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As we prepare for the middle of summer long weekend, consider offering your guests some local fare, cooked and served al fresco.
A Calona Vineyards wine made by Sandy Leier has received a Lieutenant Governor's award for excellence—the only local wine this year.
Beware of urban deer who become reluctant to be 'Shooed' out of your garden.
Celebrate B.C. Beef Day by supporting our neighbourhood farmers and purchasing B.C. beef.
As we prepare to celebrate Canada Parks Day Saturday, let's take stock of our Okanagan parks, and give thanks for them.
As part of a streamlining of operations for economic reasons, fruit growers make changes to the plant breeding rights organization they own.
The first tree fruits of summer are ripe and ready for eating, so dig in and enjoy cherries in every meal of the day.
Celebrate National Fishing Week by taking a kid fishing at any one of a hundred spots around the Okanagan.
The Bal family is diversifying on its Highway 33 orchard property, opening a fruit stand/market and cafe on the farm.
It's true that fruits and vegetables are among our most important foods, but they don't all need to be imported from elsewhere.
Now that summer holidays are here, there are all kinds of summer activities outdoors for the family to get involved in.
Canada Day fireworks in Kelowna attract watchers on land and on Okanagan Lake.
Peace River region MLA Pat Pimm says he's excited about taking on the agriculture portfolio.
From deluges of rain, the weather is forecast to clear up and give us possibly record-breaking heat over the long weekend.
Okanagan orchardists are trying to wrap their minds around another new pest that could be devastating to apple trees.
Knox Mountain Park has received $200,000 in federal and City of Kelowna funds to restore the eroding Apex Trail.
It's only $50 for the course, but it's a $250 each time you're caught operating a boat with a motor and no operator's licence in Canada.
Due to the sudden rise in flow and level of Mission Creek, the popular Mission Creek Greenway's second phase has been closed.
Celebrate the official arrival of summer by going fishing or hiking or sailing, but get outside in the Okanagan and enjoy yourself.
Heavy rains have caused local flooding as creek levels swell to dangerous highs and Okanagan Lake's level rises.