Canada - The Daily Courier
Tuesday - 17th July, 2018
Heat warning issued for Okanagan Valley
Atemperature record for Vernon could be set today as the B.C. Interior becomes the bull’s eye of a...
Monday - 16th July, 2018
ACROSS THE LAKE
Conny Stamhuis, this year’s oldest participant, smiles as she emerges from Okanagan Lake at City P...
Saturday - 14th July, 2018
Go-cart camp putting girls on track to career in trades
Jordan Chahley, 11, loves speed. Well, as fast as one can skedaddle in a go-cart sporting a 6.5horse...
Friday - 13th July, 2018
Talks in casino strike fail to produce deal
Casino workers in the Okanagan have been on strike for two weeks, with no resolution to their contra...
Thursday - 12th July, 2018
Bakery offers organic option as it phases out plastic straws
It’s so hip and environmentally responsible to sip through a bamboo straw. Yes, we mean a...
Wednesday - 11th July, 2018
Amnesty program nothing to sniff at
The regional district knows you didn’t forget, but in a wink-wink, nudge-nudge show of goodwill it...
Tuesday - 10th July, 2018
Greyhound buses gone from Valley by Nov. 1
Linda Bullock has been taking the Greyhound bus from Kelowna to Langley and back every six weeks for...
Monday - 9th July, 2018
Campfire bans do make a difference
The arrival of hot, dry summer weather means one thing to campers — the annual campfire ban.&n...
Saturday - 7th July, 2018
Drug lab suspected at home that blew up
Drug production gone horribly wrong is now being confirmed by police as the likely cause of a dramat...
Friday - 6th July, 2018
Blast, fire on Westside leave 1 dead, 3 injured
A man is dead following an explosion and fire at a home in West Kelowna Wednesday night. Ar...
Thursday - 5th July, 2018
Demolition looms for burned house
The rebuilding of the fire-damaged Fleming House, one of Kelowna’s oldest homes, is unlikely, city...
Wednesday - 4th July, 2018
Fire-damaged 1871 home worth saving, says expert
A nearly 150-year-old Kelowna home damaged by fire could be rebuilt if the political will exists to ...
Tuesday - 3rd July, 2018
Winter still reluctant to release grip on hills
Instead of bringing hot weather and sunshine, July kicked off in the Okanagan with a dusting of snow...
Monday - 2nd July, 2018
Celebrating Canada’s diverse strengths
Canada’s enduring appeal as a tolerant, welcoming and multicultural society was celebrated Sunday ...
Saturday - 30th June, 2018
Casino staff hope strike gives them winning hand
At exactly 3:01 Friday afternoon, it started. Scores of picketers swarmed the sidewalk in f...
Friday - 29th June, 2018
New visitor centre opens on lakeshore
The long-awaited, muchdebated lakefront Kelowna Visitor Centre is now open. “We’re so excited th...
Thursday - 28th June, 2018
Transform your kids into happy campers
Today is the last day of school for kids across the Central Okanagan, and it has been a successful y...
Wednesday - 27th June, 2018
Celebrations to offer something for everyone
Seven stages of entertainment + 17 ethnic groups + 45 vendors + one big fireworks show = 60,000 peop...
Tuesday - 26th June, 2018
Overnight windstorm fells trees, power lines
An unusual midnight heat wave gave way to a wild windstorm that saw gusts top 100 km/h along the Kel...
Monday - 25th June, 2018
Special Olympics B.C. held the second annual Okanagan Valley Challenge track and field meet at the A...
Saturday - 23rd June, 2018
Executive ousted at legion in Penticton
Veteran Jack William stood outside the Penticton branch of the Royal Canadian Legion, shaking his he...
Friday - 22nd June, 2018
INDIGENOUS CULTURE CELEBRATED
Nine-year-old Syleena Pollard shows off her dancing skills during a musical performance Thursday at ...
Thursday - 21st June, 2018
Trump halts separation of migrant families as Trudeau adds criticism
OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau added his voice Wednesday to the global chorus condemning t...
Wednesday - 20th June, 2018
Mom in jail under ‘zero-tolerance’ policy wonders when she’ll see her son again
SEATTLE — The call came at mealtime — an anonymous threat demanding $5,000 or her son’s life. ...
Tuesday - 19th June, 2018
Summer heat kicks in early
It feels like summer already, but the season won’t officially arrive for a couple more days. Summe...
Monday - 18th June, 2018
Cars on display for Father’s Day
Larry Coupal drove a 1956 Chevrolet BelAir for the first time when he was just 12 years old. Hold it...
Saturday - 16th June, 2018
Rescuers energized by new technology
Lost and injured hikers could be found faster with a search-and-rescue team’s deployment of electr...
Friday - 15th June, 2018
Eye on the ball
Finlay Young of Kelowna gets ready to tee off from the first tee box at Gallagher’s Canyon Golf &a...
Thursday - 14th June, 2018
Face of homelessnes comes into focus
The number of homeless people in Kelowna has increased 23 per cent in the past two years, a new repo...
Wednesday - 13th June, 2018
You can tickle the ivories and your inner musician
Telus may be a new sponsor this year to the popular Pianos in the Parks program, but you wouldn’t ...
Tuesday - 12th June, 2018
Canadian music legend Bryan Adams, left, performs at Prospera Place alongside long-time guitarist Ke...
Monday - 11th June, 2018
Riding for prostate cancer
The rumble of hundreds of motorcycles thundered along Harvey Avenue Sunday morning as part of the Mo...
Saturday - 9th June, 2018
FAT CAT! WHERE?
Audrey Shephard and Piper Smirl thought the ducklings were cute on Friday during opening day of the ...
Friday - 8th June, 2018
Capitals’ captain celebrates
Washington Capitals star captain Alex Ovechkin hoists the Stanley Cup after the Capitals rallied to ...
Thursday - 7th June, 2018
Here’s to a job well done
Non-profit and social service agencies working to help people who are homeless and struggling with a...
Wednesday - 6th June, 2018
Hats off to UBCO grads
Almost 2,000 UBC Okanagan students will receive degrees this week. More than 1,750 graduate...
Tuesday - 5th June, 2018
CALGARY — Opposition politicians hit the Liberal government with pointed questions Monday over new...
Monday - 4th June, 2018
UBCO graduate Josef Zagrodney dies suddenly during Scotland trip
A 22-year-old Summerland native, who graduated from UBC Okanagan last year at the top of his class, ...
Saturday - 2nd June, 2018
Hanna Phillip dances as part of the 28th annual Siya Celebration on Friday at Elk’s Stadium. More ...
Thursday - 31st May, 2018
Food bank opens doors at new, bigger location
The Central Okanagan Community Food Bank has officially opened its new Kelowna location, featuring a...
Wednesday - 30th May, 2018
Popular kangaroo petting zoo outgrows site in Lake Country
The Kangaroo Creek Farm could be hopping out of Lake Country to a Kelowna area farm. Operators of th...
Tuesday - 29th May, 2018
Summer forecast raises prospect of another active wildfire season
This summer will be a hot and dry one in the Okanagan, says the Weather Network. The average tempera...
Monday - 28th May, 2018
West Kelowna fire in mop-up stage
Shifting winds at a critical time helped firefighters steer a fast-moving hillside blaze away from a...
Saturday - 26th May, 2018
Officials beg boaters to watch their wake
With this weekend’s sunny, hot weather, it could be easy to forget about flooding and focus on fun...
Friday - 25th May, 2018
Gender identity strategy meets with resistance
Central Okanagan school trustees stand firmly in support of the Ministry of Education’s sexual-ori...
Thursday - 24th May, 2018
Paralyzed rider encouraged by his fans to keep rolling
Messages of encouragement from people around the world continue to inspire freestyle motocross rider...
Wednesday - 23rd May, 2018
Sadie makes a splash
Arunaway dog paddling far out in the chilly waters of Okanagan Lake was brought safely to shore by o...
Tuesday - 22nd May, 2018
Rutland May Days Parade
Natalya, with the Dolyna Ukrainian Dancers, entertains crowds lining Rutland Road during the 59th ed...
Saturday - 19th May, 2018
Imperilled Westside welcomes soldiers
Members of the Canadian military descended on West Kelowna Friday morning to fill and pile sandbags ...
Friday - 18th May, 2018
Trades graduates urged to keep right on learning
The more than 100 graduates of trades programs at Okanagan College Thursday were encouraged to not l...
Thursday - 17th May, 2018
Lakeshore residents face threat of flooding
The level of Okanagan Lake is expected to rise above full pool this weekend. Waterfront property own...
Wednesday - 16th May, 2018
Trades training facility simulates real job site
Sarah McGuire realized a career in trades might be to her liking when she took a forestry course in ...
Tuesday - 15th May, 2018
Who needs Lassie when you have Ruth and Lady
Two Westside dogs have been honoured for saving their owner’s life last spring. It was a cold Apri...
Monday - 14th May, 2018
BCFGA warns about radical labour activists
Okanagan orchardists are being warned about “radical labour activists” attempting to sow discont...
Saturday - 12th May, 2018
Competing in Special Olympics ‘pretty cool’
Tony Wilkinson has got a lot of life experiences and life skills thanks to Special Olympics. In turn...
Friday - 11th May, 2018
2,700 in Boundary area ordered to leave homes
VANCOUVER — Nearly 2,700 people have been ordered to evacuate their homes in British Columbia’s ...
Thursday - 10th May, 2018
Flow in Mission Creek jumps 20% overnight
Homeowners risk flooding their own property by filling in roadside drainage ditches, West Kelowna Ma...
Wednesday - 9th May, 2018
Million-dollar donation huge boost for trail fund
A community-minded family has given more than $1 million toward construction of the Okanagan Rail Tr...
Tuesday - 8th May, 2018
Okanagan snowpack hits 206% of normal
Flooding risks continue to escalate as the snowpack in the Okanagan reaches a historic high, surpass...
Monday - 7th May, 2018
Bargain shopping supports Central Okanagan food bank
Women of all ages lined up Sunday morning at the Westbank Lions Community Centre to shop for bargain...
Saturday - 5th May, 2018
Snowmelt destruction mounts around Valley
Rapid snowmelt in the mountains is wreaking havoc below in the Okanagan Valley, partially washing ou...
Friday - 4th May, 2018
Bill for flood prevention $2 million — and rising
Rising groundwater is currently the most pressing flooding issue for the Central Okanagan, says Bria...
Thursday - 3rd May, 2018
Driver hopes she’s not alone in Hill Climb race for women
Marie Sherman has an advantage heading into the first Queen of the Hill competition at a popular Kel...
Wednesday - 2nd May, 2018
3 accused plead guilty in 2011 gang shooting
Three men accused in the 2011 killing of gangster Jonathan Bacon in Kelowna have pleaded guilty and ...
Tuesday - 1st May, 2018
Legacy of last year’s B.C. wildfires may include worse floods this year
WILLIAMS LAKE — Emergency officials in British Columbia’s southern Interior warn that devastatin...
Monday - 30th April, 2018
Tax hike trimmed for property owners
Kelowna property owners will pay less tax than expected this summer but credit for the reduction doe...
Saturday - 28th April, 2018
Water to spout again at Kelowna sculpture
Water should be flowing again at The Sails sculpture in Kelowna by Monday. Repairs to the pump that ...
Friday - 27th April, 2018
West Kelowna students win history award
Two Grade 11 students from Mount Boucherie Secondary School in West Kelowna were among the national ...
Thursday - 26th April, 2018
No shortage of volunteers, customers for pizza event
As he and fellow football player Nolan Ulm struggled to fold cardboard boxes, Kenny Clarke shouted o...
Wednesday - 25th April, 2018
Whether you believe it or not, wrestling a lot of fun to watch
Even those who approach wrestling with a skeptical eye are soon won over once the body slammin’ st...
Tuesday - 24th April, 2018
B.C., Hells Angels face off in court over clubhouses
The Hells Angels “are an extraordinarily sophisticated entity” fighting to preserve their brand ...
Monday - 23rd April, 2018
Rallying against animal research
The friendly and playful nature of a few canine participants underscored the serious purpose of a de...
Saturday - 21st April, 2018
Grade 4 pupil Addison Royal offers some guidance to her little buddy, kindergarten pupil Hudson Rosb...
Friday - 20th April, 2018
Kelowna Rockets to bid on 2020 Memorial Cup
The last time the Kelowna Rockets bid on the Memorial Cup, their real rivals turned out to be the ta...
Thursday - 19th April, 2018
Interest in fire fighting burns bright in 2 girls
Two Kelowna-area teenage girls are confident they can join the slender but growing ranks of female f...
Wednesday - 18th April, 2018
INCOMPARABLE OKANAGAN LIVING
With over 25 years of history, some of the most beautiful geography in the Okanagan, 700+ homes and ...
Tuesday - 17th April, 2018
Man beats child porn charges
A Vernon man accused of committing more than a dozen arsons in 2014 has been acquitted of child porn...
Monday - 16th April, 2018
Broncos player called a hero for saving lives with organ donations
LETHBRIDGE, Alta. — Humboldt Bronco defenceman Logan Boulet was called a hero and given a standing...
Saturday - 14th April, 2018
YOU SHOULD SEE THE TROPHY CASE
Grade 5 student Hannah May Ramis, 11, from Lumby is the B.C. Canada Spelling Bee champion. She’ll ...
Friday - 13th April, 2018
The low rumble of an idling team bus provided a melancholy soundtrack Thursday to a Kelowna memorial...
Thursday - 12th April, 2018
Weaving through collapsed wires, squeezing through tight spaces and getting down ladders as quickly ...
Tuesday - 10th April, 2018
City hall debates where to put pot shops
The idea of banning pot shops in some Kelowna business areas is creating division on city council.&a...
Monday - 9th April, 2018
Peter and the Wolf
The Okanagan Symphony Orchestra presented its annual family special, Saturday at the Kelowna Communi...
Saturday - 7th April, 2018
Knox Mtn. sliding away
A soppy slope of Knox Mountain could give way at any moment, prompting the City of Kelowna to extend...
Friday - 6th April, 2018
Kelowna ‘ideal’ for new care centre
Kelowna could be getting its own urgentcare centre in an effort to combat the local family doctor sh...
Thursday - 5th April, 2018
Conservatives focused on bigger picture
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer doesn’t have a definitive answer on why his party lost one of th...
Wednesday - 4th April, 2018
Leader lands amid numbers boost
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer was to kick off a B.C. tour with a speech in Kelowna late Tuesday....
Tuesday - 3rd April, 2018
Something funny going on here
It’s all funny business for the Kelowna Plaid Bandits. A Kelowna woman who spends her day...
Monday - 2nd April, 2018
Easter Sunday sunrise service delivers message of hope
The unchurched occasionally happen upon Kelowna’s Easter Sunday sunrise service and find their way...
Saturday - 31st March, 2018
Christians gather to celebrate salvation
ROME — Pope Francis presided over solemn Good Friday services at Rome’s Colosseum for the Via Cr...
Friday - 30th March, 2018
Kelowna doctor retires without a replacement
A longtime Kelowna doctor hung up his hat Thursday after almost 50 years of caring for patients in t...
Thursday - 29th March, 2018
West Kelowna estimates cost of tax at $16M
B.C.’s speculation tax will slow development in West Kelowna by 24 per cent, or $16 million, over ...
Wednesday - 28th March, 2018
Bottle-donor fine should be canned, says recycler
Dan Joyal had bags full of bottles and cans outside a recycling depot on Kirschner Road in Kelowna o...
Tuesday - 27th March, 2018
Changes to speculation tax fall short
Doug Findlater may be going back to Victoria. The mayor of West Kelowna says he’s prepare...
Monday - 26th March, 2018
EXPERIENCE OF MANY LIFETIMES
Spandy Andy — he says that’s his real name — is about peace, man. But Megaman, as portrayed by...
Saturday - 24th March, 2018
Fans of rock band Hedley stand by group in Kelowna
Hedley’s frontman suggested Friday that the group’s “indefinite hiatus” may not be permanent...
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