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Conceptual rendering of proposed development at Hiawatha RV property. (Photo/Westcorp)

Phase 2 of housing development at former Hiawatha RV site gets Kelowna council approval

The next phase includes a 17-storey tower and two 10-storey buildings

Conceptual rendering of proposed development at Hiawatha RV property. (Photo/Westcorp)
Liveable Kelowna is endorsing six candidates for city council. (Photo/LiveableKelowna.com)

6 candidates make Liveable Kelowna’s endorsement list

The group believes the current voting system favours incumbents and name recognition

Liveable Kelowna is endorsing six candidates for city council. (Photo/LiveableKelowna.com)
Conceptual rendering for redesign of building facade for Revelry Food+Music Hub. (Norman Goddard Architect+Design)

Revelry pushes back over threatened lawsuit from Kelowna condo residents

Council unanimously supported The Revelry’s liquor licence application to the province

Conceptual rendering for redesign of building facade for Revelry Food+Music Hub. (Norman Goddard Architect+Design)
Moira Goodman is running for a seat on Peachland council. (Photo/Moira Goodman)

Peachland Votes 2022: Moira Goodman

Black Press Media is asking municipal election candidates their thoughts on various community issues

Moira Goodman is running for a seat on Peachland council. (Photo/Moira Goodman)
Lake Country RCMP is looking for a suspect in connection with vehicle theft and fraud. (Photo/Lake Country RCMP)

RCMP reach out to public to help solve Kelowna vehicle theft

Stolen credit card also used to buy gas

Lake Country RCMP is looking for a suspect in connection with vehicle theft and fraud. (Photo/Lake Country RCMP)
Conceptual rendering of proposed development at Hiawatha RV property. (Photo/Westcorp)

Westcorp on the Lake coming back to Kelowna council

The development planned for Lakeshore Road includes two 17-storey, and one 14-storey building

Conceptual rendering of proposed development at Hiawatha RV property. (Photo/Westcorp)
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Satirical election signs aim to spark conversation in Kelowna

Such ‘candidates’ include James Bond, Bruce Wayne

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Residents of The Madison on Ellis Street are considering a lawsuit against a proposed entertainment venue next door to their building. (Photo/Google Street View)

Residents of downtown Kelowna condo threaten legal action over proposed venue’s liquor licence

The Revelry has city council support for a liquor primary licence

Residents of The Madison on Ellis Street are considering a lawsuit against a proposed entertainment venue next door to their building. (Photo/Google Street View)
Sncəwips Museum is located in the Okanagan Lake Shopping Centre, Highway 97S.

Museum exhibit highlights Truth and Reconciliation Day for Westbank First Nation

Sncəwips Museum premiering “What Does it Mean to be Syilx?”

Sncəwips Museum is located in the Okanagan Lake Shopping Centre, Highway 97S.
Canadian rockers, Sloan. (Photo/Sloan Facebook)

Canadian rockers Sloan coming to the Okanagan

Tickets for the March 2023 show are on sale now

Canadian rockers, Sloan. (Photo/Sloan Facebook)
West Kelowna City Hall. (WestK News file photo)

West Kelowna council briefs: Development permit issued for development in Shannon Lake

Highlights from the September 20 West Kelowna council meeting

West Kelowna City Hall. (WestK News file photo)
Interior Wildlife Rehabilitation Society is based in Summerland. (Photo/IWRS)

Okanagan wildlife facility puts $15,000 grant to good use

Interior Wildlife Rehabilitation Society will use the funds to build a heated wildlife nursery

Interior Wildlife Rehabilitation Society is based in Summerland. (Photo/IWRS)
Conceptual rendering for redesign of building facade for Revelry Food+Music Hub. (Norman Goddard Architect+Design)

The Revelry rides support from Kelowna council for liquor licence

Council unanimous in supporting liquor licence application to the province

Conceptual rendering for redesign of building facade for Revelry Food+Music Hub. (Norman Goddard Architect+Design)
The Canadian Home Builders’ Association Central Okanagan has launched a public awareness campaign about housing affordability. (Black Press file photo)

Kelowna mayoral candidates to discuss housing affordability

The forum is being hosted by the Canadian Home Builders’ Association Central Okanagan

The Canadian Home Builders’ Association Central Okanagan has launched a public awareness campaign about housing affordability. (Black Press file photo)
Conceptual rendering of Queensway Ave. hotel development (Westcorp Property Management)

High praise still for downtown Kelowna hotel tower

Council pleased Kerry Park upgrades will be done despite higher cost

Conceptual rendering of Queensway Ave. hotel development (Westcorp Property Management)
It took Lorne Hradecki 24-hours before the reality of a $500,000 lottery win fully sank in. (Photo/BCLC)

‘That can’t be right!’: Kelowna man in disbelief after $500,000 lottery win

‘I went through the whole day in disbelief’

It took Lorne Hradecki 24-hours before the reality of a $500,000 lottery win fully sank in. (Photo/BCLC)
Tricia Brett is running for a seat on Lake Country council. (Photo/Tricia Brett)

Lake Country Votes 2022: Tricia Brett

Black Press Media is asking municipal election candidates their thoughts on various community issues

Tricia Brett is running for a seat on Lake Country council. (Photo/Tricia Brett)
Colin Basran speaks at a provincial news conference regarding safer communities in B.C. (Photo/Province of B.C. YouTube)

Kelowna’s rep on BC Mayors’ Caucus supports safer communities report

Research says there needs to be an overall investment in mental health and long-term care

Colin Basran speaks at a provincial news conference regarding safer communities in B.C. (Photo/Province of B.C. YouTube)
Conceptual rendering of the UBCO campus tower. (Photo/UBCO)

Down-sized, downtown UBCO tower unveiled to Kelowna council

The building proposed at 550 Doyle Ave. now three storeys shorter

Conceptual rendering of the UBCO campus tower. (Photo/UBCO)
Amarjit Singh Lalli is running for a seat on Kelowna council. (Photo/Amarjit Singh Lalli)

Kelowna Votes 2022: Amarjit Singh Lalli

Black Press Media is asking municipal election candidates their thoughts on various community issues

Amarjit Singh Lalli is running for a seat on Kelowna council. (Photo/Amarjit Singh Lalli)
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