Barry Gerding

Millennials don’t deserve ‘lazy’ label, says author

Author says millennial generation will be harbingers of change

Okanagan can learn from Washington’s wine industry growth

Winery owner cites importance of industry collaboration

UBCO civil engineer touts cohousing option

Gord Lovegrove says cohousing is sustainable social and economic lifestyle

B.C. Flood and Wildfire Review forum set for Kelowna

Public asked to give input at March 21 forum, 2 to 8 p.m., at Coast Capri Hotel

Feature Friday: Keeping Central Okanagan schools safe in a new era

Safety threats posed to students and staff at Central Okanagan schools are rare events.

Okanagan water board hosts free movie night

Screening of A River Film documentary one of local Canada Water Week events

Unionized school support staff take financial hit

Ten-month employees lose money on two-week spring break

Preparing for weather events in Okanagan communities

2017 flooding a lesson in climate change unpredictability

School board rejects Westside grade reconfiguration delay

Grade adjustments to proceed in September 2018

Advocate says universal child care long overdue in B.C.

Lynell Anderson says $1 billion child care investment positive first step

Economic outlook projects stable growth for B.C.

But economist says new NDP housing taxes pose concern

Ministry review: No way to prevent 2017 spring flooding

Report cites need for better forecasting models and snowpack data collection

Okanagan wine industry lacks climate change plan

More research needed to assess Okanagan warming trend

Rain barrels help conserve water

Central Okanagan residents can buy a rain barrel April 22 at Earth Day sale

Tightening the defense against invasive mussels

Potential added scrutiny for Okanagan boating events

Canine has a nose for detecting infectious C. difficile

Angus, an English springer spaniel, displays hospital sniffing talents to IH staff

Update: West Kelowna parents look to delay grade reconfiguration

Parents argue due process was not followed in school board decision

Kelowna winery employee an inspiration for customer service

Bram Bolwijn, with Mission Hill winery, wins best customer service award for B.C. tourism industry

Tourism minister unveils new marketing campaign

Province to spend $150,000 to promote wine and food tourism

Tourism offers chance to preserve Indigenous culture

Job opportunities reconnect Aboriginal youth to their cultural heritage