Alistair Waters

Greyhound changes include reduced service in Okanagan

B.C. Passenger Board approves bus line's plan to cut routes and reduce service across B.C.

Successful program marrying arts and business groups in Kelowna comes to an end

But city officials say knowledge learned from artsVest program will continue to help local groups

Kelowna chamber doesn’t like new payroll health tax

New tax will help government make up loss of revenue from elimination of MSP premiums

Kelowna council approves 33-storey downtown hotel tower

Overwhelming support for what would be the tallest building in the city Tuesday at council meeting

Kelowna council approves large temporary farm worker housing plan

One of the area's largest cherry growers will house 140 temporary farm workers on Shanks Road farm

Kelowna pensioners call for changes to pension laws

Group meets with Kelowna-Lake Country MP and asks for his support

Waters: When will the U.S. act on gun control?

How many more people have to die to prompt politicians to act?

Kelowna to provide information about South Perimeter Road plan

A public information meeting will be held Feb. 28 about controversial approval method being used

Mayor defends work to improve Rutland Centennial Park

Colin Basran says with work done and more to do, park is already nicer than it was

Suggestions sought for Kelowna bike share program

City council approves deal for 18-month bike share pilot program

Lake Country couple to be recognized with heritage award

James, Anita Baker will receive the Central Okanagan Heritage Society's Distinguished Service Award

MLA-elect waiting to be seated

Kelowna West MLA-elect Ben Stewart won't be sworn in in time for tomorrow's B.C. budget

Suspect in West Kelowna home break-ins apprehended

Police say 31-year-old West Kelowna man is in custody and is also wanted on Canada-wide warrants

Interior Health CEO to retire in October

Chris Mazurkewich will step down after three years leading IH

No federal grant, no problem when it comes to Rutland Centennial Park

The City of Kelowna plans to proceed on its own with redevelopment of the popular park

West Kelowna wants public input on farm worker housing

Survey launched to gauge reaction to proposed changes to the rules

Waters: Liberal win in Kelowna West a foregone conclusion

Numbers once again show riding to be a B.C. Liberal 'safe' seat

West Kelowna tax hike decreased

Council using money from growth to lower 2018 tax increase to 2.18 per cent

B.C. Liberal confident heading into Kelowna West byelection

Former MLA Ben Stewart hopes to win back the riding he gave up in 2013

Green candidate feeling positive and confident

Robert Stupka says Kelowna West voters are looking for a "change in leadership"