FortisBC LNG site exports first shipment of gas to China

The shipment is part of a pilot project that could see more exports in the future.

Cost to fix Phoenix pay system to surpass $540 million: auditor general

Michael Ferguson’s review hints the entire system should be scrapped

Ride-share pioneer drives up quietly to B.C. battleground

Lyft approaches B.C. without Uber bombast, eyes small towns

PayPal ordered to disclose business accounts to Canada Revenue Agency

Online payments company has 45 days to hand over information identifying its account holders

Bank of Canada cautious of future rate hikes

The Bank of Canada remains cautious on future rate hikes due to low- inflation risk

Antoine elected chair of TOTA

Cultural coordinator for Quaaout Lodge takes helm of tourism association

  • Nov 15th, 2017
New downtown Kelowna hotel unveiled
    High Road: Coffee and chocolate
      New casino opens its doors

        Site C dam benefits undersold, consultant says

        Union group hires former Columbia Power CEO to study project

        Ban moves ahead in B.C. against same real estate agent for buyer and seller

        New real estate consumer protection rules to take effect in March

        U.S. lumber dispute drives B.C.’s latest trade effort in Asia

        Largest forest industry group ever arrives in Shanghai

        Opening day approaching for Baldy Mountain Resort

        First Chair Festival will be held Dec. 8-10 at the resort near Oliver

        NDP matches B.C. Liberal tax cut promise

        Small business income tax relief retroactive to last spring

        Sensory-friendly shopping hour for children with autism at Toys’R’Us stores

        Toys ‘R’ Us Canada to host second sensory-friendly shopping hour Nov. 12 at stores across the country

        Shoppers Optimum to merge with PC Plus

        Loblaws to combine both in PC Optimum

        Invasive mussel warnings unheeded

        Okanagan Basin Water Board worried about complacency

        CN to hire 600 people in Western Canada

        After laying off 1,000 employees over past two years, Canada’s largest rail company on hiring spree

        Okanagan Shuswap housing sales cooling off

        Regional sales for October six per cent off 2016, says Kelowna report

        Energy issues face NDP leaders John Horgan, Jagmeet Singh

        Alberta and B.C. are at odds on pipeline, electricity needs

        Amazon to add 1,000 tech jobs by 2020 with new office in Vancouver

        The online retail giant has snatched up 50,000 square-feet of office space, to open in two years.

        UPDATE: Decision time for John Horgan on Site C dam

        Energy Minister Michelle Mungall says delaying it is off the table