids
198409news121G7 transport ministers want ‘common platform’ to recognize travellers’ vaccine status
198407news122Canada may find it challenging to reach herd immunity from COVID-19, experts say
198405news123Should Canada mandate sales targets for electric vehicles? Report says ‘yes’
198395news124Dip in COVID-19 cases with 572 newly announced in B.C.
198401news125In the market for a boat in the North Okanagan? Be prepared to wait
198399news12657 new cases of COVID-19 in Interior Health region
198397news127UBC parkade project to use solar energy for hydrogen vehicles
198383news128B.C. to launch travel restriction road checks at 4 locations this Thursday
198381news129B.C. ‘should be able to’ offer 1st dose of COVID vaccine to kids 12+ by end of June: Henry
198379news1302 cougars killed following attack on woman in Agassiz area
198377news131Summerland archive established for George Ryga
198375news132Malakwa man bitten by grizzly bear on dog walk
198373news133Penticton, Summerland RCMP having success with online crime reporting
198364news134Summerland crews clearing sand from streets
198362news135Kelowna recognized as bike-friendly city
198358news136Almost 9K more COVID-19 vaccinations administered in Central Okanagan within a week
198356news137No extra bylaw services but fencing going up around Penticton’s Gyro Park bandshell
198354news138B.C. funds health services for survivors of Japanese internment
198347news139‘The best decision’: B.C. mom encourages other pregnant women to get COVID-19 shot
198366news140B.C. CDC updates info, acknowledging small respiratory droplets can spread COVID-19
198345news141Avoid mixed messaging with any mix-and-match vaccine plan: CEO
198343news142In nod to sensitivities, marketers adjust Mother’s Day messaging
198341news143Ex Okanagan man’s escorted-leave ‘beyond disappointing’: murder victim’s mother
198339news144New Brunswick reports blood clot death in connection with Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine
198337news145Health Canada maintains getting immunized ASAP with any vaccine offered is best
198333news146Penticton police search the channel after pellet gun allegedly fired near woman
198330news147Font named after B.C. river could become the next Microsoft default
198326news148UPDATE: Human error doubled data about calls for police to Penticton’s homeless shelters
198321news149Booze on beaches is underway in Penticton
198317news150Princeton woman key to naming victim in 40 year old murder
198313news151Out-of-control Chinese rocket expected to fall to Earth in the coming days
198311news152Albertans 12 and older will be eligible for COVID vaccines starting next week
198328news153Langley’s Coleman returns for second round of testimony at money laundering hearings
198307news154Peloton recalls treadmills, halts sales, after a child dies
198305news155Trudeau says he is glad he got AstraZeneca, vaccines are only way out of pandemic
198302news156Fruitvale councillor victim of online attacks
198295news157Morning Start: Whenever you shuffle a deck of cards, you create a combination that never existed
198293news158‘I’m still alive’: B.C. burn survivor shares road to recovery after candle accident
198286news159Five years pass with no peace for families of North Okanagan-Shuswap missing women
198284news160PNE cancels in-person fair for 2021, citing COVID concerns
198280news161Trudeau Liberals got earful on police racism from concerned public, emails reveal
198278news162Alberta confirms blood clot disorder death linked to AstraZeneca vaccine
198276news163Facebook board upholds Trump suspension
198274news164What do you do if you think you have VITT? What we know of the rare clotting disorder
198272news165Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine approved for kids 12 to 15 years old in Canada
198268news166Train of lights cross Okanagan skies Tuesday night
198260news167Tolko walks back plans for cutblock above Greater Vernon water source
198254news168Princeton sees decline in crime statistics
198256news169Summerland sees decrease in violent crimes, property crime figures hold steady
198252news170West Kelowna gym closes temporarily to update COVID safety measures
198250news17165 new cases of COVID-19 in Interior Health
198248news172Violent crime up by 233 per cent in Keremeos over first three months of 2021
198246news173COVID-19 outbreak at Cottonwoods Care Centre in Kelowna declared over
198244news1744 shootings in 4 days: Police work to solve brazen shootings across Lower Mainland
198264news175Suicide rates among Interior Health youth nearly double B.C. average
198236news176Penticton’s Kampe estate development proposal going to public hearing
198232news177Pregnant women in B.C. now eligible for COVID-19 vaccine
198230news178Another 697 COVID-19 cases for B.C. Tuesday, 486 in hospital
198228news179B.C. officials urge everyone, even those with 1st dose, to register for COVID vaccine
198226news180B.C. political parties to collect $3.25M from taxpayers this year
198219news181Alleged police impersonator caught by off-duty cop
198217news182Man arrested at Kamloops hotel following sounds of woman screaming
198209news183Official sees easing COVID-19 rules when more than half of population vaccinated
198202news184VIDEO: South Okanagan Similkameen Medical Foundation finds new head with Sally Ginter
198200news185Canada will align policy on ‘vaccine passports’ with international allies: Trudeau
198204news186Tourism funds ride into Okanagan
198197news18715 youths not backing down in their fight to sue Ottawa over climate change inaction
198193news188UPDATED: Agassiz cougar attack victim in stable condition
198188news189Man who fired at RCMP officers in West Kootenay found not criminally responsible
198186news190B.C. RCMP officer suing the force over alleged harassment and malicious prosecution
198184news191Break-in cancels Taco Tuesday in Penticton
198195news192Penticton Indian Band calls out those unwilling to help contact trace
198221news193Lake Country activity centre costs escalate
198182news194New details released on Skaha Lake Road supportive housing project in Penticton
198180news195More information on Salmon Arm water licence application surfaces
198178news196Penticton bylaw fields 63 calls for ‘transient camps’ in April
198174news197Hope had no say in being left out of Lower Mainland zone amid COVID restrictions: Mayor
198176news198Virtual Okanagan radiothon returns to airwaves
198168news199Nakusp Elementary School closed due to COVID-19 exposures
198172news200Professor asks UBC to reconsider Dr. Henry’s honorary degree, cites conflict of interest
198164news2012021 census responses due May 11
198166news202Community court opening this week in Kelowna
198160news203Looking for the nearest COVID shot? Tech entrepreneur creates texting software in B.C
198154news204May showers expected after dry April in the Okanagan
198152news205Dual-citizen B.C. mayor asks for understanding after U.S. trip for vaccine, family visit
198150news206UBC researchers capture first images of rapidly spreading B.1.1.7 COVID variant
198148news207Lake Country man arrested after climbing his way into Vernon apartment building
198141news208Morning Start: Chewbacca’s voice is a combination of different animals
198139news209Canada needs more help with COVID-19, prominent U.S. vaccine expert urges White House
198133news210VIDEO: Mexico City metro overpass collapses onto road, leaving 23 dead
198131news211NACI advice on ‘preferred vaccines’ for COVID-19 sparks confusion, anger
198129news212Proud Boys Canada’s demise could stiffen resolve of members, expert warns
198125news213Improper e-scooter parking causing accessibility issues in Kelowna
198123news214Red Dress Day honours Canada’s missing and murdered Indigenous people
198113news215Four vie for Vernon School Trustee spot
198103news216B.C. emergency alert test set for May 5
198105news217Large events ‘not likely’ to happen in B.C. this year, even as vaccine rollout speeds up: Henry
198107news218Proposed guidelines would dictate where new homeless shelters can and can’t go in Penticton
198098news219Air tankers have landed in Penticton ready to fight wildfires when needed
198093news220Summerland winery moves north to Peachland
198091news221B.C.’s COVID-19 infection, hospitalization decline continues
198087news222Crash on Channel Parkway
198084news223Pre-trial conference slated for Sagmoen’s cop assault charge
198089news224One of three accused in 2017 Hope murder pleads guilty, sentenced to life in prison
198077news225Stolen Kelowna dog found safe
198075news226Vernon firefighters help deliver healthy baby girl
198073news227Bill and Melinda Gates announce divorce after 27 years of marriage
198069news228Canadian consumers lose trust in big brands during pandemic: UVic study
198058news229Flag raising at School District 83 centre recognizes Secwépemc territory
198056news230Truck driver acquitted of criminal negligence in 2016 multi-vehicle Coquihalla crash
198052news231More than 5,000 international air travellers positive for COVID-19 since February
198049news232Crash in Oliver ties up Highway 97 Monday morning
198054news233Interior Health offers clarification on addictions services
198045news234Witnesses fail to show up at Penticton man’s assault trial
198043news235Kelowna Hells Angels prospect pleads guilty to aggravated assault
198041news2363 arrested after shots allegedly fired in Peachland home
198039news237Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine can be given to adults 30+ who can’t wait for mRNA: NACI
198027news238Reports of woman held against will cause large police response in Kelowna
198025news239Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines
198029news240Vernon youth assault under investigation
198020news241B.C. student loan websites down for hours after apparent hack
198031news242Starting in science boosts Okanagan College alumni to success
198018news243Study co-author says planned C-sections may be less risky for some moms and babies
198014news244B.C. Liberal legislator Mike Bernier says he’s tested positive for COVID-19
198012news245Indigenous law being steadily rebuilt in Canada, says B.C. university professor
198010news246Canada to receive 2M vaccine doses this week as Pfizer-BioNTech ramp up deliveries
198000news2473 Summerland schools have COVID exposures
197996news248Surprise clean up of abandoned and burned out vehicles up Carmi in Penticton
197994news249Time is now for military to finally make real progress on sex misconduct, Arbour says
197987news250Hospitalizations, ICU admissions growing for younger Canadians in third wave
197983news251Court decision on rights on the west coast may affect Indigenous people in the east
197981news252Key piece of Penticton public artwork stolen
197979news253Hot-spot town expecting J&J COVID-19 vaccine says officials seeking other sources
197977news254Man killed in North Delta shooting identified as BC Corrections officer
197975news255Okanagan man to pay $70K to BCSC for spending investor funds for personal use
197971news256Penticton wants guidelines for where homeless housing should and shouldn’t go
197973news257St. John’s Ambulance offers 3 tips for Emergency Preparedness Week
197965news258Action needed to end anti-Black racism in public service: advocates
197958news259Mom, 7 puppies thriving after being rescued from northern B.C. property with 119 dogs
197956news260The COVID-Zero approach: Why Atlantic Canada excels at slowing the spread of COVID-19
197933news261UPDATE: Wildfire in Twin Lakes area appears contained
197952news262Penticton council to weigh lakefront paid parking to fund bylaw expansion
197927news263‘People were upset’: Parliament’s language interpreters told no sick pay during COVID
197925news264Pope prays for pandemic’s end and for a ‘horizon of hope’
197922news265‘Relatively bleak:’ Post-secondary students face rising debt and few summer jobs
197918news266Nearly 40% of North Okanagan adults vaccinated
197916news267Interior Health urges all adults to register as vaccinations ramp up
197914news268IHIT: Body found in Hope identified as missing Port Moody woman
197910news269Okanagan chef raising funds to support India’s COVID-19 crisis
197906news270Warning issued after cougar sighting in Lake Country
197908news271Family confirms body found in Mission is missing son’s, IIO investigating
197904news272Okanagan real estate boom keeps escalating
197890news273VIDEO: Grouse grizzlies awake from months-long hibernation to signs of spring
197888news274Briefs: Central Okanagan school trustees vote themselves a raise
197885news275Oliver couple’s cigarette butt recycling program off to great start
197883news276WHO gives emergency use listing to Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine
197877news277Lockdowns more harmful than COVID-19, claims B.C. councillor on hospital board
197875news278Canada has 20% of the world’s freshwater reserves — this is how to protect it
197869news279Hospitalizations, ICU admissions growing for younger Canadians in 3rd wave
197848news280Four people swim ashore after boat sinks on Okanagan Lake in Penticton
197873news281Random encounters leave B.C. woman concerned for her safety, and she’s not alone
197838news28292 new cases of COVID-19 in Interior Health
197844news283Sicamous Houseboats given OK for upland maintenance, staff trailer
197836news284B.C.’s COVID-19 rate declines, people in hospital rises to 511
197832news285Flight cancellations to India delay shipment of B.C. man’s body back to his family
197825news286‘She was the love of our life’: Former Cariboo woman killed in U.S. workplace shooting
197822news287B.C. church pastor found guilty of accessing ‘substantial’ amounts of child pornography
197840news288Black Press Media Weekly Roundup: Top headlines this week
197820news289Several suspicious dumpster fires prompt Kelowna Fire Department, RCMP investigation
197818news290B.C. woman with heart condition verbally accosted over disabled parking stall
197816news291Racism hotline in the works for B.C., officials announce
197947news292B.C. content with invasive mussels prevention measures
197808news293Former B.C. cabinet minister denies saying government knew about casino crime
197800news294Trudeau acknowledges ‘system-wide failure’ in military’s handling of sexual misconduct
197798news295Sikh advocacy group says India blocked Canadian website to fund COVID-19 patients
197794news296COVID-19 exposures reported at Keremeos school
197792news297COVID-19 modelling shows B.C. bending the curve of variant cases
197786news298B.C. senior scammed into sending $20K overseas, hidden between books
197760news299COVID-19 vaccines now available in various Okanagan pharmacies
197766news300Senior pup’s painful smile prompts aspiring B.C. vet to launch fundraiser for surgery
197755news301Kelowna mayor, RCMP condemn upcoming anti-COVID protest
197754news302B.C.’s COVID-19 road checks won’t require travel documents
197745news303UPDATE: Sicamous man reported missing found safe
197738news304Wanted man sought by Vernon police
197729news305Morning Start: A man was struck by a car and survived being thrown over 100 feet
197725news306Early estimate from Statistics Canada shows economic growth has slowed
197721news307Death due to COVID-19 parties could lead to manslaughter charges: experts
197719news308Minister to release enforcement details of COVID travel ban in B.C.
197715news3096 catalytic converters stolen in Vernon in 3 weeks
197713news310‘We don’t know what to do’: West Kelowna man shares COVID’s impact on family in India
197706news311Lack of clear vaccine info from B.C. officials leading to rumours, distrust: advocates
197698news312Man released who was arrested after woman found dead in North Shuswap
197693news313VIDEO: Mud bogging damages Penticton Indian Band land
197691news31443 new cases, one new death due to COVID-19 in Interior Health
197696news315Interior Health nearing 40 per cent of Penticton vaccinated
197700news31688k people sign petition to keep Wells Gray murderer behind bars
197687news317VIDEO: Penticton man has close encounters with massive snakes twice in one week
197712news3186 catalytic converters stolen in Vernon in 3 weeks
197681news319Summerland council offers Penticton support in dispute with provincial government
197679news320Nearly a third of Central Okanagan adults vaccinated
197677news321Vernon man seeks NDP nom for North Okanagan-Shuswap riding
197675news3222 dead after head-on crash near Prince George; speed a factor, RCMP say
197667news323B.C. street drugs poisoned with benzos could lead to ‘catastrophic’ overdoses: advocate
197665news324Watering restrictions in Penticton start May 1
197663news325B.C. working to house people camping in Vancouver park as deadline to leave looms
197683news326‘Superheroes’ rescue overturned Okanagan fishermen
197657news327B.C. has 503 in hospital, 853 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday
197644news328Mysterious package sent to B.C. family by dead Russian composer stuffed with Ecstasy
197636news329Penticton launches new website and social media channels for airport
197629news330COVID-19 cases continue downward trend in Central Okanagan
197631news331Lack of rain dries up Lake Country water supply
197613news332Technology replacing Okanagan’s tourism centres
197615news333$50K scratch-ticket win nearly knocks Osoyoos woman off her feet
197607news334South Okanagan Similkameen weekly COVID-19 cases stay steady
197591news335Morning Start: Humans are just one of the estimated 8.7 million species on Earth
197576news336Salmon Arm council to hear logging plans for portion of Mount Ida
197566news337Immunocompromised B.C. man slams province over second dose vaccine delays
197557news338RCMP Major Crime Unit investigating death of woman in North Shuswap
197548news339Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen listening for input on parks plan with sounding boards
197530news340Bumpy Giant’s Head Road could see improvements
197526news341B.C. MP says law needed to thwart shadow pandemic of intimate partner violence
197502news342B.C. workers now eligible for 3 hours of paid leave to get COVID-19 immunization
197520news343Osoyoos has a new fire chief
197496news3442021 Pentastic Jazz and Music Festival cancelled due to coronavirus
197488news345Car flees Kelowna RCMP, later found abandoned with drugs, shotgun inside
197482news346COVID-19 outbreak at Kelowna senior care home
197461news347Sickle Point has been saved
197456news348Young Salmon Arm Guinness World Record breaker helps raise autism awareness
197420news349Police watchdog investigates after woman critically injured in the Shuswap
197418news350Penticton Fire Department gears up for another busy year of river channel rescues
197412news351COVID-19 restrictions to affect Summerland graduation ceremonies
197402news352Stay at home, Summerland mayor urges
197388news353$3.56M Osoyoos beach project clears first hurdle
197362news354Potential COVID-19 exposure at two Summerland schools
197352news355May 25 public hearing set for proposed three-lot subdivision in Summerland
198671business1Planning some B.C. wilderness fishing? Don’t catch a log truck
198631business2Amazon Prime Day halted in Canada due to COVID-19 outbreaks in warehouses
198589business3B.C.’s latest COVID-19 restrictions cost thousands of service jobs
198571business4Amazon adds new facilities in Langley, Pitt Meadows, Delta, Vancouver
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198457business6Forecast calls for B.C. home sales to ‘explode,’ then drop off
198403business7CMHC predicts COVID-19 immunity will moderate pace of home sales, prices by 2023
198335business8West Kelowna winery named one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies for fifth year
198323business9Sicamous grad student given opportunity to leave legacy
198213business10VIDEO: Shuswap Orthodontics Jedi out in force for May 4th
198207business11Desjardins drops disease-related liability, property damage coverage for some claims
198156business12U.S. home builders call for end to Canadian lumber trade war
198109business13Habitat for Humanity’s Salmon Arm ReStore breathes life into rebuilt location
198093business14Summerland winery moves north to Peachland
198080business15Salmon Arm a prize destination on U.S. game show, The Price is Right
198071business16Drake, Ryan Reynolds among latest Wealthsimple backers in $750 million funding round
198016business17Tilray-Aphria deal closes, company to control biggest share of Canadian pot market
197985business18Farm-gate cannabis sales allow customers to buy pot straight from the farm
197865business19Rising loonie hits ‘sweet spot,’ likely to climb further: economists
197863business20Vancouver says PNE needs $8M from the province in order to survive
197846business21Keremeos council weighs Branding Iron Grill patio
197710business22South Indian cuisine comes to downtown Kelowna amid pandemic
197685business23No injured worker funds for COVID-19 sick pay, B.C. Liberals say
197600business24B.C. to remove speculation ‘air tax’ passed on to commercial tenants
198741sports1Edmonton superstar McDavid hits 100-point mark as Oilers edge Canucks 4-3
198730sports2Penticton Vees head into final weekend tied for first in league
198680sports3NHL relaxing virus protocols for vaccinated playoff teams
198591sports4B.C. hockey team offering free tickets to hometown fans who get the COVID-19 vaccine
198556sports5Canada’s Tokyo hopefuls hit with credit card fraud on top of pandemic challenges
198529sports6Hamonic’s Gordie Howe hat trick lifts Canucks to 6-3 win over Oilers
198515sports7Canadian athletes, coaches to get COVID-19 vaccine doses donated ahead of Tokyo
198385sports8Misogyny, racism and bullying prevalent across Canadian youth hockey, survey finds
198452sports9West Kelowna Warriors hold on to edge Silverbacks
198351sports10B.C. Lions call on Vernon standout in CFL draft
198266sports11Draisaitl, McDavid dominant as Oilers down beleaguered Canucks 4-1
198262sports12Vancouver Canucks relocating AHL affiliate to Abbotsford for 2021-22
198190sports13Vernon Vipers edge West Kelowna Warriors
198170sports14Massive change coming to B.C. high school sports
198116sports15McDavid has 4 points, Oilers clinch playoff spot with 5-3 win over Canucks
198047sports16Canadian Football League clubs high on Okanagan player
198036sports17Salmon Arm Silverbacks win third straight, 4-1 over West Kelowna
197989sports18Okanagan Indigenous athletes recognized for excellence
197961sports19Salmon Arm Silverbacks slam Vernon Vipers
197945sports20Jake Virtanen steps down as host of Abbotsford charity golf tournament
197943sports21Matthews scores 37th and 38th goals of the season, Leafs down Canucks 5-1
197902sports22Canucks place Jake Virtanen on leave following sexual misconduct allegations
197867sports23B.C.’s Jevon Holland drafted by Miami Dolphins, 1st Canadian player chosen in NFL draft
197853sports24Professional boxing returns to B.C. with title unification fight win for Alex Torres
197861sports25Podcast: Hall of Fame broadcaster Bernie Pascall shares some unique CFL tales
197806sports26VIDEO: O’Brien hat-trick propels Penticton Vees to fourth straight win
197802sports27Governance vote for B.C. high school sports ‘has lost all credibility’: rugby commissioner
197796sports28Seattle Kraken make final payment, officially become 32nd NHL team
197702sports29Matthews scores No. 36, Leafs down struggling Vancouver Canucks 4-1
197649sports30Say speaks volumes in Salmon Arm win over Vernon
198536life1The Visionary
198270life2Secrets and Lives with Eva Chan
198008life3How sweet it is for pastry chef
198658opinion1COLUMN: It’s time to stop making comparisons to Hitler
198485opinion2LETTER: Large donation bolsters already amazing Penticton hospice
198282opinion3LETTER: 50 year resident of Green Ave. and friend of Kampe says no to towers
198215opinion4LETTER: Why not put the $10M-plus Lake-to-Lake bike path to a referendum?
198033opinion5Column: Let’s uplift the heroes in India’s battle against COVID-19
197661opinion6Letter: Eliminate the ‘glaring’ electric sign at the entrance to Penticton
198756home1Vehicles torched at Oliver Fire Department training grounds
198743home2QUIZ: How much do you know about these motherhood issues?
198732home3Penticton race director throws hat into city council ring
198730home4Penticton Vees head into final weekend tied for first in league
198708home5National recognition for Penticton’s head of parks & rec
198682home6Two Summerland businesses closed due to COVID-19
198658home7COLUMN: It’s time to stop making comparisons to Hitler
198654home8Oliver bridge work may not happen until 2022
198646home938 new COVID-19 cases, more than 335k vaccines administered in Interior Health
198644home10Contract awarded for improvements to trail near Penticton
198642home11Second doses of COVID-19 vaccine will be available, as AstraZeneca supply runs low: Interior Health
198637home12Summerland 3rd behind Surrey, Abbotsford in daily per capita COVID-19 cases
198635home13Penticton Indian Band COVID outbreak up to 22 cases
198617home14Looking for feedback from Princeton and Keremeos for park and rec plan
198621home15Okanagan schools shifting gears to electric buses
198612home16B.C. water sustainability plan pitched to Okanagan stakeholders
198595home17UPDATE: Abandoned Oliver fruit stand fire considered suspicious
198560home18Morning Start: Vanilla flavouring contains goo from beaver butts
198549home19Building in Oliver goes up in flames
198532home20Okanagan-Similkameen Regional Hospital District reverses funding decision on care centre
198527home21B.C.’s 1st vaccine-induced blood clot case detected in Interior Health
198524home22RCMP begin checking drivers on BC highways
198503home23More potential exposures dates added to Keremeos school by Interior Health
198477home24VIDEO: Penticton immigrant service group releases video addressing racism in the Okanagan
198469home25Penticton council votes to shift tax burden to businesses
198450home26More than 22K Penticton residents vaccinated
198436home27Trial underway into fatal crash in Oliver that killed a UK dentist
198434home28COVID-19 cases more than double in Summerland
198415home29Morning Start: Kentucky has more bourbon than people
198387home30Banners go up in downtown celebrating fun in Penticton
198399home3157 new cases of COVID-19 in Interior Health region
198326home32UPDATE: Human error doubled data about calls for police to Penticton’s homeless shelters
198373home33Penticton, Summerland RCMP having success with online crime reporting
198368home34Penticton elementary students artwork displayed around Penticton
198391home35Hummingbirds back for another Okanagan season
198356home36No extra bylaw services but fencing going up around Penticton’s Gyro Park bandshell
198333home37Penticton police search the channel after pellet gun allegedly fired near woman
198321home38Booze on beaches is underway in Penticton
198317home39Princeton woman key to naming victim in 40 year old murder
198295home40Morning Start: Whenever you shuffle a deck of cards, you create a combination that never existed
198268home41Train of lights cross Okanagan skies Tuesday night
198250home4265 new cases of COVID-19 in Interior Health
198248home43Violent crime up by 233 per cent in Keremeos over first three months of 2021
198264home44Suicide rates among Interior Health youth nearly double B.C. average
198236home45Penticton’s Kampe estate development proposal going to public hearing
198242home46Kettle Valley Brakemen disband
198282home47LETTER: 50 year resident of Green Ave. and friend of Kampe says no to towers
198202home48VIDEO: South Okanagan Similkameen Medical Foundation finds new head with Sally Ginter
198204home49Tourism funds ride into Okanagan
198215home50LETTER: Why not put the $10M-plus Lake-to-Lake bike path to a referendum?
198184home51Break-in cancels Taco Tuesday in Penticton
198195home52Penticton Indian Band calls out those unwilling to help contact trace
198182home53New details released on Skaha Lake Road supportive housing project in Penticton
198178home54Penticton bylaw fields 63 calls for ‘transient camps’ in April
198162home55James Miller announces bid for Penticton council
198154home56May showers expected after dry April in the Okanagan
198141home57Morning Start: Chewbacca’s voice is a combination of different animals
198120home58Family of deer stroll downtown Penticton
198118home59COLUMN: A taste of maternal memories
198107home60Proposed guidelines would dictate where new homeless shelters can and can’t go in Penticton
198098home61Air tankers have landed in Penticton ready to fight wildfires when needed
198087home62Crash on Channel Parkway
198049home63Crash in Oliver ties up Highway 97 Monday morning
198054home64Interior Health offers clarification on addictions services
198045home65Witnesses fail to show up at Penticton man’s assault trial
198031home66Starting in science boosts Okanagan College alumni to success
197996home67Surprise clean up of abandoned and burned out vehicles up Carmi in Penticton
198000home683 Summerland schools have COVID exposures
197981home69Key piece of Penticton public artwork stolen
197971home70Penticton wants guidelines for where homeless housing should and shouldn’t go
197967home71Opening weekend at Penticton adventure park
197933home72UPDATE: Wildfire in Twin Lakes area appears contained
197952home73Penticton council to weigh lakefront paid parking to fund bylaw expansion
197949home74Agur served as reeve of Summerland
197947home75B.C. content with invasive mussels prevention measures
197931home76Final design for Penticton child care centre head to council for approval
197920home77BC Bike Race bringing two events to Penticton
197916home78Interior Health urges all adults to register as vaccinations ramp up
197912home79Violent crime up, property crime down in Penticton so far in 2021 according to RCMP report
197910home80Okanagan chef raising funds to support India’s COVID-19 crisis
197885home81Oliver couple’s cigarette butt recycling program off to great start
197857home82QUIZ: A celebration of May
197848home83Four people swim ashore after boat sinks on Okanagan Lake in Penticton
197846home84Keremeos council weighs Branding Iron Grill patio
197838home8592 new cases of COVID-19 in Interior Health
197812home86Penticton Indian Band confirms 9th positive COVID-19 test
197806home87VIDEO: O’Brien hat-trick propels Penticton Vees to fourth straight win
197794home88COVID-19 exposures reported at Keremeos school
197760home89COVID-19 vaccines now available in various Okanagan pharmacies
197729home90Morning Start: A man was struck by a car and survived being thrown over 100 feet
197696home91Interior Health nearing 40 per cent of Penticton vaccinated
197693home92VIDEO: Mud bogging damages Penticton Indian Band land
197691home9343 new cases, one new death due to COVID-19 in Interior Health
197687home94VIDEO: Penticton man has close encounters with massive snakes twice in one week
197681home95Summerland council offers Penticton support in dispute with provincial government
197665home96Watering restrictions in Penticton start May 1
197659home97OSNS Child and Youth Development Centre announces new golf tournament fundraiser
197655home98COVID-19 exposure at Penticton Indian Band funeral
197661home99Letter: Eliminate the ‘glaring’ electric sign at the entrance to Penticton
197636home100Penticton launches new website and social media channels for airport
197615home101$50K scratch-ticket win nearly knocks Osoyoos woman off her feet
197611home102Foundry Penticton partners with Penticton Library to help youth keep connected
197609home103Naramata winery helps hurting hospitality workers
197607home104South Okanagan Similkameen weekly COVID-19 cases stay steady
197591home105Morning Start: Humans are just one of the estimated 8.7 million species on Earth
197506home106Osprey cam is back live in Osoyoos
197548home107Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen listening for input on parks plan with sounding boards
197520home108Osoyoos has a new fire chief
197508home109When there was an emergency in Penticton, Alida Erickson was always there
197496home1102021 Pentastic Jazz and Music Festival cancelled due to coronavirus
197461home111Sickle Point has been saved
197429home112Drag races and model aircraft to keep Osoyoos Airport busy
197418home113Penticton Fire Department gears up for another busy year of river channel rescues
197404home114By-election will let public decide on 25-year Skaha Marina contract
197402home115Stay at home, Summerland mayor urges
197388home116$3.56M Osoyoos beach project clears first hurdle
198753home21RCMP ask for tips after woman’s body found in Kootenay National Park
198751home22Woman shot by RCMP officers responding to call near Ucluelet; police watchdog investigating
198747home23For a view of a COVID-19 future, Canadians should look across the pond
198741home24Edmonton superstar McDavid hits 100-point mark as Oilers edge Canucks 4-3
198739home25Vernon’s ‘support local’ Main Street closure would cost city $24K, staff say
198736home26Lake Country expands fire protection zone, covering 5 exposed properties
198734home27VIDEO: VSAR’s Air Rescue One team assists in West Kelowna Rescue
198719home28PHOTOS: Peachland residents clean up community watershed
198714home29Province conducts homeless count in Vernon
198702home210‘Sonic 2’ star Jim Carrey surprises B.C. film crew member with vehicle giveaway
198704home21136 Abbotsford schools flagged for COVID-19 exposures in the last 2 weeks, shattering record
198700home212Local tenants to be prioritized for Armstrong affordable housing project
198698home213Canada’s top doctor warns full vaccination does not equal full protection from COVID-19
198694home214Kelowna OK Tire closed due to COVID-19 exposure
198686home215VIDEO: Dash cam captures dramatic rollover crash on Highway 99
198687home216Police officer and fire chief team up in risky rescue of stranded dog near Logan Lake
198678home217B.C. government to give more than $8 million for programs to curb gang violence
198671home218Planning some B.C. wilderness fishing? Don’t catch a log truck
198665home219Human Rights Tribunal to hear complaint against UBC Okanagan for ‘mishandling’ sexual assault report
198662home220‘Why we survive’: B.C. boundary towns struggle without Albertans during pandemic
198581home221B.C. to start releasing neighbourhood-specific COVID numbers after data leak
198660home222Accessibility concerns raised as Kelowna ponders banning vehicles from Knox Mountain
198667home223Cow-based wildfire mitigation pilot contended by Southeast Kelowna group
198640home224B.C.’s COVID-19 case count creeps up, seven more deaths
198656home225Cops reach new heights for Okanagan kids
198633home226People aged 30+ in Summerland, Rutland offered vaccine amid high transmission risk
198631home227Amazon Prime Day halted in Canada due to COVID-19 outbreaks in warehouses
198628home228Minister says suspected overdose death of 12-year-old pushing B.C. to ‘do better’
198626home229Okanagan RCMP interrupt houseboat break-in
198619home230No fines handed out at 1st COVID-19 roadblock as checks move across B.C.
198615home231Small majority of B.C. residents in favour of a Vancouver 2030 Olympic bid: survey
198610home232Family offers reward for information about Peachland man’s suspicious 2018 death
198603home233Revelstoke is leading B.C.’s interior on vaccinations: Interior Health
198597home234Kelowna’s unemployment rate jumps in April, remains one of Canada’s lowest
198591home235B.C. hockey team offering free tickets to hometown fans who get the COVID-19 vaccine
198589home236B.C.’s latest COVID-19 restrictions cost thousands of service jobs
198587home237Tolko receives extension for environmental assessment of defunct Kelowna mill
198584home238COVID closes Vernon dog daycare
198579home239Abbotsford trustee temporarily steps down after sharing post relating COVID masks to slavery
198577home2405 years in the making: Mental health app for youth and children launches in B.C.
198601home241Vernon Mounties respond to 287 mental health calls in 5 months
198575home242Three people die as COVID-19 cases continue to climb in Kelowna care home
198573home243Low-speed electric vehicles given green light for Sicamous roads
198571home244Amazon adds new facilities in Langley, Pitt Meadows, Delta, Vancouver
198569home245Campbell Mountain and Okanagan Falls landfills to start concrete crushing
198552home246BC Hydro report raises safety concerns as pandemic prompts jump in yard work
198545home247Kelowna non-profit to distribute $500K-worth of ‘sleep sacks’ across Canada
198540home248Retired Armstrong teacher continues tradition of supporting students with $100K donation
198538home249Noisy boats stir up Sicamous council
198521home250BC adults 40+ eligible to book COVID-19 vaccinations next week
198513home251Summerland Fall Fair to hold Grade 5 garden contest
198505home252New temporary outdoor shelter in Kelowna opens
198509home253Rescue attempt costs man his boat off Pacific Rim National Park Reserve
198517home254B.C.’s first electric school bus making the rounds in Victoria suburbs
198499home255B.C. residents want travel checks at Alberta border, MLA says
198495home256Photo of suspected cat thief released by Victoria police actually just woman with her pet
198493home257B.C. says student loan websites back up after hack with no private data leaked
198491home258Crown stays domestic assault charges against Kelowna Hells Angels prospect
198489home259Bear alert issued for West Kelowna neighbourhood
198487home260Man on the move for Mother’s Day in Okanagan
198483home261Vancouver, Quebec shipyards to each get new heavy icebreaker, cost remains a mystery
198385home262Misogyny, racism and bullying prevalent across Canadian youth hockey, survey finds
198481home263Hospital investigating whether Alberta woman who died after AstraZeneca shot was turned away
198479home264B.C. reports 1st vaccine-induced blood clot; 684 new COVID cases Thursday
198473home26516 months in, COVID cases in North Okanagan-Shuswap areas stay under 1,000
198465home266Suspected overdose death of Vancouver Island 12 year old speaks to lack of supports
198463home2671 in 4 camping reservations cancelled in B.C. amid COVID-19 travel restrictions
198461home268Okanagan Rail Trail to be extended to downtown Kelowna waterfront
198457home269Forecast calls for B.C. home sales to ‘explode,’ then drop off
198459home270Weekly COVID-19 numbers continue to decrease in Central Okanagan
198455home271Vernon police didn’t use excessive force in domestic takedown: Watchdog
198452home272West Kelowna Warriors hold on to edge Silverbacks
198448home273RCMP, neighbours save Okanagan house from fire
198446home274B.C.-wide #DayOfMusic to feature 100-plus free virtual concerts May 15
198442home2752 passengers in Canada fined thousands for faking pre-flight COVID-19 tests
198444home276NeighbourLink Summerland holds online dinner fundraiser
198438home277With revenge porn on the rise in 2021, B.C. seeks feedback for new legislation
198432home278Federal police unit takes over probe of B.C. regional district’s spending
198430home279Grand Forks votes down letter to support Penticton in homeless shelter battle
198428home280VIDEO: Black bear spotted in downtown Vancouver released back into the wild
198426home281Collision causing delays on Highway 97 near Vernon
198422home282Interior Health locks out Kelowna martial arts gym following COVID violations
198413home283Arrest made after man spits, yells anti-Asian racial slurs at Victoria mom and kids
198407home284Canada may find it challenging to reach herd immunity from COVID-19, experts say
198395home285Dip in COVID-19 cases with 572 newly announced in B.C.
198401home286In the market for a boat in the North Okanagan? Be prepared to wait
198397home287UBC parkade project to use solar energy for hydrogen vehicles
198383home288B.C. to launch travel restriction road checks at 4 locations this Thursday
198381home289B.C. ‘should be able to’ offer 1st dose of COVID vaccine to kids 12+ by end of June: Henry
198379home2902 cougars killed following attack on woman in Agassiz area
198366home291B.C. CDC updates info, acknowledging small respiratory droplets can spread COVID-19
198377home292Summerland archive established for George Ryga
198375home293Malakwa man bitten by grizzly bear on dog walk
198364home294Summerland crews clearing sand from streets
198362home295Kelowna recognized as bike-friendly city
198358home296Almost 9K more COVID-19 vaccinations administered in Central Okanagan within a week
198354home297B.C. funds health services for survivors of Japanese internment
198347home298‘The best decision’: B.C. mom encourages other pregnant women to get COVID-19 shot
198341home299Ex Okanagan man’s escorted-leave ‘beyond disappointing’: murder victim’s mother
198351home2100B.C. Lions call on Vernon standout in CFL draft
198335home2101West Kelowna winery named one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies for fifth year
198330home2102Font named after B.C. river could become the next Microsoft default
198315home2103Osprey-watching provides Shuswap photographer with unexpected observation
198323home2104Sicamous grad student given opportunity to leave legacy
198328home2105Langley’s Coleman returns for second round of testimony at money laundering hearings
198293home2106‘I’m still alive’: B.C. burn survivor shares road to recovery after candle accident
198286home2107Five years pass with no peace for families of North Okanagan-Shuswap missing women
198284home2108PNE cancels in-person fair for 2021, citing COVID concerns
198272home2109Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine approved for kids 12 to 15 years old in Canada
198262home2110Vancouver Canucks relocating AHL affiliate to Abbotsford for 2021-22
198260home2111Tolko walks back plans for cutblock above Greater Vernon water source
198254home2112Princeton sees decline in crime statistics
198256home2113Summerland sees decrease in violent crimes, property crime figures hold steady
198252home2114West Kelowna gym closes temporarily to update COVID safety measures
198246home2115COVID-19 outbreak at Cottonwoods Care Centre in Kelowna declared over
198244home21164 shootings in 4 days: Police work to solve brazen shootings across Lower Mainland
198232home2117Pregnant women in B.C. now eligible for COVID-19 vaccine
198230home2118Another 697 COVID-19 cases for B.C. Tuesday, 486 in hospital
198228home2119B.C. officials urge everyone, even those with 1st dose, to register for COVID vaccine
198226home2120B.C. political parties to collect $3.25M from taxpayers this year
198219home2121Alleged police impersonator caught by off-duty cop
198217home2122Man arrested at Kamloops hotel following sounds of woman screaming
198213home2123VIDEO: Shuswap Orthodontics Jedi out in force for May 4th
198200home2124Canada will align policy on ‘vaccine passports’ with international allies: Trudeau
198197home212515 youths not backing down in their fight to sue Ottawa over climate change inaction
198193home2126UPDATED: Agassiz cougar attack victim in stable condition
198188home2127Man who fired at RCMP officers in West Kootenay found not criminally responsible
198186home2128B.C. RCMP officer suing the force over alleged harassment and malicious prosecution
198190home2129Vernon Vipers edge West Kelowna Warriors
198221home2130Lake Country activity centre costs escalate
198180home2131More information on Salmon Arm water licence application surfaces
198174home2132Hope had no say in being left out of Lower Mainland zone amid COVID restrictions: Mayor
198176home2133Virtual Okanagan radiothon returns to airwaves
198168home2134Nakusp Elementary School closed due to COVID-19 exposures
198172home2135Professor asks UBC to reconsider Dr. Henry’s honorary degree, cites conflict of interest
198164home21362021 census responses due May 11
198166home2137Community court opening this week in Kelowna
198156home2138U.S. home builders call for end to Canadian lumber trade war
198152home2139Dual-citizen B.C. mayor asks for understanding after U.S. trip for vaccine, family visit
198150home2140UBC researchers capture first images of rapidly spreading B.1.1.7 COVID variant
198148home2141Lake Country man arrested after climbing his way into Vernon apartment building
198131home2142NACI advice on ‘preferred vaccines’ for COVID-19 sparks confusion, anger
198127home2143Column: Reflecting on the importance of nurses and the life lessons they offer
198125home2144Improper e-scooter parking causing accessibility issues in Kelowna
198123home2145Red Dress Day honours Canada’s missing and murdered Indigenous people
198113home2146Four vie for Vernon School Trustee spot
198109home2147Habitat for Humanity’s Salmon Arm ReStore breathes life into rebuilt location
198103home2148B.C. emergency alert test set for May 5
198105home2149Large events ‘not likely’ to happen in B.C. this year, even as vaccine rollout speeds up: Henry
198025home2150Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines
198096home2151Oh the lies that fishermen tell
198093home2152Summerland winery moves north to Peachland
198091home2153B.C.’s COVID-19 infection, hospitalization decline continues
198084home2154Pre-trial conference slated for Sagmoen’s cop assault charge
198089home2155One of three accused in 2017 Hope murder pleads guilty, sentenced to life in prison
198080home2156Salmon Arm a prize destination on U.S. game show, The Price is Right
198077home2157Stolen Kelowna dog found safe
198075home2158Vernon firefighters help deliver healthy baby girl
198073home2159Bill and Melinda Gates announce divorce after 27 years of marriage
198069home2160Canadian consumers lose trust in big brands during pandemic: UVic study
198058home2161Flag raising at School District 83 centre recognizes Secwépemc territory
198056home2162Truck driver acquitted of criminal negligence in 2016 multi-vehicle Coquihalla crash
198052home2163More than 5,000 international air travellers positive for COVID-19 since February
198043home2164Kelowna Hells Angels prospect pleads guilty to aggravated assault
198047home2165Canadian Football League clubs high on Okanagan player
198041home21663 arrested after shots allegedly fired in Peachland home
198036home2167Salmon Arm Silverbacks win third straight, 4-1 over West Kelowna
198033home2168Column: Let’s uplift the heroes in India’s battle against COVID-19
198027home2169Reports of woman held against will cause large police response in Kelowna
198023home2170Plug pulled on Vernon’s Funtastic once more
198029home2171Vernon youth assault under investigation
198020home2172B.C. student loan websites down for hours after apparent hack
198016home2173Tilray-Aphria deal closes, company to control biggest share of Canadian pot market
198014home2174B.C. Liberal legislator Mike Bernier says he’s tested positive for COVID-19
198012home2175Indigenous law being steadily rebuilt in Canada, says B.C. university professor
197989home2176Okanagan Indigenous athletes recognized for excellence
197983home2177Court decision on rights on the west coast may affect Indigenous people in the east
197977home2178Man killed in North Delta shooting identified as BC Corrections officer
197975home2179Okanagan man to pay $70K to BCSC for spending investor funds for personal use
197973home2180St. John’s Ambulance offers 3 tips for Emergency Preparedness Week
197961home2181Salmon Arm Silverbacks slam Vernon Vipers
197958home2182Mom, 7 puppies thriving after being rescued from northern B.C. property with 119 dogs
197954home2183‘Aliens are coming’: Alberta RCMP 911 dispatchers fielding calls about UFO sightings
197945home2184Jake Virtanen steps down as host of Abbotsford charity golf tournament
197935home2185Goslings demand media attention by playing in Vernon newspaper parking lot
197918home2186Nearly 40% of North Okanagan adults vaccinated
197914home2187IHIT: Body found in Hope identified as missing Port Moody woman
197906home2188Warning issued after cougar sighting in Lake Country
197908home2189Family confirms body found in Mission is missing son’s, IIO investigating
197904home2190Okanagan real estate boom keeps escalating
197902home2191Canucks place Jake Virtanen on leave following sexual misconduct allegations
197888home2192Briefs: Central Okanagan school trustees vote themselves a raise
197879home2193‘An amazing encounter’: Kootenay photographer’s intimate hours with a cougar
197877home2194Lockdowns more harmful than COVID-19, claims B.C. councillor on hospital board
197867home2195B.C.’s Jevon Holland drafted by Miami Dolphins, 1st Canadian player chosen in NFL draft
197863home2196Vancouver says PNE needs $8M from the province in order to survive
197855home2197Unofficial holidays: Here’s what people are celebrating for the week of May 2 to 8
197899home2198B.C. artisan strikes a chord with unique and thoughtful custom guitars
197873home2199Random encounters leave B.C. woman concerned for her safety, and she’s not alone
197861home2200Podcast: Hall of Fame broadcaster Bernie Pascall shares some unique CFL tales
197844home2201Sicamous Houseboats given OK for upland maintenance, staff trailer
197836home2202B.C.’s COVID-19 rate declines, people in hospital rises to 511
197832home2203Flight cancellations to India delay shipment of B.C. man’s body back to his family
197829home2204Phazer, not Pfizer, among 13 ‘P’ names chosen for RCMP’s newest puppy recruits
197825home2205‘She was the love of our life’: Former Cariboo woman killed in U.S. workplace shooting
197822home2206B.C. church pastor found guilty of accessing ‘substantial’ amounts of child pornography
197820home2207Several suspicious dumpster fires prompt Kelowna Fire Department, RCMP investigation
197818home2208B.C. woman with heart condition verbally accosted over disabled parking stall
197816home2209Racism hotline in the works for B.C., officials announce
197808home2210Former B.C. cabinet minister denies saying government knew about casino crime
197792home2211COVID-19 modelling shows B.C. bending the curve of variant cases
197786home2212B.C. senior scammed into sending $20K overseas, hidden between books
197766home2213Senior pup’s painful smile prompts aspiring B.C. vet to launch fundraiser for surgery
197755home2214Kelowna mayor, RCMP condemn upcoming anti-COVID protest
197754home2215B.C.’s COVID-19 road checks won’t require travel documents
197745home2216UPDATE: Sicamous man reported missing found safe
197738home2217Wanted man sought by Vernon police
197706home2218Lack of clear vaccine info from B.C. officials leading to rumours, distrust: advocates
197719home2219Minister to release enforcement details of COVID travel ban in B.C.
197715home22206 catalytic converters stolen in Vernon in 3 weeks
197713home2221‘We don’t know what to do’: West Kelowna man shares COVID’s impact on family in India
197698home2222Man released who was arrested after woman found dead in North Shuswap
197700home222388k people sign petition to keep Wells Gray murderer behind bars
197685home2224No injured worker funds for COVID-19 sick pay, B.C. Liberals say
197712home22256 catalytic converters stolen in Vernon in 3 weeks
197679home2226Nearly a third of Central Okanagan adults vaccinated
197677home2227Vernon man seeks NDP nom for North Okanagan-Shuswap riding
197675home22282 dead after head-on crash near Prince George; speed a factor, RCMP say
197671home2229‘Apollo Initiative’ unites 350 young B.C. musicians in streamed concert for mental health
197667home2230B.C. street drugs poisoned with benzos could lead to ‘catastrophic’ overdoses: advocate
197663home2231B.C. working to house people camping in Vancouver park as deadline to leave looms
197683home2232‘Superheroes’ rescue overturned Okanagan fishermen
197657home2233B.C. has 503 in hospital, 853 new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday
197644home2234Mysterious package sent to B.C. family by dead Russian composer stuffed with Ecstasy
197640home2235Salmon Arm man scratches to win $50,000
197629home2236COVID-19 cases continue downward trend in Central Okanagan
197625home2237Kelowna writer wins 2021 CBC short story prize
197631home2238Lack of rain dries up Lake Country water supply
197617home2239Gruffalo comes to downtown Vernon
197613home2240Technology replacing Okanagan’s tourism centres
197649home2241Say speaks volumes in Salmon Arm win over Vernon
197603home2242Duncan native stretches legs in Salmon Arm during cross-country run for charities
197600home2243B.C. to remove speculation ‘air tax’ passed on to commercial tenants
197576home2244Salmon Arm council to hear logging plans for portion of Mount Ida
197566home2245Immunocompromised B.C. man slams province over second dose vaccine delays
197557home2246RCMP Major Crime Unit investigating death of woman in North Shuswap
197530home2247Bumpy Giant’s Head Road could see improvements
197526home2248B.C. MP says law needed to thwart shadow pandemic of intimate partner violence
197502home2249B.C. workers now eligible for 3 hours of paid leave to get COVID-19 immunization
197488home2250Car flees Kelowna RCMP, later found abandoned with drugs, shotgun inside
197482home2251COVID-19 outbreak at Kelowna senior care home
197456home2252Young Salmon Arm Guinness World Record breaker helps raise autism awareness
197420home2253Police watchdog investigates after woman critically injured in the Shuswap
197412home2254COVID-19 restrictions to affect Summerland graduation ceremonies
197362home2255Potential COVID-19 exposure at two Summerland schools
197352home2256May 25 public hearing set for proposed three-lot subdivision in Summerland
198716entertainment1Lloyd Price, singer and early rock influence, dies at 88
198702entertainment2‘Sonic 2’ star Jim Carrey surprises B.C. film crew member with vehicle giveaway
198446entertainment3B.C.-wide #DayOfMusic to feature 100-plus free virtual concerts May 15
198242entertainment4Kettle Valley Brakemen disband
197967entertainment5Opening weekend at Penticton adventure park
197929entertainment6Oscar-winning ‘Moonstruck’ star Olympia Dukakis dies at 89
197810entertainment7Former reality TV star Josh Duggar faces child porn charges
197747entertainment810-year-old Island girl makes Colourful arrival on international songwriting stage
197671entertainment9‘Apollo Initiative’ unites 350 young B.C. musicians in streamed concert for mental health
198743trending-now1QUIZ: How much do you know about these motherhood issues?
198211trending-now2Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, to release 1st children’s book
198158trending-now3Okanagan filmmakers produce short Star Wars fan film
197954trending-now4‘Aliens are coming’: Alberta RCMP 911 dispatchers fielding calls about UFO sightings
197879trending-now5‘An amazing encounter’: Kootenay photographer’s intimate hours with a cougar
197855trending-now6Unofficial holidays: Here’s what people are celebrating for the week of May 2 to 8
197857trending-now7QUIZ: A celebration of May
197899trending-now8B.C. artisan strikes a chord with unique and thoughtful custom guitars
197829trending-now9Phazer, not Pfizer, among 13 ‘P’ names chosen for RCMP’s newest puppy recruits
197743trending-now10VIDEO: B.C. construction worker who ‘can actually sing’ creates catchy tune
198656community1Cops reach new heights for Okanagan kids
198513community3Summerland Fall Fair to hold Grade 5 garden contest
198487community4Man on the move for Mother’s Day in Okanagan
198477community5VIDEO: Penticton immigrant service group releases video addressing racism in the Okanagan
198444community6NeighbourLink Summerland holds online dinner fundraiser
198387community7Banners go up in downtown celebrating fun in Penticton
198368community8Penticton elementary students artwork displayed around Penticton
198391community9Hummingbirds back for another Okanagan season
198315community10Osprey-watching provides Shuswap photographer with unexpected observation
198238community11Couple share their story to bring more visibility to dementia
198120community12Family of deer stroll downtown Penticton
198118community13COLUMN: A taste of maternal memories
198023community14Plug pulled on Vernon’s Funtastic once more
197949community15Agur served as reeve of Summerland
197935community16Goslings demand media attention by playing in Vernon newspaper parking lot
197659community17OSNS Child and Youth Development Centre announces new golf tournament fundraiser
197640community18Salmon Arm man scratches to win $50,000
197625community19Kelowna writer wins 2021 CBC short story prize
197617community20Gruffalo comes to downtown Vernon
197609community21Naramata winery helps hurting hospitality workers
197603community22Duncan native stretches legs in Salmon Arm during cross-country run for charities
197552community23Stories sought for Oliver centennial celebration
197506community24Osprey cam is back live in Osoyoos
197508community25When there was an emergency in Penticton, Alida Erickson was always there
198002marketplace1Sun, sand and snow? Discover 4 seasons of fun in your BC backyard
198485letters1LETTER: Large donation bolsters already amazing Penticton hospice
198282letters2LETTER: 50 year resident of Green Ave. and friend of Kampe says no to towers
198215letters3LETTER: Why not put the $10M-plus Lake-to-Lake bike path to a referendum?
197661letters4Letter: Eliminate the ‘glaring’ electric sign at the entrance to Penticton
198652video1Trudeau won’t say whether Canada supports patent waiver for COVID-19 vaccines
198650video2Black Press Media Weekly Roundup: Top headlines this week
131804sip-savour1Raise your glass: Award-winning spirits, handcrafted on Vancouver Island
162318travel1Discover Penticton, BC
197861podcasts1Podcast: Hall of Fame broadcaster Bernie Pascall shares some unique CFL tales