The fire dispatch centre for the Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen received the following calls:
Parents eager to find out more about School District 67’s finances will get their first chance to do so Tuesday.
Ride-hailing is coming to the Okanagan, but it will not be with Uber or Lyft.
The Okanagan Symphony Orchestra (OSO) is celebrating 60 years of music making in the valley. As we geared up to perform our Diamond Anniversary Concert this weekend, I sat down with the OSO’s longest-standing member who joined the orchestra in 1976.
Penticton residents in the Evergreen Drive area are advised not to panic if they see smoke in the next couple of months.
Ben Cougny and Joe Kandola kept TC Auto on course to capture the Bad Tattoo Brewery Masters Indoor Soccer League regular season title.
The Summerland Steam followed up a dramatic win with a heartbreaking loss in KIJHL action on the weekend.
The Penticton Vees clinched a ninth straight Interior Division pennant by virtue of getting a point after their game with the West Kelowna Warriors was tied after 60 minutes.
Tickets for the 2020 BDO Canadian Sport School Hockey League (CSSHL) championships March 5-15 in Penticton are now on sale.
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HALIFAX - Former Guantanamo Bay detainee Omar Khadr has made a rare public speaking appearance in Halifax.
VANCOUVER - Opponents of a natural gas pipeline in northwestern British Columbia say they believe protests across the country are sparking a growing awareness of Indigenous rights that will lead to long-term change.
BEIJING - China's daily death toll from new virus has topped 100 for first time, with more than 1,000 total deaths recorded, the health ministry announced Tuesday, as the spread of the contagion shows little sign of abating while exacting an ever-rising cost.
MONTREAL - The Montreal Impact and midfielder Ignacio Piatti have agreed to terminate his Major League Soccer contract, allowing the Argentine to sign with his former club.
VANCOUVER - There are many things Daniel and Henrik Sedin miss about playing hockey, but the Swedish twins who will be remembered as two of the best players in Vancouver Canuck history have no regrets over their decision to retire from the NHL.
ROTTERDAM, Netherlands - Canada's Denis Shapovalov is out of the ABN AMRO tennis tournament after losing his opening match Monday.
If Tim Hortons is trying to reclaim its Canadian identity, why then are they using “You Make My Dreams,” by Daryl Hall and John Oates in their present advertising campaign?
Millions of pets across the earth can have a significant environmental impact. Taking steps to be an eco-friendly pet owner can have a considerable effect.
About 300 teachers from across B.C. will be meeting in Richmond this weekend at the B.C. Teachers’ Federation’s (BCTF) winter representative assembly, with their collective hopes high that a new contract can be hammered out through mediated bargaining.
NEW YORK - It was all about drama at Carolina Herrera's show Monday with signature oversized bows, sweeping gowns with long trains and bright pops of colour contrasted with optic whites and jet blacks.
NEW YORK - The Oscars closed the awards season in style, with statement necklaces and classic gowns, traditional tuxedos and some young rule-breakers.
TORONTO - Companies wary of what an infectious outbreak could do to their workforce and bottom line are revisiting contingency plans as the new coronavirus continues to spread.