• Kelowna's Army Reserve looking for recruits - Kelowna Capital News

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    Kelowna's Army Reserve looking for recruits
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    With equipment displays and a target practice simulation, the public was invited Saturday to participate in Kelowna's Canadian Army Reserve open house. It was part of a cross-Canada series as reserve units across the country look to bolster their numbers.and more »
  • New construction in Kelowna strictly for rentals - Globalnews.ca

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    New construction in Kelowna strictly for rentals
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    A new development is going up across from Gyro Beach in Kelowna. The building will house retail space as well as 103 residential rental units. “Our investment theses is to hold our assets for the long term,” Greg Appelt, CEO or RISE Developments said.
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  • Hot air balloon floats over Kelowna airport runway - Kelowna Capital News

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    Hot air balloon floats over Kelowna airport runway
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    A hot air balloon made an unplanned and unexpected appearance at the Kelowna International Airport on Wednesday. Kelowna City Councillor Ryan Donn caught the festive-looking balloon on camera and commented that it seemed awfully close to ...and more »
  • National Caesar Day has arrived - Kelowna Capital News

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    National Caesar Day has arrived
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    It's National Caesar Day and to mark the occasion, I have scoured Instagram to put together the ultimate list of the best Caesar's in Kelowna, worthy of the 'gram. First let me tell you a little bit about the Canadian classic cocktail so that you can ...and more »
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  • Your Kelowna – Sarah Beebe - Kelowna Capital News

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    Your Kelowna – Sarah Beebe
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    The Kelowna Capital News is looking to hear more from our community members and is interested in finding out what they love about Kelowna. We are profiling different residents for our community section, by asking them to answer a list of questions ...
  • Torrid start to season for United U16 boys - Kelowna Capital News

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    Torrid start to season for United U16 boys
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    This summer, Otto Lohn's Kelowna United U16 boys will carry Canada's colours at a major competition overseas. Based on United's start to the 2018 season, the Kelowna boys will be most worthy representatives for their country. KU ran its Thompson ...
  • Nitro Circus rolls into Kelowna - Globalnews.ca

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    Nitro Circus rolls into Kelowna
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    Organizers are promising death-defying tricks and absurd stunts when the Nitro Circus rolls into Kelowna next week. Story continues below. The show takes place at Kelowna's Apple Bowl May 25. Click here for tickets. Nitro Circus is the brainchild of ...
  • Kelowna's paddle trail set to open - Kelowna Capital News

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    Kelowna's paddle trail set to open
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    Lots of people like to paddle their canoes and kayaks on Okanagan Lake. Now they have a 27-kilometre paddle “trail” on the water to follow, stretching from Bertram Creek Park and McKinley Beach. The trail, which will officially open May 19, consists of ...
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  • UBCO personal belonings cart hits the streets - Kelowna Capital News

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    UBCO personal belonings cart hits the streets
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    It is not your everyday test drive. The first-ever personal belongings carrier, specifically designed for homeless people, is ready to roll onto Kelowna sidewalks. What started as an idea from people experiencing homelessness and members of the Metro ...
  • Summer Slam throws down with words - Kelowna Capital News

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    Summer Slam throws down with words
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    By Matthew Abrey. Poetry and wrestling are two things that most people usually don't associate with one another, but on May 17, these two vastly different worlds will collide at the Inspired Word Café's 'Summer Slam'. The Laurel Packinghouse will play ...
  • International flavour at annual Kelowna tourney - Kelowna Capital News

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    International flavour at annual Kelowna tourney
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    Some of the world's top fastball players will be on display this weekend at Kelowna's King's Stadium. Beginning Friday night, the Kelowna Major Men's Fastball Association is hosting the annual May Days International Men's Fastpitch Tournament. National ...
  • West Kelowna man found guilty in violent rape case - Vernon Morning Star

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    West Kelowna man found guilty in violent rape case
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    A West Kelowna man was found guilty Wednesday of violently raping a woman who visited his house after bar hours two years ago. Jeremy Czechowski kept his eyes to the floor, fidgeting and rocking back and forth, as B.C. Supreme Court Justice Kenneth ...
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  • Kelowna woman nabbed in Oliver with stolen possession - Oliver Chronicle

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    Kelowna woman nabbed in Oliver with stolen possession
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    A Kelowna woman allegedly in possession of stolen property was arrested in Oliver early Monday morning. The 21-year-old female was stopped while walking in a residential area and questioned, said Sgt. Blaine Gervais of the Oliver RCMP. She provided a ...
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  • Kelowna seeking input on future of its 'Health District' - Kelowna Capital News

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    Kelowna seeking input on future of its 'Health District'
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    The City of Kelowna is inviting residents who live in the area around Kelowna General Hospital to get involved in guiding the long-term growth of what city hall calls its Health District. With the hospital area parking strategy now complete, and the ...and more »
  • Kelowna paddlers make waves on Skaha Lake - Kelowna Capital News

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    Kelowna paddlers make waves on Skaha Lake
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    Members of the Kelowna Paddle Centre made their presence felt at the 20th edition of the Duel in the Desert. Local paddlers won three events and finished second in two other races Saturday on Penticton's Skaha Lake. In the women's ultralight event ...
  • FEATURE WEDNESDAY: Changing the character of Kelowna neighbourhoods - Kelowna Capital News

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    FEATURE WEDNESDAY: Changing the character of Kelowna neighbourhoods
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    Glen Westbrook recently tore down the home he owned for 20 years in a downtown Kelowna neighbourhood and started building four others in its place. He is, like dozens of property owners throughout Kelowna, capitalizing on an infill housing program that ...
  • Quality advisory issued for Kelowna water system - Kelowna Capital News

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    Quality advisory issued for Kelowna water system
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    A water quality advisory has been issued for all customers of the City of Kelowna's water utility, with the exception of customers serviced by the Swick Road intake. The advisory alerts residents there is a “modest” health risk associated with ...
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  • We are live! The Kelowna Women's Shelter auction is now open - KelownaNow

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    We are live! The Kelowna Women's Shelter auction is now open
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    Join us as we kick off the Kelowna Women's Shelter auction! From May 16th, 2018, at 11 a.m. until June 6th, 2018, at 7 p.m. you have the opportunity to bid on fabulous products and services from locally based companies. Bid on a variety of beautiful ...
  • History Channel set to air Bud Empire filmed in Kelowna - Globalnews.ca

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    History Channel set to air Bud Empire filmed in Kelowna
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    The Okanagan Valley in all its splendor is highlighted in a History Channel docu-series starring Bob Kay of Kelowna — operator of one of the first compassion clubs in the nation. Kay said the reality type show will put the Okanagan on the marijuana map.
  • Pushing for electoral reform - Castanet.net

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    Pushing for electoral reform
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    About a dozen people took to the pedestrian overpass near the Parkinson Rec Centre Saturday with a big sign, to spread awareness about the upcoming provincial referendum on electoral reform. The members of Fair Vote Kelowna, an arm of Fair Vote Canada ...and more »
  • Top 5 places to take your dog in Kelowna - Kelowna Capital News - Kelowna Capital News

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    Top 5 places to take your dog in Kelowna - Kelowna Capital News
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    Looking for places to take your furry friend this weekend? Enjoy the sunshine and these dog-friendly places in Kelowna. 1. Need inspiration while you go to the gym? Look no further than the dog park off of Hartman Road in Rutland next to the Kelowna ...
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  • COSAR makes Kelowna Law Day debut - Lake Country Calendar - Lake Country Calendar

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    COSAR makes Kelowna Law Day debut - Lake Country Calendar
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    While Girl Guides were arrested Saturday on the lawn of the Kelowna Law Courts, the Central Okanagan Search and Rescue team were on scene explaining how they fit into the legal system. It was all part of Law Day, a national event celebrating the ...and more »
  • Kelowna woman runs to beat hunger - Kelowna Capital News - Kelowna Capital News

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    Kelowna woman runs to beat hunger - Kelowna Capital News
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    Teri Kanner is running to beat hunger this June. Kanner is running in the third annual Hungry Hungry Half Marathon in support of the Central Okanagan Community Food Bank, June 2. “Each and every day, our hungry community must find the strength and ...and more »
  • Relocating transfer station - West Kelowna News - Castanet.net - Castanet.net

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    Relocating transfer station - West Kelowna News - Castanet.net
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    The City of West Kelowna will ask the regional district for some guidance in finding a new home for its regional transfer station.and more »
  • Kelowna's heading into a 'warming and drying trend' - KelownaNow

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    Kelowna's heading into a 'warming and drying trend'
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    If you're looking to get outside this weekend, today's clouds should decrease, bringing even more sun for tomorrow. Last night's showers are drying up, sending Kelowna into a drying trend that's going to continue into next week, according to ...
  • Immigrant finds Kelowna job market challenging - Kelowna Capital ... - Kelowna Capital News

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    For Pearl Sanasen, immigrating to Canada was a long-term goal, one that she and her husband Alex, worked at for thirteen years before making it a reality. They sought educational opportunities and skills training, they scrimped and saved and they both ...and more »
  • Floating parade to open new Kelowna Paddle Trail - InfoTel News Ltd

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    Floating parade to open new Kelowna Paddle Trail
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    KELOWNA – The City of Kelowna will hold a water parade next month to celebrate the opening of the 27-kilometre Kelowna Paddle Trail. Between McKinley Beach and Bertram Creek Park, 22 buoys have been installed, with maps to nearby beach accesses and ...and more »
  • Kelowna social housing project revised - Kelowna Capital News

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    Kelowna social housing project revised
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    Changes have been made to a proposed 46-unit supportive housing project on Commerce Avenue in Kelowna. The initial application by BC Housing to build the temporary facility, operated by the John Howard Society, to provide affordable housing and support ...
  • Surprising plea deal in Kelowna gangster slaying - Globalnews.ca

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    Surprising plea deal in Kelowna gangster slaying
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    In a surprising twist, a new development means a lengthy trial could be wrapping up very soon. The trial for three men accused of murdering Jonathon Bacon in downtown Kelowna seven years ago has been going on for nearly a year and was expected to ...
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  • Kelowna looks to connect Rutland neighbourhood with rail trail - Globalnews.ca

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    Kelowna looks to connect Rutland neighbourhood with rail trail
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    The City of Kelowna is looking to connect more of its active transportation network to the nearly completed rail trail. Public input is being sought on a solution to get Rutland residents over Highway 97 and Mill Creek to the corridor. Routing options ...

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