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If the issues of conservation of habitat for fish and wildlife concern you then you'd better take this chance to ask candidates questions.
U.S. boat inspection trainer warns B.C. to be strict and proactive in preventing the spread of invasive mussels to the valley.
Despite a couple of freezing nights, local growers don't expect there'll be much orchard damage.
Celebrate the 19th annual Spring Okanagan Wine Festival by trying some new dishes that use wine.
The 19th annual Spring Okanagan Wine Festival starts Thursday and wineries around the valley are gearing up to welcome visitors.
The three Casorso sisters sell a portion of theie farm land adjacent to Mission Creek so it can be used for greenway and restoration.
Tourism, the environment, recreation and education all benefit from a multi-million project to restore the lower reaches of Mission Creek.
Two house fires at the same time in the early hours of the morning kept Kelowna fire crews hopping overnight.
Slow Food enthusiasts savour a feast of nibblies at a heritage organic farm in Lake Country during national convention.
As warmer spring weather encourages the first grapevine buds to swell and vintners release the latest vintage,spring winefest begins.
Natural systems can easily be destroyed, but trying to fix them once we've destroyed them is far more costly than preventing damage.
Forecasts are for more than the average amount of snow to run into Okanagan Lake this year, but more from the east than west side.
There are lots of ways to celebrate Earth Day Monday, and you can start on the weekend instead of waiting!
Water professionals from throughout Western Canada will converge on Kelowna in the coming week to learn the latest in the industry.
Instead of a provincial cherry council with mandatory fees, growers have restructured their association, due to opposition to the idea.
Few realize that a sensitive wetland and major trails from Myra Bellevue Provincial Park cross a piece of private property within the park.
Join food writers from across the country at a workshop later this month.
A small ravine in Glenmore slated to become park has been cleared to prevent fire, but neighbours are not impressed with how it was done
A fall of vehicle-sized rocks onto a trestle bridge in historic Myra Canyon has closed the Trans Canada Trail through there near Kelowna.
As part of an international wildfire conference in Kelowna this week, you are invited to learn how best to prevent damage from wildfire.