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On thin ice: Warmer temperatures mean dangerous lake conditions in Okanagan

On thin ice: Warmer temperatures mean dangerous lake conditions in Okanagan

The Kelowna Fire Department is warning others to stay off the lakes

On thin ice: Warmer temperatures mean dangerous lake conditions in Okanagan
Marijuana production expansion proposed near Okanagan Rail Trail

Marijuana production expansion proposed near Okanagan Rail Trail

A rezoning application from The Flowr Group will be presented to council today

Marijuana production expansion proposed near Okanagan Rail Trail
Kelowna Muslim students hold vigil to support New Zealand victims

Kelowna Muslim students hold vigil to support New Zealand victims

A vigil will be held Monday night at UBC Okanagan

Kelowna Muslim students hold vigil to support New Zealand victims
Okanagan-Shuswap weather: Sunny days ahead

Okanagan-Shuswap weather: Sunny days ahead

It’s beginning to feel like spring in Kelowna

Okanagan-Shuswap weather: Sunny days ahead
Secretary at the Kelowna Islamic Centre, Hamid Butt believes that welcoming community members into the Mosque will help break down any stereotypes of preconceived notions of Islam. photo: Sydney Morton

Kelowna Muslim student says deadly New Zealand attacks ‘hits close to home’

The president of the UBCO Muslim association is encouraging others to learn more about each other

Secretary at the Kelowna Islamic Centre, Hamid Butt believes that welcoming community members into the Mosque will help break down any stereotypes of preconceived notions of Islam. photo: Sydney Morton
Turning up the heat: Okanagan Firestorm cheerleaders takes home trophy

Turning up the heat: Okanagan Firestorm cheerleaders takes home trophy

The Okanagan Firestorm Intensity group won second in the UCA International All Star Championship

Turning up the heat: Okanagan Firestorm cheerleaders takes home trophy
Raise the woof: Two new dog parks to be built in the Central Okanagan

Raise the woof: Two new dog parks to be built in the Central Okanagan

Construction begins soon for two new off-leash dog parks in Lake Country

Raise the woof: Two new dog parks to be built in the Central Okanagan
$595,000 given to Kelowna company to create safer sailing app

$595,000 given to Kelowna company to create safer sailing app

The app will alert emergency contacts if boaters don’t arrive

$595,000 given to Kelowna company to create safer sailing app
Drake Maceherson, eight and Brody Nolting, nine, were dizzy after sitting in one of the rides during the annual Rutland May Days which happened over May long weekend at Rutland Centennial Park a few years ago. The May Days parade and fair had people visit from all over the Okanagan. Credit: Carli Berry/Captial News

Park upgrades in Kelowna cause popular May Days event to move

May Days will be held in Roxby Square and at the Centennial Hall

Drake Maceherson, eight and Brody Nolting, nine, were dizzy after sitting in one of the rides during the annual Rutland May Days which happened over May long weekend at Rutland Centennial Park a few years ago. The May Days parade and fair had people visit from all over the Okanagan. Credit: Carli Berry/Captial News
Friends of Canadian Broadcast members gathered to support community journalism Tuesday. - Carli Berry/Capital News

Campaign calling for regulation of Facebook, Netflix launches in B.C.

Friends of Canadian Broadcasting launched a campaign Tuesday in Kelowna

Friends of Canadian Broadcast members gathered to support community journalism Tuesday. - Carli Berry/Capital News
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Okanagan town uses Bob Ross to paint picture of pothole situation

The District of Lake Country has a sense of humour

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Jaide Joel’s Bakery co-owners Joel Murga and Jaide Hatfield hold a platter of vegan and gluten free Funfetti donuts. With the success of their buisness over the past year, the pair plan to open a cafe. (Carli Berry - Capital News)

VIDEO: Vegan, gluten-free Kelowna donut business expanding in the Okanagan

Find a donut for yourself at Nature’s Fare Markets with Jaide & Joel’s Bakery

Jaide Joel’s Bakery co-owners Joel Murga and Jaide Hatfield hold a platter of vegan and gluten free Funfetti donuts. With the success of their buisness over the past year, the pair plan to open a cafe. (Carli Berry - Capital News)
Darcy Cameron, owner of Jays and Arrows Tattooing Inc., etches his second red balloon of the day onto Chelsea Frank’s arm Saturday as part of a fundraising event for the Elizabeth Fry Society. - Carli Berry/Capital News

99 red balloons: Kelowna tattoo shop supports women’s programs

99 red balloons were etched onto 99 people by Jays and Arrows Tattoo Inc.

Darcy Cameron, owner of Jays and Arrows Tattooing Inc., etches his second red balloon of the day onto Chelsea Frank’s arm Saturday as part of a fundraising event for the Elizabeth Fry Society. - Carli Berry/Capital News
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Kelowna safe for women, but not great for full-time employment

Kelowna was ranked 16th out of 26 cities in a recent gender gap report

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A training session held by Central Okanagan Search and Rescue shows members checking out layers of the snow pack. - Image: Facebook/Central Okanagan Search and Rescue.

Marijuana Party member starts fundraiser for search and rescue groups

Brynn Jones, from Kelowna, posted a message and a fundraiser to his Facebook page

A training session held by Central Okanagan Search and Rescue shows members checking out layers of the snow pack. - Image: Facebook/Central Okanagan Search and Rescue.
Gord Lovegrove, associate professor of engineering at UBC Okanagan and co-housing project leader, presents to a Kelowna audience during a co-housing public engagement session Wednesday at the Innovation Centre. - Carli Berry/Capital News

Pitching sustainability: co-housing project gathers significant interest in Kelowna

The auditorium seats in The Innovation Centre were nearly full during a co-housing forum

Gord Lovegrove, associate professor of engineering at UBC Okanagan and co-housing project leader, presents to a Kelowna audience during a co-housing public engagement session Wednesday at the Innovation Centre. - Carli Berry/Capital News
Homeless Okanagan man looks for a way off the streets

Homeless Okanagan man looks for a way off the streets

“Why surround yourself in something you want to get away from?

Homeless Okanagan man looks for a way off the streets
Kelowna resident Laura Allan remains trapped in Haiti, where she has been volunteering over the past 12 years as a foreign aid worker. (Photo - Contributed)

Fundraiser for Kelowna woman trapped in Haiti reaches goal

Laura Allan can’t return home due to civil unrest in the Caribbean country

Kelowna resident Laura Allan remains trapped in Haiti, where she has been volunteering over the past 12 years as a foreign aid worker. (Photo - Contributed)
Young girl gets exciting tour of Lake Country worm farm

Young girl gets exciting tour of Lake Country worm farm

Lindsey Baillie thanks Nurturing Nature Organics in a Facebook post

Young girl gets exciting tour of Lake Country worm farm
Tamara Faitala holds a pamphlet sharing her story as a home owner with Habitat for Humanity at an information session Saturday for a new complex in Lake Country. (Carli Berry-Capital News)

Frustration and hope at Okanagan Habitat for Humanity event

An information session was held Saturday in Lake Country

Tamara Faitala holds a pamphlet sharing her story as a home owner with Habitat for Humanity at an information session Saturday for a new complex in Lake Country. (Carli Berry-Capital News)