Business

Plantitude offers ‘stargazer bubble’ dining experience

The 10 foot by seven foot bubbles can seat up to six people

  • Mar 3, 2021

Dog poop pickup business opens in Salmon Arm

Canine feces, goose poop, Poo Worx offers a variety of services

Slackwater’s female brewmasters are “Making Waves” with their latest beer release

Making Waves is available across B.C. on March 8 in honour of International Women's Day

  • Mar 3, 2021

Judge rejects taking lawyers out of minor ICBC injury cases

David Eby vows battle against 'personal injury industry'

Penticton female brewmasters are “Making Waves” with their latest beer release

Making Waves is available across B.C. on March 8 in honour of International Women's Day

  • Mar 3, 2021

Grant delays force Penticton to redirect funds for emergency creek repairs

Council approved redirecting $150K to do repairs before the spring melt

  • Mar 2, 2021

Vancouver Island’s Shelter Point Distillery wins gold for single malt

Business won nine medals at recent Canadian Whisky Awards virtual ceremony

  • Mar 2, 2021

Tourism, small business getting COVID-19 help, B.C. minister says

$300M grant program has delivered $50 million so far

Penticton council ups construction costs

Council approved an interim increase of 25 per cent to all of the city's development cost charges

  • Mar 2, 2021

Directive based on ‘buttergate’ claims could cost dairy farmers, say experts

Animal science experts say there's no feed supplement that's as efficient or economical as palmitic acid

  • Mar 1, 2021

Summer is sweet at Sugar Lake (and winter’s pretty cool, too!)

Year-round memories await at your lakeside Okanagan cabin

  • Mar 1, 2021

COVID-19 confirmed at Tofino Resort and Marina

Resort apologizes to Hesquiaht First Nation for Valentine's Day boating incident.

Millennial homebuyers benefiting from pandemic pricing

Mortgage rates at lowest in decades, helping people enter the market

  • Mar 1, 2021

COVID-19 confirmed at Tofino Resort and Marina

Resort apologizes to Hesquiaht First Nation for Valentine's Day boating incident.

  • Mar 1, 2021

B.C. extends COVID-19 rent freeze again, to the end of 2021

'Renoviction' rules tightened, rent capped to inflation in 2022

City opts out of public hearing for lounge addition at Salmon Arm winery

Marionette Winery expanding licence area to host small gatherings

Salmon Arm council supports lounge addition at Shuswap winery

Marionette Winery expanding licence area to host small gatherings

  • Mar 1, 2021

Making connections: Salmon Arm business owner re-energized by free local program

Applications being accepted for Business Recovery and Expansion Program

BC Ambulance unit chief a leader for women in the industry

Catharina Goossen works in Kelowna

  • Feb 28, 2021