Barry Gerding

Who’s watching the dock rebuild?

Kelowna - With the season for building over, we look at the issues of docks around Okanagan Lake

Tourism trade felt the weather impact this summer

Tourism industry in Kelowna and across the Thompson-Okanagan to address climate change challenges

Access to many Okanagan rivers, lakes threatened

Liberal revision of Navigation Protection Act raises concerns

Oilers fan meets Gretzky in Kelowna

‘The Great One’ takes time for photo while at Rutland TD bank branch on Friday.

Accommodation plan revealed for out-of-town Kelowna hospital patients

KGH Foundation launches $8 million fundraising campaign for JoeAnna’s House.

Living with a cruel disease

Kelowna woman suffering from dystonia, lost in shadow of similar Parkinson’s disease

Bullish on high-tech growth

BDC president optimistic for Okanagan’s future prospects

Municipal politicians push mussel message

NDP listen to advocating for tougher invasive mussel policies

Black Mountain school thanks first responders

Joe Rich wildfire response honoured by Kelowna school’s students, staff, parents

Survey finds seniors’ care shortfalls

Carehome challenge to combat seniors’ feelings of isolation

New board chair for Interior Health

Dr. Doug Cochrane appointed by provincial government

Doctors grapple with tax policy proposals

Financial issues for MDs extend beyond corporate tax breaks

Lake Country endorses saving wildlife corridor

Greenbelt connects Okanagan Mountain and Kalamalka parks.

UK music audience finds ‘The Light’

YouTube video behind popularity of Kelowna orchestral group’s song.

Learning from their elders

Indigenous youth taught respect for water, land and each other on 3-day canoe journey

Cost of Okanagan lifestyle increasing

Water board AGM focus on impact of climate change

Coping with cancer in the workforce

Often overlooked difficulty facing cancer survivors

Man who claimed partner died during sex found not guilty

Salmon Arm’s Logan Scott was found not guilty of manslaughter in the death of Armstrong’s Jillian McKinty

BMO goes dollar-for-dollar to help BC Cancer Foundation

$5 million campaign launched to acquire PET/SCT scanner for Southern Interior

Fire suppression efforts exhaust resources

Changing weather extremes may cause evolution of forest firefighting strategies