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Icewine lovers gather at Grizzli for first annual festival

The festival also celebrated the Lunar New Year

Okanagan team leads animal rescue efforts in Australia

Brad Pattison’s team arrived in Sydney on Monday

UBCO students raise funds for those affected by Philippine volcano eruption

All proceeds will be donated to the Philippine Red Cross

Okanagan College art exhibit raises awareness around consent

The project has been to Vernon and will go to Penticton, Salmon Arm

Winter blues are real and understandable

CMHA Kelowna says if symptoms get serious, get professional help

VIDEO: Cold snap brings ideal conditions for Okanagan icewine

Take an inside look at how icewine is made

Older Canadians highlighted in Kelowna film project to fight ageism

The project is part of a campaign to combat ageism

UBCO and Elizabeth Fry host panel to discuss structural change for sexual assault survivors

The panel follows backlash against RCMP which deemed 40% of sexual assault cases as “unfounded”

UBCO and Elizabeth Fry host panel to discuss structural change for sexual assault survivors

The panel follows backlash against RCMP which deemed 40% of sexual assault cases as “unfounded”

UPDATE: Lockdown lifted at West Kelowna school

The lockdown lasted between 11:25 a.m. and 12:25 p.m. on Tuesday.

Not enough shelters for the homeless as temperatures drop

Cold snap drives those sheltering outside indoors

VIDEO: Kelowna animal rescue team headed to fire-ravaged Australia to help wildlife

Brad Pattison is bringing a team of five from B.C., Alberta and Ontario

Youth filmmakers showcase senior stars in “Seniors Got Talent” series

The series includes ten documentary films

Fitness memberships spike in January

Getting fit isn’t just a resolution but a lifestyle, fitness instructor says

Kelowna residents make New Years resolutions

Some want to keep it simple, others dream big

B.C. trio hopes to revolutionize tree planting industry

Flash Forest aims to plant a billion trees by 2028

‘I’m so angry I can’t even cry right now’ Candlelight vigil held for Kelowna man who died at homeless camp

Shane Bourdin, a father of three, died at a temporary homeless camp earlier this week

Kelowna man starts petition to bring peaches back to Peachland

The petition now has 165 signatures

Candlelight vigil organized for father of two who died at Kelowna homeless camp

A vigil will be held for Shane Bourdin at the Recreation Avenue site at 7:30 p.m. tonight

Police asking for help to identify child luring suspect in West Kelowna

West Kelowna RCMP have a composite sketch of the suspect