Alistair Waters

Hundreds of students show up at Okanagan College business expo and hiring fair

This year the expo drew 60 exhibitors for students to network with.

First private pot shop applications wending way through Kelowna city hall

Unknown number of proposals rejected, while others headed to location lotteries

Kelowna city council likes mixing residential units into industrial buildings

Proposal for city's North End would see four residential units on top floor of industrial building

Tory defence and security critics coming to Kelowna

Conservative MPs James Bezan and Leona Alleslev will hold a town hall meeting Feb. 11

Newest supportive housing project for Kelowna raising reaction similar to previous plans

B.C. Housing facing neighbourhood opposition to a planned 'harm reduction' project in Rutland

UBCO fails to have sexual assault case thrown out

Former student claims report about sexual assault by another student was not handled properly

Central Okanagan Regional District wants ride-hailing to be flexible

Regional board provides input to inquiry looking at introduction of ride-hailing in B.C.

Accelerate Okanagan CEO stepping down

Raghwa Gopal is leaving to head up InnovateBC

Federal funds for Central Okanagan Global Citizen Events

Ottawa gives Kelowna-based group $25,700

Kelowna city councillor to drivers who use HOV lane illegally – ‘get out’

Coun. Gail Given has blunt message for drivers of single-occupancy vehicles

Castanet reporter charged with violating court-ordered publication ban

Castanet's Nicholas Johansen accused of publishing banned information in court case

Kelowna’s newest supportive housing project opens

Heath House, on Highway 97 North in a renovated motel, will house 50 people

Kelowna transit contract negotiations underway

Both sides looking to avoid another strike following the two-week system shutdown in 2016

Kelowna councillor blasts province for ride-hailing delay

Coun Ryan Donn says he fears services like Uber and Lyft are still a year away in B.C.

Kelowna’s mayor rules out climate emergency declaration

Colin Basran says his council won't follow Vancouver's lead but is addressing climate change

More multi-family housing projects proposed for Kelowna

Projects in Rutland and the Mission areas of the city proposed

Newly announced supportive housing will allow drug use on-site

Ministry of Municipal Affairs confirms latest project will also be a harm reduction facility

Former Kelowna city manager downplays possible Costco move

Ron Mattiussi says if store leaves for Westside, another big box retailer will likely take the site

Former Kelowna city manager downplays possible Costco move

Ron Mattiussi says if store leaves for Westside, another big box retailer will likely take the site

Controversial supportive housing project gets green light from Kelowna city council

Land for 52-unit project on Agassiz Road rezoned after lengthy, packed public hearing