Barry Gerding

Trans Mountain pipeline: Is it worth the risk?

Concerns range from the threat of an oil spill to the impact of tanker traffic on wildlife

B.C.’s devastating 2017 wildfire season revisited in new book

British Columbia Burning written by CBC journalist Bethany Lindsay

B.C. Interior flood risk diminishing

Snowmelt receding but rainfall impact remains a concern

Tourism Kelowna adopts sustainability initiative

Responsible to environment key to long-term tourism growth

RV rental website expands into Okanagan

Wheel Estate connects RV owners and potential renters

Legalizing cannabis a monumental shift

Tourism and business leaders need regulatory direction

Brain tumour research focus on genetics

Optimism an effective drug treatment will be found

Retirees focus on buying recreational properties

RE/MAX report finds South Okanagan desired place to retire

Okanagan-Shuswap flood watch to intensify over next week

Heat wave speeding up snowmelt process

B.C. 2017 disaster report: Extreme weather here to stay

Report cites need to prepare for “the new normal”

Okanagan domestic use water well sign-up frustration mounts

Province lagging on well application approval process

Parents need to put down their phones, warns Okanagan speech-language pathologist

“Our brains are hardwired to learn from face-to-face communication.”

Okanagan braces for next wave of flooding

High elevation snowpack just starting to melt

Banner year for Okanagan tourism predicted

Largely visiting Canadian tourists will invade valley from May-September

ALR an option for affordable housing development

UBC economist offers alternatives to speculation tax

Wrestlers invade Kelowna and Vernon

Wrestling events this weekend benefit numerous Okanagan charities

Robot caretakers could be in your future

Interior Health CEO says AI will revolutionalize medical care

Highway 33 to re-open Friday

Traffic expected to resume at around 7 p.m.

FEATURE FRIDAY: Flooding plagues Black Mountain residents

Black Mountain residents seek city’s help

Okanagan Valley receives $1.45 million for floodplain mapping

LiDAR aerial imaging technology to help map valley landscape