It seems the foreign farm worker roller-coaster for Okanagan orchardists, wineries and garden centres is over for now.

Half of the businesses in B.C. and the Okanagan are shutting down temporarily.

Lower Nicola Indian Band (LNIB) is partnering with Valard Construction to build, operate and maintain a new power line that will cross some LNIB lands, running from the Trans Mountain pumping station to Aspen Grove, where it will connect to the existing BC Hydro system.

In response to the growing culinary scene at the Penticton Lakeside Resort & Conference Centre, General Manager David Prystay introduced the position of Food and Beverage Director assumed by Keith Corbett in the Fall of 2019. Excitement grew for the vision of the culinary scene as conver…

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Tim Hortons franchisees gathered in Calgary earlier this week and erupted into applause after corporate executives promised to help reframe the public’s understanding that the chain is a Canadian company.

I was both honoured and grateful to have been invited by the Outlook Group, in partnership with such organizations such as Incredible India, to participate and speak at India’s Outlook Responsible Tourism Summit and Awards event in New Delhi.

An Air Canada flight leaving Kelowna had to turn around Friday morning and come back due to an issue with its landing gear.

KELOWNA — ‘Tis the season for a parking crunch at Kelowna International Airport.

Dogs are a big part of our family’s lives, but often the difficult part about shopping for the holidays is finding the perfect gifts for your furry friends. Whether you are shopping for your dog-loving friend or getting something to treat yourself, we've got a list of one of a kind dog-theme…

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The Minuteman Press franchise owner in Penticton is the first in B.C. to adopt the PrintReLeaf program to replenish the forests used in meeting customer needs.

The pet industry has grown vastly in the past 10 years. With 67% of U.S. households owning pets and over 42% in Canada, we have seen significant growth. With the growth of pet ownership, the amount of dollars spent on our pets has also risen more than 55%.

A quick getaway to regain your sanity, especially with the winter months rapidly approaching. But, vacationing on a budget is even better.

Domestic passenger traffic at Kelowna’s airport has dipped, but the decline is less than that experienced at other Canadian airports.

A booming insulation industry, coupled with growing consumer interest in making their homes more efficient, continues to add up to a strong need for skilled workers in the Southern Interior.

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In between the biggest and the best, the newest and the shiniest, lies the tried and true, the old reliables of the culinary world.

On Friday morning, managers somberly gathered at the Tolko office in Kelowna to call 140 workers one by one to tell them the lumber mill will close forever Jan. 8.

Regardless of the terminology used, the Tolko lumber mill in Kelowna is still closed and will be for the foreseeable future.

Dear Tony: As president of our strata, I am trying to prevent our strata council from taking a position that I am certain will result in either a complaint with the tribunal or human rights.

The SunRype name, factory and workforce will remain in Kelowna in the wake of a buyout by Quebec-based Lassonde Industries.

While the percentage of women graduating from post-secondary institutions is higher than their male counterparts, the number of women choosing programs in Engineering and Technology remains significantly lower.

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In five short years - although they likely seemed longer for the owners - Okanoggin Barbers expanded from 1,000 square feet to more than 3,800 feet.

It’s the breakfast of champions on the Italian Riviera.