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More than $800,000 given to B.C. artists at BreakOut West
The announcement was made in Kelowna Saturday
University opens 2 new innovation hubs in B.C.
New hub located in the city’s Innovation Centre
Little variety in THC levels with different cannabis strains, says new study
Kelowna - The research shows most strains, regardless of their name, had the same amount of THC.
Two killed in separate Okanagan crashes
The crash happened in the early hours of Sunday morning
B.C. pharmacists hope to be part of local fight to curb opioid crisis
Pharmacists want to stem the number of overdose deaths
Crews hold wildfire near Okanagan Falls
A Fire west of the town closed the highway last night
Women underrepresented in research journals, says UBC prof
Kelowna - Associate professor Miranda Hart said she is tired of seeing men on every page
Threat prompts evacuation of B.C. retirement home
The investigation into the alleged threat in Kelowna remains active and ongoing at this time.
UPDATE: Kelowna’s crying judge refuses to pull herself from case
Judge Monica McParland won’t pull herself off of case.
Are you Canada’s next Masterchef?
Home cooks looking to follow their cuisine dreams can apply now.
UBC study focuses on reducing the fear of being too happy
The study proves people are able to control their own happiness
Eat like a pirate on Aug. 15
White Spot’s annual Pirate Pak Day charity fundraiser returns for a ninth straight year
Update: Highway 5 closed in northbound lane near Merritt
The vehicle incident took place Aug. 2
Surrey man charged in West Kelowna murder of woman
Tejwant Danjou’s case to Aug. 2 and a bail hearing will be set in the near future.
VIDEO: SUV bursts into flames in B.C. mall parking lot
No one was injured during the incident in Kelowna, but an adjacent car was also scorched
Ping-pong balls of fire dropped to merge two B.C. wildfires
The merger is considered successful by BC Wildfire Services
UBC ‘breakthrough discovery’ will change treatment for COPD patients
By 2020, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is expected to be the third leading cause of death worldwide.
B.C. business suits up Nicolas Cage
Nicolas Cage made a surprise appearance at a local business
Interior and Northern Health Authorities have highest suicide rates in B.C.
The Coroners Service released a report June 12 classifying suicide deaths
Snow predicted for B.C. Highway
Kelowna - Environment Canada has issued a weather warning for snow on the Okanagan Connector