Barry Gerding

School board challenges French Immersion expansion on Westside

Central Okanagan trustees cool to idea of Mount Boucherie Secondary absorbing Westside FI students now attending an overcrowded KSS

Israel: A lesson in water management innovation for the Okanagan

Rethinking ideas on managing the Okanagan water conservation strategies

Kelowna councillor to continue as RDCO board chair

Carol Given to serve 7th consecutive term as head of Regional District of Central Okanagan

Motorcycle noise violations upsetting to Kelowna resident

Kelowna RCMP called out for lack of enforcement

Respecting Indigenous water sustainability ethics in the Okanagan

The Community Water Forum was held via Zoom on Nov. 5

Kelowna parents push for new Glenmore high school

School district invites solutions to overcrowding at École Kelowna Secondary School

In record numbers, Central Okanagan parents were turning to remote learning for their kids this school year. (File photo)

COVID-19 fuels Central Okanagan remote learning expansion

Enrolment for K-9 in eSchool program climbs from 40-50 to 700

In record numbers, Central Okanagan parents were turning to remote learning for their kids this school year. (File photo)
Online sales are beginning to alter the traditional sales practices for real estate developments. (Contributed)

Embracing digital sales tactics in Okanagan housing market

Real estate industry's resistance to online sales can't last

Online sales are beginning to alter the traditional sales practices for real estate developments. (Contributed)
Kalamalka Lake which connects Lake Country to Vernon and feeds into Okanagan Lake. (File photo)

Response sought to Okanagan Lake level management shortfalls

Water board adds support to Peachland council's call to change how lake level is managed

Kalamalka Lake which connects Lake Country to Vernon and feeds into Okanagan Lake. (File photo)
Mara Lake is one of the significant water resources across the Okanagan-Shuswap region that will fall under increasing sustainability pressure as the anticipated population growth for the region continues in this century. (File photo)

Okanagan Valley water supply sustainability reaching a critical point: Global expert

Global expert says Okanagan Basin Water Board offers sustainable path forward

Mara Lake is one of the significant water resources across the Okanagan-Shuswap region that will fall under increasing sustainability pressure as the anticipated population growth for the region continues in this century. (File photo)
École de l’Anse-au-sable had to shut its doors until Nov. 4 after health officials declared a COVID-19 outbreak in the school. (Contributed)

Pandemic safety in Central Okanagan schools starts in the community

COVID-19 school outbreaks last week result of positive test cases rising in B.C.

École de l’Anse-au-sable had to shut its doors until Nov. 4 after health officials declared a COVID-19 outbreak in the school. (Contributed)
Rutland Middle School in Kelowna. (File photo)

Replacing Rutland Middle School still a priority: Central Okanagan School District

Further delay to replace aging middle school disappoints Rutland Middle School parent advisory committee

Rutland Middle School in Kelowna. (File photo)
Central Okanagan Public Schools is making a bid to secure a total of $18 million in funding to provide new child care facilities at six Kelowna and West Kelowna public school sites. (Contributed)

Seeking to expand Kelowna, West Kelowna child care resources

Central Okanagan Public Schools to apply for $18 million in provincial funding to build new child care facilities at six school sites

Central Okanagan Public Schools is making a bid to secure a total of $18 million in funding to provide new child care facilities at six Kelowna and West Kelowna public school sites. (Contributed)
Kelowna Mountain 2014, Instagram.

COLUMN: Kelowna Mountain vision seeks a rebirth

Barry Gerding discusses the possibility of Kelowna Mountain returning

Kelowna Mountain 2014, Instagram.
Efforts to replace the aging Rutland Middle School have been put off by another year by the ministry of education. (File photo)

Education ministry won’t replace Central Okanagan school anytime soon

New Westside Secondary top priority for ministry of education

Efforts to replace the aging Rutland Middle School have been put off by another year by the ministry of education. (File photo)
Efforts to replace the aging Rutland Middle School have been put off by another year by the ministry of education. (File photo)

Education ministry won’t replace Rutland Middle School anytime soon

New Westside Secondary top priority for ministry of education

Efforts to replace the aging Rutland Middle School have been put off by another year by the ministry of education. (File photo)
New workshops hosted by UBC Okanagan seek to open world of possibilities for girls by pursuing an engineering post-secondary education. (Contributed)

UBC Okanagan to host series of all-girls workshops

Career options for high school students in engineering explored

New workshops hosted by UBC Okanagan seek to open world of possibilities for girls by pursuing an engineering post-secondary education. (Contributed)
Central Okanagan Public Schools administration office in Kelowna. (File photo)

Central Okanagan teachers watching for changes in education funding

COVID impact may further delay funding changes first suggested in 2018

Central Okanagan Public Schools administration office in Kelowna. (File photo)
COVID-19 has brought about changes in how Kelowna transit buses are allowed to operate. (File photo)

Central Okanagan transit rider passed over by her bus

Kelowna senior says COVID-inspired passenger limits can be frustrating

COVID-19 has brought about changes in how Kelowna transit buses are allowed to operate. (File photo)
COVID-19 has brought about changes in how Kelowna transit buses are allowed to operate. (File photo)

Kelowna transit rider passed over by her bus

Kelowna senior says COVID-inspired passenger limits can be frustrating

COVID-19 has brought about changes in how Kelowna transit buses are allowed to operate. (File photo)