Barry Gerding

Okanagan club milestone for girls with disabilities

Vernon-based GIRLS CLUB celebrates one-year anniversary

Okanagan club milestone for girls with disabilities

Vernon-based GIRLS CLUB celebrates one-year anniversary

Fire season takes mental toll on Okanagan residents

CMHA suggests some mental health coping mechanisms

Clock is ticking on resurgence of First Nation languages

B.C. Indigenous language diversity unique in Canada

Lightning ignites 21 new fires across Kamloops Fire Centre

Fifteen of those fires sparked within Okanagan Valley

New scholarships for UBC grad students

Province kicks in $6 million for post-graduate studies support

Further mediated talks scheduled in casino strike

Gateway and BCGEU schedule talks for July 20-22

Protect your property from wildfires

Start of fire season brings out lots of advice

Arson suspected in series of Okanagan wildfires

RCMP task force investigation believes 29 wildfires intentionally set

Columbia River Treaty renegotiation will impact Okanagan

Proposing changes to negative environment consequences of original treaty

Nurse practitioners reach out to students

School clinics offer access for health services

Keep your pets safe while driving

ICBC and SPCA join forces on pet safety awareness initiative

B.C.’s top cop is all business

Deputy commissioner brings CEO investment/return attitude to her job

Countering the doubts about cohousing lifestyle

Cohousing project architect advocates communal lifestyle in Okanagan

Social media addiction having deadly results among youth

Kelowna website owner says excessive social media reliance is causing a surge in suicide rates.

Reaching out to Okanagan homeless veterans

VETS Canada creating network across Okanagan Valley

Penticton forum on freshwater fishing regulation changes

Biennial meeting opened up to the public for first time

B.C. flood risk continues to diminish

But wildfire season already heating up in Southern Interior

Trans Mountain pipeline: Is it worth the risk?

Concerns range from the threat of an oil spill to the impact of tanker traffic on wildlife

B.C.’s devastating 2017 wildfire season revisited in new book

British Columbia Burning written by CBC journalist Bethany Lindsay