Liberal candidate Connie Denesiuk says she still stands behind Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s “inclusive policies” in the wake of photos and a video showing him in brownface and blackface.
A years-long effort to build a regional compost facility was unearthed Thursday, as local politicians agreed to spend $50,000 to study the feasibility of such a facility at the Okanagan Falls and Campbell Mountain landfills.
The people of British Columbia spoke, the government listened, and starting this month, car insurance rates in the province will be fairer for safe drivers.
If you haven’t done so already, be sure to pick up tickets to the Rock the Rink show in Penticton on Oct. 6, because it may be your last chance to see Canada’s sweethearts in action.
Churches, service groups and other non-profits will begin paying a portion of their property taxes next year, following a decision of Penticton city council Tuesday.
Larry Watkinson follows his golden retriever, Sam, through the wreckage-lined streets in Abaco. Cars lay on their roofs, buildings have been reduced to rubble and ships are docked on dry ground far from the sea. Sam bounds forward; his next move could change everything.
KELOWNA — Friends and colleagues of murder victim Clara Forman gathered at the Kelowna courthouse on Monday to watch as her husband’s sentencing hearing got underway.
It’s kokanee time again, your once-a-year opportunity to learn more about these land-locked salmon, and see them both at the end of their life cycle and the birth of the next generation.
A man shot by West Kelowna Mounties near Bear Creek Provincial Park fled onto a log boom where he was eventually arrested, six hours after the trouble first began.
It’s time for one of the South Okanagan’s most notorious alleged criminals to find another lawyer or prepare to go it alone, a judge told him Monday.
Faced with a growing list of non-profits that have traditionally had their property taxes waived, the City of Penticton is now considering having them chip in – just a little.
Can you imagine this? The amount of diverted dog waste for processing is predicted to be in the range of between 150 and 400 tonnes every year, just in the City of Vancouver, BC alone with potential for further increases beyond that. The dog population in Vancouver is anticipated between 32,…
A daily breakfast program feeding approximately 60,000 students annually in the Penticton and Summerland area is aiming to raise $350,000 within the next five years.
It was a bit of an understatement when Interior Health announced in August that the new permanent MRI machine at Penticton Regional Hospital was almost four months’ late going into service due to a problem with “flooring.”