It’s the breakfast of champions on the Italian Riviera.
VANCOUVER — The Vancouver Aquarium’s frolicsome Northern sea otters are some of its most popular residents. During Sea Otter Awareness Week — Sept. 21-29 — they’re positively irresistible, the focus of daily feeds and enrichment sessions, family programs, educational talks and even pre-booka…
A new and larger Kelowna Costco, including a gas station, is planned for long-vacant farmland across from the main entrance to Mission Creek Regional Park.
A new and larger Kelowna Costco, including a gas station, is planned for long vacant farmland across from the main entrance to Mission Creek regional park.
Brian Preece and Andre Martin of Minuteman Press install the Penticton Herald’s new sign at 186 Nanaimo Ave. W. The iconic Herald building has recently been given a facelift with new paint, updated signage and an upgrade to its outdoor benches.The sign reflects the positive direction the Her…
After a four-month nationwide search, the Okanagan Mainline Real Estate Board has hired former credit union boss George Greenwood as its new CEO.
QUESTION: Our building is 30 years old and we are under attack. The flickers and woodpeckers have been boring holes into our stucco siding, we have blackbirds and swallows nesting in our eaves and within the siding, and we had a family of geese take up residence on our roof top.
Hobo — not only is it the term for an impoverished migrant worker, but it’s also the name of Kelowna’s first legal cannabis store, which opens at 10 a.m. today.
A builder’s lien is a legal interest that can be registered on title to a property as security for an alleged debt for work or materials in relation to an improvement.
VANCOUVER — Canfor Pulp Products is temporarily shutting down one of its northern British Columbia pulp mills — just days after parent company Canfor Inc. announced breaks at all but one of its B.C. sawmills and the permanent closure of another.
Nature’s Fare Markets is partnering with the Nature Conservancy of Canada as part of the organic retailer’s plastic bag reduction strategy.
Calgary resident, “Anaar,” at the age of seven, attended St. Joseph’s Convent School in Panchgani, India. Her brother and several other relatives were also sent to Panchgani’s various boys’ schools.
OTTAWA — Canada’s labour market delivered a surprise Friday with its biggest one-month employment gain since government started collecting comparable data in 1976.
Several years ago, while taking up the sport of skiing, I suffered a severe fall which injured my muscles in my lower back. Although there were no broken bones, no amount of pain pills or creams could alleviate my muscle pain. I knew that I was headed toward serious trouble.
Most people pick up their dog’s waste with what they believe is an “eco-friendly” or “biodegradable plastic” poop bag. Even responsible dog owners who have made an effort to buy these greener options may be surprised to learn of the harmful impact they could be having. They think they’re doi…
Wilden’s newest Kelowna neighbourhood, Lost Creek Point, is not only a beautiful place to live but the 36 semi-detached and two detached homes are designed and built to an energy efficiency standard that is far ahead of the requirements for new buildings in B.C..
Travellers at Penticton’s airport on Thursday were surprised to be greeted in the lobby by their member of Parliament and two Valley mayors.
Penticton residents should soon be able to purchase cellphone services from a fourth provider that offers significantly lower monthly rates than the “big three” Canadian providers — Rogers, Bell and Telus.
The Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association is one of nine nominees from around the globe for this year’s UN World Tourism Organization awards, which recognize inspirational projects that made an invaluable contribution to advance sustainable tourism.
Clutching frantically onto my saddle horn, I stare over the looming precipice of a mountainous sand dune. The slope drops sharply into shadow and a valley far below.
FORT MCMURRAY, Alta. -- Walmart Canada has been ordered to pay a $20,000 fine for selling contaminated food after a devastating wildfire in northern Alberta two years ago.