$1.75 billion spent on Site C so far

BC Hydro details risks of delay with $60 million a month being spent

Woodfibre LNG gets 40-year export licence

Squamish project highlights BC Greens’ opposition

New downtown Kelowna hotel unveiled


    High Road: Coffee and chocolate


      New casino opens its doors


        Western News partners with 2018 Scotties Tournament of Hearts

        Curling Canada announced the Penticton Western News as a Media Partner

        • Jun 2nd, 2017

        Local breweries win national awards

        Craft brewers in the Okanagan win at Canadian Brewing Awards

        • Jun 2nd, 2017

        Cherry Lane moving Urban Dollar to expand food court

        Three new restaurant spots are part of wider renovations in the food court area

        MONEY MONITOR: Investing vs. paying down a mortgage

        One financial planning expert says low interest rates give Canadians enough reason to not pay debt

        Spring release party in Okanagan Falls

        Great food, great views and a new release of wines are the menu in Okanagan Falls

        • May 19th, 2017

        CoWork hosts learning session with Google partner

        Next learning session at CoWork Penticton hosted by Google partner and SEO specialist Stephen Noton

        • May 11th, 2017

        U.S. lumber retaliation ‘irresponsible,’ NDP leader John Horgan says

        Christy Clark threatens carbon levy on U.S. thermal coal exports

        Christy Clark vows heavy levy on U.S., Alberta, Saskatchewan coal

        $70 carbon levy would make thermal coal exports non-viable

        New ownership at Apex Mountain Resort

        Apex Mountain Resorts Partnership Ltd. has purchased all the outstanding shares of the resort

        • May 2nd, 2017

        High Road: Coffee, chocolate, local, oh my

        A Kelowna chocolatier and coffee roaster are rejuvenating a forgotten block of Kelowna

        This isn’t your childhood apple juice

        SunRype has unleashed its new ‘premium craft cider’

        UPDATE: Province will buy lumber to protect mills: Clark

        20% duties on mills across Canada, United Steelworkers protest 'direct attack' on Canadian softwood industry

        Mining on rebound, minister moves on

        Combative MLA Bill Bennett takes a few parting shots as he heads back to private sector to 'make some money'

        Clark seeks Trudeau’s help for forest industry

        'We need action' to protect B.C. communities from Donald Trump's border taxes, Premier Christy Clark says