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Top Stories for November 22, 2022

Snowfall warning in effect for: Coquihalla Highway - Hope to Merritt

Snowfall warning in effect for: Coquihalla Highway - Hope to Merritt

Southern Interior 11:41 am - 55,835 views

Heavy snow is in the forecast for parts of B.C.'s Southern Interior. Environment Canada has issued a snowfall warning for the Coquihalla Highway - Hope to...

Appelt Properties chastised by city council for its idea of attainable housing

Appelt Properties chastised by city council for its idea of attainable housing

Kelowna 4:00 am - 42,216 views

The developer of the former RCMP site on Doyle Avenue will have to go back to the drawing board if they wish to obtain a development permit for their 25-storey...

Pair of work friends win lottery in Kelowna

Pair of work friends win lottery in Kelowna

Kelowna 10:20 am - 35,376 views

A life-changing lottery ticket was purchased in downtown Kelowna. BCLC says it was more than caffeine that caused two co-workers to perk up after a decision to...

Man casually clung onto back of transport truck for more than 25 blocks before fall on Highway 97

Man casually clung onto back of transport truck for more than 25 blocks before fall on Highway 97

Vernon 12:11 pm - 33,067 views

A highway daredevil's spill on Highway 97 followed a hair-raising ride through Vernon on Monday. After video of the "bumper hitcher's" ride on...

'Monster': Alberta man who killed woman, toddler sentenced to life in prison

'Monster': Alberta man who killed woman, toddler sentenced to life in prison

Calgary 4:50 pm - 23,196 views

The father of a woman who was killed along with her 16-month-old son says he battles with nightmares and will forever be haunted by the image of their lives...

CBSA employee involved in fatal Prince Rupert shooting

CBSA employee involved in fatal Prince Rupert shooting

Prince Rupert 2:32 pm - 19,312 views

A Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA) employee is believed to have killed a Prince Rupert woman before shooting himself Monday morning. Police were called to...

Should provinces use the notwithstanding clause to end labour disputes?

Should provinces use the notwithstanding clause to end labour disputes?

Poll 7:30 pm - 18,140 views

British Columbia's new premier won enthusiastic approval from delegates to a BC Federation of Labour convention in Vancouver while taking a pointed jab at...

West Kelowna jewelry company invited to participate in Paris Fashion Week

West Kelowna jewelry company invited to participate in Paris Fashion Week

West Kelowna 4:00 am - 16,869 views

It is a big honour for a little business that operates out of a home studio in West Kelowna. Carolily Finery has been invited to show their jewelry during Paris...

Retired school teacher jailed for repeatedly driving while prohibited

Retired school teacher jailed for repeatedly driving while prohibited

Kamloops 4:00 am - 16,577 views

A Kamloops retiree who admittedly didn’t know much about the consequences of driving while prohibited learned a “terrible lesson” last week,...

Police: 4 dead at pot farm were 'executed,' Chinese citizens

Police: 4 dead at pot farm were 'executed,' Chinese citizens

Oklahoma 2:20 pm - 15,873 views

Police have identified a suspect in the weekend slayings of four people at an Oklahoma marijuana farm but said Tuesday they aren’t releasing a name...

Development proposal seeks to add two commercial buildings to Train Station heritage site

Development proposal seeks to add two commercial buildings to Train Station heritage site

Kelowna 11:12 am - 15,623 views

Owners of the Train Station heritage site in Kelowna's north end are hoping to expand its commercial footprint. They are seeking both a Heritage...

Kelowna Yacht Club employee wins national award

Kelowna Yacht Club employee wins national award

Kelowna 7:00 pm - 15,486 views

An employee of the Kelowna Yacht Club is getting national recognition for capturing an award with the Club Management Association of Canada. Nicole Kiatipis was...

Crash blocking southbound lanes of Highway 97 in West Kelowna.

Crash blocking southbound lanes of Highway 97 in West Kelowna.

West Kelowna 10:33 am - 15,374 views

A crash has slowed southbound traffic on Highway 97 in West Kelowna. A transport truck appears to be blocking at least two lanes of the highway near Elk Road....

H2O pool reopens following annual maintenance

H2O pool reopens following annual maintenance

Kelowna 4:00 am - 15,141 views

The pool is open again at the H2O Adventure + Fitness Centre, after it was closed for annual maintenance. “We have missed the hustle and bustle of our...

Amber Heard insists insurer must cover $8.3m she owes Johnny Depp

Amber Heard insists insurer must cover $8.3m she owes Johnny Depp

Entertainment 6:24 pm - 14,656 views

Amber Heard insists her insurer has to cover the $8.3 million she owes Johnny Depp after being found liable in their libel trial. The ‘Aquaman’...

Tears and fond memories shared by paramedic who unknowingly treated daughter in crash

Tears and fond memories shared by paramedic who unknowingly treated daughter in crash

Airdrie 12:52 pm - 14,606 views

An Alberta paramedic who unknowingly treated her own daughter after a fatal crash last week brushed away tears as she remembered a beautiful girl who fought...

Proposed definition of prohibited assault-style firearm draws Conservative ire

Proposed definition of prohibited assault-style firearm draws Conservative ire

Ottawa 3:19 pm - 13,184 views

Members of the House of Commons public safety committee have begun a clause-by-clause review of the Liberal government's gun-control bill. Among the early...

Search of Okanagan Lake in Vernon failed to find evidence of missing Kelowna man

Search of Okanagan Lake in Vernon failed to find evidence of missing Kelowna man

Vernon 3:46 pm - 12,718 views

Vernon RCMP say a search of Okanagan Lake off the Tronson Road boat launch did not locate a missing Kelowna man. Vernon Search and Rescue combed the waters...

Prince Rupert shooter dies of self-inflicted injuries: RCMP

Prince Rupert shooter dies of self-inflicted injuries: RCMP

Prince Rupert 7:22 am - 12,636 views

RCMP in Prince Rupert say a man has died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, hours after shooting and killing a woman in the North Coast city. A statement from...

Government chasing COVID-19 overpayments

Government chasing COVID-19 overpayments

Victoria 4:29 pm - 12,513 views

The B.C. government is trying to claw back $10.5 million in COVID-19 relief payments, according to a report issued Tuesday by the province’s Auditor...

Kelo Cannabis making once-daily cannabis deliveries to Big White Mountain area

Kelo Cannabis making once-daily cannabis deliveries to Big White Mountain area

Sponsored Content 12:01 pm - 12,441 views

It’s no fun when you spend a day on the slopes at Big White Mountain and are looking forward to relaxing after shredding the champagne powder—only...

Vernon RCMP bust four impaired drivers Saturday and Sunday

Vernon RCMP bust four impaired drivers Saturday and Sunday

Vernon 3:30 pm - 12,390 views

Vernon RCMP pulled four drunk drivers off the road in a single shift over the weekend. About 11 p.m. Saturday, officers stopped a vehicle near the intersection...

Harrison Ford to be de-aged in Indiana Jones 5

Harrison Ford to be de-aged in Indiana Jones 5

Entertainment 10:32 am - 11,707 views

Harrison Ford will be de-aged in 'Indiana Jones 5'. The 80-year-old star is reprising his role as the protagonist for the final time in the upcoming...

Canadian MPs unanimously condemn FIFA threat to punish World Cup players for armbands

Canadian MPs unanimously condemn FIFA threat to punish World Cup players for armbands

Ottawa 4:46 pm - 11,646 views

Canadian members of Parliament passed a unanimous motion Tuesday condemning FIFA's decision to threaten on-field punishment if soccer players in the World...

Taylor Swift ticket trouble could drive political engagement

Taylor Swift ticket trouble could drive political engagement

Business 7:32 am - 11,555 views

Some of Taylor Swift’s fans want you to know three things: They’re not still 16, they have careers and resources and, right now, they’re...

Vancouver radio appearance helps Coquitlam RCMP return lost IKEA money

Vancouver radio appearance helps Coquitlam RCMP return lost IKEA money

Coquitlam 11:31 am - 11,203 views

Pantelis Sarris has his money back. More than two months after he lost a large amount of cash at IKEA in Coquitlam, RCMP determined he was the rightful owner...

Syilx Cannabis Coalition wants freedom from Feds

Syilx Cannabis Coalition wants freedom from Feds

Vernon 4:00 am - 10,990 views

The Syilx Cannabis Coalition will be asking the federal government for "autonomy" when it comes to the production, distribution and sale of cannabis...

Duchess of Sussex fears women are ‘vilified’ and slut-shamed for exploring sexuality

Duchess of Sussex fears women are ‘vilified’ and slut-shamed for exploring sexuality

Entertainment 12:16 pm - 10,854 views

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex fears women are “vilified” and slut-shamed for exploring their sexuality. The mum-of-two also revealed on the latest...

BC Tree Fruit growers force meeting over Lake Country plant closure

BC Tree Fruit growers force meeting over Lake Country plant closure

West Kelowna 10:00 am - 10,716 views

The BC Tree Fruits Cooperative board of directors and CEO are meeting with orchardists at a special general meeting Tuesday at the Peachland Communty Centre....

Kamloops prosecutors still deciding on murder retrial for Gerald Klassen

Kamloops prosecutors still deciding on murder retrial for Gerald Klassen

Kamloops 4:00 am - 10,415 views

A man who spent over two decades in prison for a murder he may not have committed will have to wait at least three more weeks to learn if he will be tried...

Former Penticton man awaiting sentence for possession of child pornography

Former Penticton man awaiting sentence for possession of child pornography

Penticton 5:24 pm - 10,210 views

A former Penticton man will soon learn his fate for possession of child porn. Trenton C.J. Adams appeared in Penticton Supreme Court Tuesday, having pleaded...

BC Fire/Rescue group reminding public to call 911 and help if they can when coming across vehicle crash scenes

BC Fire/Rescue group reminding public to call 911 and help if they can when coming across vehicle crash scenes

Kootenay/Boundary 11:38 am - 9,615 views

A crash this weekend in Kootenay-Boundary has local fire and rescue crews reminding the public to do what they can to help when they come across a lone vehicle...

Get your Christmas tree delivered this year

Get your Christmas tree delivered this year

Kelowna 5:00 pm - 9,518 views

Three students at UBC Okanagan have come up with a festive way to help offset rising tuition costs. Door-to-door Christmas tree deliveries. Kameron Monfared,...

Convoy lawyer Brendan Miller ejected from Emergencies Act inquiry over interruptions

Convoy lawyer Brendan Miller ejected from Emergencies Act inquiry over interruptions

Ottawa 9:36 am - 9,512 views

A lawyer representing organizers of the Freedom Convoy has been ejected from the public inquiry into the federal government's use of the Emergencies Act,...

Revelstoke collision cleared after Trans-Canada Highway closure

Revelstoke collision cleared after Trans-Canada Highway closure

Revelstoke 10:05 am - 8,898 views

UPDATE: 10:05 a.m. DriveBC report the incident that closed Highway 1 in Revelstoke has now been cleared. ORIGINAL: 9:15 a.m. A collision has closed the...

'Your guy has really screwed the pooch': Kenney told feds over Coutts blockade

'Your guy has really screwed the pooch': Kenney told feds over Coutts blockade

Ottawa 1:57 pm - 8,824 views

Former Alberta premier Jason Kenney accused the federal government of leaving provinces "holding the bag" to clear "Freedom Convoy"...

Jay Leno discharged from burn unit, ‘looking forward to Thanksgiving’

Jay Leno discharged from burn unit, ‘looking forward to Thanksgiving’

Entertainment 7:44 am - 8,521 views

Jay Leno has been discharged from a burns unit and is looking forward to spending U.S. Thanksgiving with his loved ones. The former ‘Tonight Show’...

Cristiano Ronaldo dumped by Manchester United

Cristiano Ronaldo dumped by Manchester United

Sports 10:50 am - 8,491 views

Cristiano Ronaldo has been dumped by Manchester United. The 37-year-old Portugal forward’s £500,000-a-week contract is to be ended with...

Penticton man charged in bear spray assault during vehicle break in

Penticton man charged in bear spray assault during vehicle break in

Penticton 6:42 am - 8,268 views

A Penticton man well known for mischief on the streets has been charged in a bear spray incident. Charges have been approved after the man, Levi Jo Kamps,...

Over 300 residents without power in Ellison

Over 300 residents without power in Ellison

Ellison 3:04 pm - 8,192 views

UPDATE 3:04 p.m. Power has been restored in Ellison. ORIGINAL 1:30 p.m. A total of 319 customers are without power in Ellison Tuesday afternoon. FortisBC says...

Supreme Court OKs handover of Trump tax returns to Congress

Supreme Court OKs handover of Trump tax returns to Congress

Washington 11:39 am - 8,073 views

The Supreme Court on Tuesday cleared the way for the imminent handover of former President Donald Trump's tax returns to a congressional committee after a...

Drink one beer per day in December with Bad Tattoo's beer advent calendar

Drink one beer per day in December with Bad Tattoo's beer advent calendar

Sponsored Content 12:01 am - 7,889 views

The holiday season is quickly approaching, so you know what that means. It’s time to drink beer. Bad Tattoo Brewing Company is back again with its third...

Big White opens more lifts, runs as Environment Canada calls for more snow

Big White opens more lifts, runs as Environment Canada calls for more snow

Kelowna 12:00 pm - 7,863 views

Big White and Okanagan skiing enthusiasts are rejoicing at the news of more snow coming our way. Big White announced Tuesday morning that after receiving 15 cm...

Shot 10 times: Lawyers say Mounties acted in self-defence in deadly Alberta shooting

Shot 10 times: Lawyers say Mounties acted in self-defence in deadly Alberta shooting

Alberta 6:51 am - 7,397 views

Two Alberta Mounties accused of manslaughter acted in self-defence when they shot a man in a pickup truck 10 times, defence lawyers told a jury Monday. Const....

Hundreds of fans report World Cup ticket woes for 2nd day

Hundreds of fans report World Cup ticket woes for 2nd day

Qatar 7:12 am - 7,266 views

DOHA, Qatar (AP) — Handwritten paper tickets were given to some fans to enter a World Cup game on Tuesday as hundreds more in Qatar struggled to retrieve...

Calgary police officer charged with assault after woman injured during arrest

Calgary police officer charged with assault after woman injured during arrest

Calgary 4:26 pm - 6,967 views

A police officer in Calgary has been charged with assault causing bodily harm while he was on duty. Calgary police say in a statement that the charge is related...

Break-in spree targeting Oliver businesses continues

Break-in spree targeting Oliver businesses continues

Oliver 10:11 am - 6,914 views

Oliver RCMP are continuing to investigate an ongoing wave of break-and-enter incidents targeting local businesses. Three more took place this past week, after...

Famed 'Goonies' house for sale in coastal Astoria, Oregon

Famed 'Goonies' house for sale in coastal Astoria, Oregon

Portland 10:12 am - 6,891 views

Good news for fans of “The Goonies:” the old Victorian home featured in the film is on sale in Astoria, Oregon, and potential buyers are considering...

Driver, 64, charged after Ontario school bus drags child stuck in doors

Driver, 64, charged after Ontario school bus drags child stuck in doors

Ontario 6:33 am - 6,857 views

Ontario Provincial Police say a person has been charged with careless driving after a school bus drove a short distance with a child caught in its doors. OPP...

Lumby man Cole Derry undergoes kidney transplant surgery in Vancouver

Lumby man Cole Derry undergoes kidney transplant surgery in Vancouver

Lumby 11:31 am - 6,796 views

A Lumby man has been given a second chance at life after successful kidney transplant surgery in Vancouver. Cole Derry underwent surgery Monday at Vancouver...

Dead whales continue to wash up on B.C. beaches

Dead whales continue to wash up on B.C. beaches

Haida Gwaii 10:03 am - 6,605 views

Just days after multiple whales washed up dead on shore in British Columbia, another large mammal has turned up deceased. The latest dead whale was discovered...

Colorado shooting suspect changed name as teenager in Texas

Colorado shooting suspect changed name as teenager in Texas

Colorado 4:27 pm - 6,599 views

The suspect in the fatal shooting of five people at a Colorado gay nightclub changed his name more than six years ago as a teenager, after filing a legal...

Annual Rutland Winter Light Up is back this Sunday

Annual Rutland Winter Light Up is back this Sunday

Kelowna 4:00 am - 6,474 views

Get in the holiday spirit with the Rutland Winter Light Up. The annual light up is taking place this Sunday, November 27 from 12 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Rutland...

Russia's Gazprom threatens Europe gas cuts through Ukraine

Russia's Gazprom threatens Europe gas cuts through Ukraine

Russia 11:18 am - 6,467 views

Russian energy giant Gazprom has threatened to reduce natural gas supplies through the last pipeline heading to Europe via Ukraine, saying the amount it's...

Driver fined after striking cyclist on Galloping Goose crossing

Driver fined after striking cyclist on Galloping Goose crossing

Victoria 3:36 pm - 6,196 views

A cyclist riding on the Galloping Goose Regional Trail was struck by a vehicle while crossing Tillicum Road and taken to hospital Tuesday morning. The cyclist...

Road speed limits are not just suggestions

Road speed limits are not just suggestions

Behind the Wheel 4:00 am - 5,985 views

A reader asks: "If the posted speed limits on our roadways are not just suggestions, why are they not enforced? If we are permitted to drive above the...

Hard-working Colombian beetles clean garbage, retire as pets

Hard-working Colombian beetles clean garbage, retire as pets

Colombia 11:04 am - 5,881 views

Three yellow-and-black beetles clung to the shirt of Germán Viasus Tibamoso, a Colombian environmental engineer who uses beetle larvae to transform food...

Competition watchdog pushes back on concerns Shaw has about its business

Competition watchdog pushes back on concerns Shaw has about its business

Ottawa 1:45 pm - 5,190 views

Counsel for the Competition Bureau tried to build the case Tuesday that Shaw Communications Inc. is not in as troubled a position as the company has made it...

B.C. premier wins labour praise for poking Ontario, rejecting notwithstanding clause

B.C. premier wins labour praise for poking Ontario, rejecting notwithstanding clause

Vancouver 12:17 pm - 5,065 views

British Columbia's new premier won enthusiastic approval from delegates to a BC Federation of Labour convention in Vancouver while taking a pointed jab at...

Opposition demands audits of B.C. housing providers as Eby lays out more home plans

Opposition demands audits of B.C. housing providers as Eby lays out more home plans

Victoria 1:43 pm - 4,691 views

British Columbia's Opposition Liberals are calling for independent audits of two social housing providers as Premier David Eby marks his first days in...

Kamloops RCMP looking for witnesses after North Shore vehicle fire

Kamloops RCMP looking for witnesses after North Shore vehicle fire

Kamloops 2:35 pm - 4,628 views

Kamloops Mounties are investigating after a suspicious vehicle fire happened on the North Shore on Monday night. In a news release, Kamloops RCMP Cpl. Crystal...

Vancouver city council to vote on motion allocating funding for more police, nurses

Vancouver city council to vote on motion allocating funding for more police, nurses

Vancouver 7:04 am - 4,580 views

Vancouver city council is expected to vote on a motion today launching a flagship promise by the city's new mayor to hire more police and mental health...

King Charles III welcomes S. African leader for state visit

King Charles III welcomes S. African leader for state visit

London 11:24 am - 4,480 views

King Charles III welcomed South African President Cyril Ramaphosa to London on Tuesday for the first state visit of his reign, which will include a formal...

Biden to extend student loan pause as court battle drags on

Biden to extend student loan pause as court battle drags on

Washington 12:55 pm - 4,324 views

President Joe Biden announced Tuesday that his administration will extend the pause on federal student loan payments while the White House fights a legal battle...

Survey finds Vancouver among best cities for Gen Z, minus 'affordability' and 'nightlife'

Survey finds Vancouver among best cities for Gen Z, minus 'affordability' and 'nightlife'

Vancouver Island 9:45 am - 4,311 views

When it comes to the best city in the world for Gen Z, where does Vancouver rank? According to a recent report based on statistics and 22 different categories,...

B.C. government 'doing everything' it can to stop spread of bird flu, minister says

B.C. government 'doing everything' it can to stop spread of bird flu, minister says

Victoria 2:21 pm - 4,206 views

Farmers in British Columbia's Fraser Valley are facing "intense disease pressure," with an avian flu outbreak in commercial farms that the...

$800 downtown Penticton shopping spree up for grabs

$800 downtown Penticton shopping spree up for grabs

Penticton 7:00 pm - 3,973 views

Supporting local never felt so good! The Downtown Penticton Business Improvement Association is excited to announce the popular 24 Days of Christmas Contest is...

Pilot project at Canada-U.S. border crossing offers hope for stalled Nexus program

Pilot project at Canada-U.S. border crossing offers hope for stalled Nexus program

Canada 9:30 am - 3,971 views

There's a glimmer of hope in the ongoing impasse between Canada and the United States over the Nexus fast-traveller program. The Canada Border Services...

Nordic Cup volunteer shortage jeopardizes Vernon event's success

Nordic Cup volunteer shortage jeopardizes Vernon event's success

Vernon 6:00 pm - 3,735 views

Vernon's Sovereign Lake Nordic Centre is in desperate need of volunteers for an international event that starts next week. The FIS Nordic Cup/US SuperTour...

City of Kamloops says new traffic signal to be activated at Summit Drive and Hwy 1 on-ramp

City of Kamloops says new traffic signal to be activated at Summit Drive and Hwy 1 on-ramp

Kamloops 9:00 am - 3,442 views

The City of Kamloops says a new traffic signal will soon be activated along Summit Drive, with unique crosswalks at the intersection to help connect parts of...

Case managers warn veterans' lives at stake as Ottawa presses ahead on rehab contract

Case managers warn veterans' lives at stake as Ottawa presses ahead on rehab contract

Canada 6:35 am - 3,440 views

Case managers at Veterans Affairs Canada are warning that lives could be at stake as the government presses ahead with plans to change the way physical and...

Government rushing through important housing legislation

MLA Minute 11:00 am - 3,348 views

By the time you read this, B.C.’s newly sworn-in premier David Eby will have introduced two new housing bills, with one week left in the (legislative)...

TRU receives highest rating for sustainability efforts

TRU receives highest rating for sustainability efforts

Kamloops 4:00 am - 3,240 views

Thompson Rivers University has been recognized for its sustainability achievements, becoming one of six universities worldwide to have twice received a platinum...

Niagara area residents asked to search for space rocks after meteorite crash

Niagara area residents asked to search for space rocks after meteorite crash

Niagara 1:42 pm - 3,100 views

Residents in Ontario's Niagara region are being asked to keep an eye out for pieces of a meteorite that crashed down in the area this weekend. The...

Indonesian rescuers search through rubble of quake; 268 dead

Indonesian rescuers search through rubble of quake; 268 dead

Indonesia 7:08 am - 3,001 views

Indonesian rescuers used jackhammers, circular saws and sometimes their bare hands Tuesday to shift the rubble of flattened buildings as they searched for the...

Jury begins deliberating in Oath Keepers sedition trial

Jury begins deliberating in Oath Keepers sedition trial

Washington, DC 9:27 am - 2,902 views

Jurors began deliberating Tuesday in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot case accusing Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes and four of his extremist group associates of a...

Homicide rate increases for second year in a row in British Columbia

Homicide rate increases for second year in a row in British Columbia

BC 10:01 am - 2,892 views

British Columbia's homicide rate spiked again, according to new data released by Statistics Canada Monday. B.C. recorded 125 homicides in 2021, 25 more...

Nigeria drills for oil in new field as theft erodes earnings

Nigeria drills for oil in new field as theft erodes earnings

Nigeria 11:01 am - 2,846 views

Nigeria on Tuesday began drilling oil and natural gas in the country’s northern region, anticipating a boost to the nation's finances even as the new...

Downtown Vernon Association has funds to add more security cameras

Downtown Vernon Association has funds to add more security cameras

Vernon 4:00 am - 2,826 views

The Downtown Vernon Association is hoping more members will take advantage of grant money available for installation of security cameras. Executive director...

Canada meets Belgium in 1st World Cup match since 1986

Canada meets Belgium in 1st World Cup match since 1986

World Cup 9:56 am - 2,748 views

DOHA, Qatar (AP) — Many Canadian soccer fans have been waiting for this moment their entire lives. Long an afterthought behind hockey in their home country,...

Manitoba man who rammed truck into Rideau Hall approved for day parole

Manitoba man who rammed truck into Rideau Hall approved for day parole

Ottawa 1:32 pm - 2,691 views

A Manitoba man who armed himself and rammed a gate at Rideau Hall to confront Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been granted day parole. The Parole Board of...

Kal Rotary open to grant applications from non-profits; Dream Auction raises $155,000

Kal Rotary open to grant applications from non-profits; Dream Auction raises $155,000

Vernon 4:00 am - 2,307 views

Over $155,000 in grant money is up for grabs, thanks to the success of the 38th annual Kalamalka Rotary Dream Auction. “The success of the Dream Auction...

The Mustard Seed Kamloops to operate extreme weather response shelter in North Shore church

The Mustard Seed Kamloops to operate extreme weather response shelter in North Shore church

Kamloops 12:00 pm - 2,206 views

The Mustard Seed Kamloops says it will be operating an extreme weather response shelter out of Kamloops Alliance Church, which will open on an emergency basis...

Toys for Tots to Teens holiday campaign underway in Penticton: Here's how to help

Toys for Tots to Teens holiday campaign underway in Penticton: Here's how to help

Penticton 4:00 am - 2,193 views

No kid or teen in Penticton deserves to go without a present this holiday season, and the annual Toys for Tots to Teens drive is aiming to make sure none of...

Penticton Vees to add NHLer Duncan Keith and former radio voice Al Formo to Ring of Honour

Penticton Vees to add NHLer Duncan Keith and former radio voice Al Formo to Ring of Honour

Penticton 4:00 am - 2,084 views

The Penticton Vees game on Wednesday will have a special addition, with the induction of two notable names into the organization's Ring of Honour. Duncan...

Osoyoos/Penticton route adds more trips for holiday shopping season

Osoyoos/Penticton route adds more trips for holiday shopping season

Penticton/Osoyoos 2:50 pm - 1,846 views

With the holiday season approaching, the Osoyoos-Penticton BC Transit route has announced additional service in December. Starting Dec. 2, Route 40, which...

Registration still open for Penticton Santa Claus parade floats

Registration still open for Penticton Santa Claus parade floats

Penticton 6:00 pm - 1,817 views

There are still a few more days to get involved in the triumphant return of the Penticton Santa Claus Parade. Applications are open now for businesses and...

Okanagan Rhythmic Gymnastics presents 25th anniversary Christmas production

Okanagan Rhythmic Gymnastics presents 25th anniversary Christmas production

Vernon 11:00 am - 1,630 views

Vernon Olympian Camille Martens' Okanagan Rhythmic Gymnastics is teaming up for a Christmas production to celebrate the group's 25th anniversary. ORG...

City of Kamloops hosting workshops to continue Cultural Strategic Plan development

City of Kamloops hosting workshops to continue Cultural Strategic Plan development

Kamloops 6:00 pm - 1,557 views

The City of Kamloops is inviting residents to join a series of workshops kicking off the next phase of development for the city’s Cultural Strategic Plan....

Mabel Lake water shutdown to affect homes on three streets

Mabel Lake water shutdown to affect homes on three streets

Mabel Lake 10:28 am - 1,304 views

Some Mabel Lake residents will be without water for two days this week. Mabel Lake Water Utility says customers on Parkway Road, Parkway Place, and Enderby...

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