Barry Gerding

Okanagan homebuilders want tax burden lowered

Okanagan homebuilders want tax burden lowered

Local CHBA chapter offers priority options for 2019-20 provincial budget

Okanagan homebuilders want tax burden lowered
The select standing committee on provincial finance and government services held a public forum in Kelowna on Thursday to listen to public input about spending priorities for the 2019-20 provincial budget. Photo: Black Press/Barry Gerding

Climate change blamed for $1 billion annual B.C. property damage losses

Insurance Bureau calls for changes to revamp B.C. marketplace

The select standing committee on provincial finance and government services held a public forum in Kelowna on Thursday to listen to public input about spending priorities for the 2019-20 provincial budget. Photo: Black Press/Barry Gerding
Denise Horvath-Allan holds up newspaper article about the disappearance of her son Charles. Photo: Barry Gerding/Black Press

UPDATE: Revived inspiration in Kelowna cold case investigation

Denise Horvath-Allan still pursues answers to her son’s disappearance 30 years ago

Denise Horvath-Allan holds up newspaper article about the disappearance of her son Charles. Photo: Barry Gerding/Black Press
Darcy Bomford, founder and chief executive officer, of True Leaf Medicine. Photo: Vernon Morning Star files

B.C. company bullish on global cannabis pet product potential

True Leaf building cultivation facility in Lumby and developing global brand identity

Darcy Bomford, founder and chief executive officer, of True Leaf Medicine. Photo: Vernon Morning Star files
Guitarist Mike Wanchic (left) on stage performing with John Mellencamp. Photo: Contributed

John Mellencamp brings Canadian tour Nov. 10 to Kelowna

Long-time guitarist Mike Wanchic reflects on Mellencamp’s music legacy

Guitarist Mike Wanchic (left) on stage performing with John Mellencamp. Photo: Contributed
Okanagan Coyotes men’s basketball team member Jacob Dumas speaks at the kick-off event for the Okanagan College basketball program and participation in the Values Over Victory campaign. Photo: Barry Gerding/Black Press

OC Coyotes hoops squads focus on character building

Men’s and women’s teams sign on to support Values Over Victory campaign

Okanagan Coyotes men’s basketball team member Jacob Dumas speaks at the kick-off event for the Okanagan College basketball program and participation in the Values Over Victory campaign. Photo: Barry Gerding/Black Press
Barry Gerding/Black Press                                Maurizio Terrigno, founder of the Cannabis Chamber of Commerce, speaks at the Okanagan Cannabis Business Symposium held at the Delta Grand Conference Centre in Kelowna on Tuesday.

Tempering the Okanagan cannabis legalization ‘gold rush’

Retail selling of marijuana offers potential business opportunities and pitfalls

Barry Gerding/Black Press                                Maurizio Terrigno, founder of the Cannabis Chamber of Commerce, speaks at the Okanagan Cannabis Business Symposium held at the Delta Grand Conference Centre in Kelowna on Tuesday.
David Wong. Photo: Barry Gerding/Black Press

Chinese author tackles racism and reconciliation

David Wong says cultural diversity should not be feared

David Wong. Photo: Barry Gerding/Black Press
Watch out for Pavement Patty: Drivers warned outside B.C. elementary school

Watch out for Pavement Patty: Drivers warned outside B.C. elementary school

New survey reveals unsafe school zones during 2018 back-to-school week

Watch out for Pavement Patty: Drivers warned outside B.C. elementary school
B.C. Rural Party co-founder rebukes pro-NDP accusation

B.C. Rural Party co-founder rebukes pro-NDP accusation

Telkwa Mayor Darcy Repen disputes being NDP campaign supporter

B.C. Rural Party co-founder rebukes pro-NDP accusation

Canadian tobacco exec pushes back against vaping health concerns

A warning from Interior Health about the unknown health risks of vaping is getting a partial rebuke

Pelvic pain is one of the potential early symptoms of cervical cancer for women. Photo: Contributed

B.C. parents leery of HPV cervical cancer vaccine

Provincial registration uptake among lowest in Canada

Pelvic pain is one of the potential early symptoms of cervical cancer for women. Photo: Contributed
Kelowna-Lake Country Liberal MLA Norm Letnick. Photo: Capital News files

Liberal MLA questions B.C.’s new rural political party

Proportional representation may draw out more fringe political parties

Kelowna-Lake Country Liberal MLA Norm Letnick. Photo: Capital News files
E-cigarette health hazards remain unknown

E-cigarette health hazards remain unknown

Interior Health says vaping not safe alternative to cigarettes

E-cigarette health hazards remain unknown
Job opening signage has been a common sight around Kelowna this summer. Photo: Capital News files

No end in sight for B.C. labour shortfall: study

Retiring baby boomers causing demographic labour pool shift

Job opening signage has been a common sight around Kelowna this summer. Photo: Capital News files
Muriel, Shayne and Rhonda Jacobsen are joined by officials, community supporters and students from Okanagan College. Photo: Okanagan College

Jacobsen family donates $1 million to Okanagan College

Legacy gift to benefit Trades Training Complex at Kelowna campus

Muriel, Shayne and Rhonda Jacobsen are joined by officials, community supporters and students from Okanagan College. Photo: Okanagan College
Shelley Schreyer with her husband Cory Walsh. Photo: Contributed

Standing tall against Parkinson’s disease

Kelowna resident Shelley Schreyer adopts positive attitude to counter symptoms

Shelley Schreyer with her husband Cory Walsh. Photo: Contributed
Kayaking in the North Okanagan. Photo: Contributed

Okanagan tourists undeterred by smoke

Diverse array of tourist experiences paying dividends

Kayaking in the North Okanagan. Photo: Contributed
Bree Cawley. Photo: Contributed

Okanagan club milestone for girls with disabilities

Vernon-based GIRLS CLUB celebrates one-year anniversary

Bree Cawley. Photo: Contributed
The B.C. division of the Canadian Mental Health Association has set up a telehealth program, called Talk in Tough Times, to help adults and teens who are suffering from mild to moderate depression, stress or anxiety as a result of the province’s worst wildfire season on record. Photo: Contributed

Fire season takes mental toll on Okanagan residents

CMHA suggests some mental health coping mechanisms

The B.C. division of the Canadian Mental Health Association has set up a telehealth program, called Talk in Tough Times, to help adults and teens who are suffering from mild to moderate depression, stress or anxiety as a result of the province’s worst wildfire season on record. Photo: Contributed