If you think we've had less snowfall in the Central Okanagan this winter compared to previous years, roadways operations manager for the City of Kelowna Andrew Schwerdtfeger agrees with you.
Conservative commentator Andrew Lawton is set to release a biography of Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre, while political journalist Paul Wells has written a book about Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's time in power.
The NDP minister in charge of B.C.’s planning for FIFA World Cup 26 is not ready to release the estimated cost because she said officials were surprised when FIFA scheduled seven matches at BC Place Stadium.
Former senior executives of Twitter are suing Elon Musk and X Corp., saying they are entitled to a total of more than $128 million in unpaid severance payments.
A murder trial moved from Vernon to Kelowna got underway at the Kelowna courthouse Monday, with prosecutors trying to show the accused Lynda Saundry was unhappy with the man she lived with, the deceased Barry Jones.
School District 67 has provided an update on a cyber security incident last month, confirming to district community members that personal information of students may have been accessed, specifically limited to recent years.
West Vancouver resident and chartered professional accountant Anthony Kevin Jackson has reached a settlement with the B.C. Securities Commission, more than five years after he and dozens of purported consultants were issued a hearing notice for alleged misconduct in the capital markets.
The murder trial of Kelowna man accused of killing his housemate opened Monday.