May 2012 Archives
Thursday May 31, 2012
Third year kinesiology student Lauren Ray was part of that expedition, but unfortunately, she had to leave Mount Everest early -- and in quite a hurry.
She's back home now in Nelson, which is where Daybreak host Chris Walker reached her by Skype.
Wednesday May 30, 2012
When Gray was first elected in the 1990s, he was denounced by the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal after he insisted he should not be forced to sign a city proclamation for Lesbian and Gay Pride -- taking issue with the word "pride."
From that point forward, he refused to issue any city proclamations for any groups.
Fifteen years later, it's a whole different story. The mayor has signed a city proclamation declaring August 12 to 19th Pride week in Kelowna.
Walter Gray explains his change of heart, to Daybreak host Chris Walker.
Wednesday May 30, 2012
He spoke Tuesday on Daybreak about aboriginal title and rights and what exactly the Supreme Court of Canada is saying on the issue.
Mr. Cummins made a number of assertions in that interview, including the suggestion that treaty negotiations should start with the assumption that aboriginal title doesn't exist.
To get another view on what he said we have reached Doug McArthur, a professor of Public Policy and Aboriginal Policy at Simon Fraser University.
He's been involved in land claims negotiations, and is a former Deputy Minister of Aboriginal Affairs in B.C.
He told Daybreak host Chris Walker Cummins would cause chaos in B.C. if he were elected premier.
Tuesday May 29, 2012
No elected council members.
The province can now create a "mountain resort municipality" with zero population.
Recent changes to the Local Government Act allow the province to incorporate an uninhabited area and appoint a mayor and council.
Under the old act, mountain resort municipalities had to have a resident base.
The changes alarm Invermere Mayor Gerry Taft, who says creating a municipality without a population is ridiculous and designed to avoid the public process on land use zoning for developments like Jumbo Glacier Resort.
Daybreak host Chris Walker spoke to Gerry Taft, and brings his questions to Minister of Community, Sports and Cultural Development, Ida Chong.
Tuesday May 29, 2012
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Monday May 28, 2012
The places where smokers can legally light up have shrunk in recent years.
There are smoking bans in restaurants and bars, beaches and parks and around the entrances to most public buildings.
Now, the Heart and Stroke Foundation and the Lung Association of B.C. are pushing for even tighter bylaws.
A letter outlining their suggestions for a Smoke-Free Outdoor Public Places bylaw is before Kelowna city council, and will be discussed by municipalities across B.C. in the coming months.
Scott McDonald is the President and CEO of the Lung Association of B.C., and explained what changes they have in mind to Daybreak host Chris Walker.
Monday May 28, 2012
Thompson Rivers University students are not happy.
This coming September they face a two per cent increase in tuition and ancillary fees, and parking fees will double from three to six dollars a day.
Dustin McIntyre, president of the Thompson Rivers University Student Union says tuition fees have increased by about 200 per cent over the past decade, and believes the university hasn't done a good enough job in exploring other revenue sources compared to other B.C. universities.
Daybreak host Chris Walker spoke with Dustin McIntyre, as well as the university's Vice President of Advancement, Chris Seguin.
Friday May 25, 2012
But imagine if your house had 250 truckloads of stuff, and what if you had to save lives, dress wounds, and change bedpans all at the same time?
That's the task facing Kelowna hospital this weekend, as they move into their new building and lab.
To help, they've called up a unique moving company. Daybreak host Chris Walker went to the new hospital and sat down with their main moving man, Mike Shebib.
Friday May 25, 2012
If you've traveled out of province, you may have enjoyed a restaurant meal with your own bottle of wine.
The practice is known as corkage, and it's not allowed in B.C., but an Okanagan wine maker has sparked a discussion that may see that changed.
Sandra Oldfield is the owner of Tinhorn Creek Vinyards in Oliver. She floated the idea on twitter, under the hashtag "BC Wine Chat" -- and it got a huge response.
And now, minister Rich Coleman says the province is considering the idea as part of the government's review of liquor laws in B.C.
Friday May 25, 2012
Thursday May 24, 2012
The strike prevents the Rocky Mountaineer from using CP rail tracks between Kamloops and Calgary and rail passengers have to be bused over that portion of the journey.
Daybreak host Chris Walker spoke with Ian Robertson, spokesperson for Rocky Mountaineer, as well as Bryan Pilbeam, the vice president and general manager of National Hospitality Group which runs Hotel Thompson in Kamloops.
That's one of the Kamloops hotels that accomodates Rocky Mountaineer passengers.
Thursday May 24, 2012
Daybreak wants you to capture an image that says to you "summer's on its way."
Don't be tempted by pretty flowers or boats on a lake, look for the more subtle signs; Maybe a close-up of a red, stuffy nose (someone with summer allergies) or like Daybreak guest host Valerie McTavish's shot of a kid swimming in Okanagan Lake earlier this week....without a wet suit!
Get your photos in by Thursday, and on Friday we'll pick a winner and award a prize package! Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday May 23, 2012
When Canadian,Shriya Shah-Klorfine, died Saturday, she was one of about 150 climbers who tried to reach the mountain's summit that day.
It was a lot less crowded in 1982 when the first Canadian expedition reached the top of Everest.
Pat Morrow was the photographer on that trip. He went on to become the first person to climb the famed seven summits - the highest peak on each of the seven continents.
Daybreak host Chris Walker spoke with Pat Morrow from his home in Invermere.
Wednesday May 23, 2012
Ernest Hemmingway said anyone lucky enough to have lived in Paris in their youth would carry that experience for the rest of their lives. He called the city A Moveable Feast.
Daybreak contributor Gillianne Richards is a writer and artist who grew up in the Okanagan. She claims the visionaries, artists and culture of Hemingway's Paris are no greater than the treasures found in her own backyard.
In her new series, Moveable Feast, Gillianne uses the Okanagan as a backdrop to dive into the culture and people that makes this region rich.
In the first episode she explores a Japanese-Canadian oasis in the heart of Kelowna, the Kasugai Gardens are celebrating their 25th year.
Tuesday May 22, 2012
Genetically modified apples could soon be coming to a store near you.
Summerland's Okanagan Specialty Fruits, has genetically engineered a non-browning apple.
The company recently applied to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency for permission to plant its trees.
But Linda Edwards hopes the CFIA turns down that application. She's an organic orchardist and is also the author of Organic Tree Fruit Management, a reference manual for organic fruit producers.
She explained her concerns to Daybreak host Chris Walker.
And he took those concerns to Okanagan Specialty Fruits president, Neal Carter.
Friday May 18, 2012
In the second of Daybreak contributor Madonna Hamel's faith and spirituality series she spent a couple of days with Rev. Karen Medland of the First United Church on the corner of Richter and Bernard.
She learned about the practice of 'Radical Spirituality' and the belief in being God's co-creators.
Reverend Medland began a guest lecture series that welcomed renowned theologian and author Marcus Borg to speak on the idea of being a co-creator and what that means in terms of creating a heaven on earth (as opposed to waiting for a reward in heaven).
Marcus Borg's latest book is called "Speaking Christian: Why Christian Words have Lost Their Meaning and Power," and the book is now one on the reading group's list at the church.
Friday May 18, 2012
One man is dead, but a woman and her family managed to escape a violent hostage-taking in Kamloops, B.C. Thursday night that ended with an explosion destroying a family home.
The incident began late early Thursday evening when a neighbour saw a man armed with a long gun burst into the home in the 1400 block of Cannel Drive.
That man rigged himself, the woman's home and a vehicle outside with explosives, and officials had to evacuate 15 homes in the suburban neighbourhood.
Kamloops assistant fire chief Mike Adams speaks explains what happened to the CBC's Pamela McCall.
Wednesday May 16, 2012
Last summer, the unthinkable happened. Not one, but two fires were deliberately set at the museum in Chase, B.C..
Shortly after the second blaze, we learned most of the artifacts - all the history, photographs, and collections from the region - had been saved.
Nearly a year later, Daybreak contributor Leah Shaw stopped by the museum to see how staff were faring with bringing the museum back to its former glory, and discovered the story has taken a turn from a story of misfortune to a tale of opportunity.
Tuesday May 15, 2012
Ranchers and Fruit growers are not looking forward to life after the HST.
On Monday, the B.C. government introduced legislation to bring back the PST and GST.
Tax exemptions for goods and services that existed prior to the HST days will be reinstated, and a new online system will be introduced to cut down on the paperwork for businesses.
But that won't be enough for fruit growers like Christine Dendy, who is a cherry grower in Kelowna.
She campaigned to keep the HST, and explains why to Daybreak host, Chris Walker.
Monday May 14, 2012
All three books are now sitting in the top three spots on the Canadian best sellers list.
The books have been dubbed "mommy porn" for their discussions of spanking, sex and submission.
Some U.S. libraries have actually banned the books for their steamy subject matter.
So how has the Okanagan Regional Library dealt with that controversy? Barbara Jo May, Kelowna's adult collection librarian explains.
Monday May 14, 2012
Even before the magazine has hit the stands, the image of a pretty, fit mother nursing her three year old son, who's standing on a chair has been making waves.
The corresponding article is about attachment parenting -- the parenting theory made popular by Dr. Sears, but the swirling controversy is all about the image on the cover.
Ingrid Tilstra is a lactation consultant and part of the breastfeeding support group called La Leche League Canada.
She explains to Daybreak host Chris Walker how she feels about what the article contributes to the perception of breastfeeding, and the continuing conflict between what's best for baby, and what's socially acceptable.
Monday May 14, 2012
The story is a chilling reminder of the horrors happening right now within North Korea, and should be a clarion call for people of conscience everywhere.
The book does a good job of recounting life inside the camp, and is an engaging read. It's perhaps a bit too engaging, though, in that it doesn't provide the necessary historical and sociological background necessary to appreciate the inner workings of the North Korean prison system.
I found myself yearning for a more substantive exploration of Shin's psychological shock and subsequent transformation, and thought the author, having completed the narrative arc, brought the book to a rushed conclusion.
Still, this is a book well worth reading. Bring a strong stomach -- it depicts a living nightmare. It's a good companion to the excellent Orphan Master's Son.
Friday May 11, 2012
Mother's Day is Sunday, and if you've got breakfast in bed planned go ahead -- but skip that mimosa.
Gerry Jobe from Raudz Regional Table in Kelowna joins Daybreak host Chris Walker in studio to shake up some liquid love just in time for Mother's Day with a rhubarb-rose margarita and his take on a French '75 cocktail.
Thursday May 10, 2012
A few weeks ago, Daybreak collected some incredible stories about discoveries our listeners have made in the course of renovations.
We have one more to share today, from Tim Ross who lives in the rural East Kootenay community of Wycliffe near Cranbrook.
While renovating his garage he found nine oil paintings, signed by well-known Western artist, Jack Lee McLean.
He tells that story to Daybreak host Chris Walker.
Thursday May 10, 2012
Diaz is the rural outreach worker for the Penticton women centre and advocates for migrant farm workers.
In B.C., those workers are protected under the Occupational Health and Safety Regulations, the same given to all British Columbians.
So what happens if an employer violates those regulations?
To answer that question, Daybreak host Chris Walker reached B.C.Labor Minister, Margaret MacDiarmid.
Tuesday May 8, 2012
This month, the government began cracking down on the sale of marijuana to foreigners.
Derrick Bergman is the co-founder of the Dutch non-profit organization, the Society for the Abolition of Canabis Prohibition.
He spoke with Daybreak host Chris Walker by Skype in Eithoven, the Netherlands.
Tuesday May 8, 2012
The 400-page omnibus bill now before Parliament includes a host of changes to Canada's environmental regulations, including repealing the Kyoto Protocol Implementation Act and overhauls the Fisheries Act.
On Monday, Peter Robinson, the head of the David Suzuki foundation told Daybreak his group and several others are proposing a blackout campaign. They want Canadians to "black out" their websites June 4th, to protest the omnibus bill.
Tuesday, Dan Albas, the Conservative MP for Okanagan Coquihalla, defended his government's omnibus bill to Daybreak host Chris Walker.
Monday May 7, 2012
A group called Blackout Speakout has launched a national campaign in The Globe and Mail and La Presse today.
The coalition of environmental advocacy groups, including The World Wildlife Fund, the Sierra Club, the David Suzuki Foundation and Greenpeace, has taken out full-page ads that warn two core Canadian values -- nature and democracy -- are at risk.
Peter Robertson is the CEO of the David Suzuki Foundation. He explains their concerns to Daybreak host Chris Walker.
Monday May 7, 2012
Sometimes it's intentional, out of necessity or amusement, but often it happens inadvertently, thanks to the ballast water in our boats, for instance.
According to the new book, "The Attack of the Killer Rhododendrons," these organisms have the potential to be just that: killers.
Author Glen Chilton tells Daybreak host Chris Walker about his trip around the world in search of these creatures.
Thursday May 3, 2012
Three decades ago, Tom Siddon was a federal cabinet member in Brian Mulroney's Progressive Conservative government.
Now, he's taken to speaking out against the current Conservative government's environmental record, and is especially critical of changes to the Fisheries Act now being debated in the House of Commons.
It's part of a controversial omnibus bill that deals with a wide range of issues.
Tom Siddon now lives in Kaleden and is a director with the Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen. He also sits on the Okanagan Basin Water Board and spoke with Daybreak host, Chris Walker.
Thursday May 3, 2012
Award-winning wines often end up in the liquor store with a ribbon around their neck, and there are lots of ribbons to go around.
Wine awards are in the same category as, say, gas prices and Cadbury caramel -- how they work is one of life's great mysteries.
So Daybreak has called in a professional to help sort through the stash of ribbons and medals.
Natalie MacLean is an acclaimed wine writer. She's a sommelier, the author of Red, White and Drunk All Over and Unquenchable, and is the winner of four James Beard Journalism Awards. She's also the editor of the largest Canadian wine web site.
Wednesday May 2, 2012
Over the next couple of months Daybreak contributer Madonna Hamel will be taking us to church. We'll also explore other places of worship and reflection to find out what it means to be a 'believer' these days.
In the first of the series, we begin at the beginning, with a look at Native sprituality.
The piece features drumming from the open drumming session held at Kelowna's Metis Society every last Tuesday of the month. You'll hear drumming from Metis Curtis Smith, who discovered the drums while in prison and went on to help 'drum others back from the brink' of suicide and despair.
As well, Native mediator and teacher Judy Goodsky talks about the Medicine Wheel and the healing wisdom and medicine offered to us by all living beings.
In that piece, Native teacher Judy Goodsky talks about the native belief that all animate beings "have a gift...and it's up to us to find ours."
In our next episode of More Than One Way Home, airing May 16th, Reverend Karen Medland of the United Church takes up the notion of personal gifts and co-creation, as does theologian Marcus Borg, speaking in Kelowna as part of the United Church's guest lecturer series.
Wednesday May 2, 2012
According to Taseko mines president, Russell Hallbauer, First Nation spiritual and cultural concerns have no place at environmental hearings looking into his company's proposed Prosperity Mine.
He thinks the review panel should only consider "scientific" or "objective" evidence.
Hallbauer outlined his views in a letter to federal environment minister, Peter Kent, which was recently made public.
To give some perspective on this clash of worldviews, Daybreak host Chris Walker reached Charles Menzies, an associate professor of anthropology at the University of British Columbia, where he specializes in natural resource policy and studies natural resource dependent communities.
Tuesday May 1, 2012
B.C. has introduced new motorcycle safety regulations that will ban novelty helmets and require all riders to wear protective headgear that meet international safety standards.
Starting June 1st, motorcyclists found wearing so-called skull caps and beanie helmets that don't met the new regulations will be fined $138, said Minister of Justice and Attorney General Shirley Bond.For his view on this Daybreak host Chris Walker spoke with Peter Twidle, a motorcycle instructor with the non-profit Kelowna and District Safety Council.
Tuesday May 1, 2012
The environmental review for Taseko's new Prosperity Mine project near Williams Lake will begin once the panel is appointed.
And the company is asking the federal government to put a limit on first-nations influence and input.
It says this would ensure the panel appears fair and balanced.
This all comes from a letter written (below) from Taseko Mines president Russell Hallbauer to Environment Minister Peter Kent in November that has been leaked to Cariboo North MLA Bob Simpson. He spoke with Daybreak host, Chris Walker.
- October 2013
- Wed., 30 – B.C. Government may consider Happy Hour
- Wed., 30 – Alex decides to retire
- Wed., 30 – Ottawa's education plans anger first nations
- Wed., 30 – Making legal services affordable
- Wed., 30 – Daybreak morning news - Wednesday Oct. 30th
- Tue., 29 – Another view on the rights of crime victims
- Tue., 29 – Environment Canada cleans up dry cleaners
- Tue., 29 – Ghost stories - listeners emails
- Tue., 29 – Daybreak morning news - Tuesday Oct. 29th
- Mon., 28 – Ghost stories - Nelson's Hume hotel
- Mon., 28 – Interior Wealth: Jump Start Challenge
- Mon., 28 – Putting victims first in the justice system
- Mon., 28 – Phone help for expectant moms
- Mon., 28 – Daybreak morning news - Monday Oct. 28th
- Fri., 25 – Ghost stories - Rossland
- Fri., 25 – Injured Kelowna player seeks insurance
- Fri., 25 – Daybreak morning news - Friday Oct. 25th
- Thu., 24 – UBC Okanagan food kitchen opens
- Thu., 24 – Ghost stories - Salmon Arm
- Thu., 24 – Nelson must wait for mental health help
- Thu., 24 – Daybreak morning news - Thursday Oct. 24th
- Wed., 23 – Tax evasion nets Nelson man jail time
- Wed., 23 – The grassroots view of the Senate scandals
- Wed., 23 – We want your ghost stories
- Wed., 23 – Halloween, science, kids and art
- Wed., 23 – Daybreak morning news - Wednesday Oct. 23nd
- Tue., 22 – Adventurer speaks in the Kootenays
- Tue., 22 – Many varieties, many uses for the Pear
- Tue., 22 – Rare find in Kelowna's Mission Creek Park
- Tue., 22 – Daybreak morning news - Tuesday Oct. 22nd
- Mon., 21 – Kids try to raise $100K to save creek
- Mon., 21 – The move to amalgamate the North Okanagan
- Mon., 21 – Worksafe BC investigates beating in Nelson
- Mon., 21 – Moms in business on Interior Wealth
- Mon., 21 – Daybreak morning news - Monday Oct. 21st
- Fri., 18 – Are Facebook changes the best for teens?
- Fri., 18 – The public health issues around gambling
- Fri., 18 – Two soloists perform with Okanagan Symphony
- Thu., 17 – Salmon Arm residents mourn Globe and Mail
- Thu., 17 – Daybreak morning news - Thursday Oct. 17th
- Wed., 16 – Princeton health care revived
- Wed., 16 – Hotelier upset about Vernon noise
- Wed., 16 – A bicycle built for a long haul
- Tue., 15 – Fueling up on cow, literally
- Tue., 15 – The Turkey day blues
- Tue., 15 – Daybreak morning news - Tuesday Oct 15th
- Fri., 11 – Sweet potato history
- Fri., 11 – Racing to the finish
- Fri., 11 – Brazil mining for answers
- Fri., 11 – B.C Youth Parliament
- Wed., 9 – Digging into trouble
- Wed., 9 – Saving the family business
- Tue., 8 – The colourful language of wine-tasting
- Tue., 8 – Chris Hadfield stops in Kelowna
- Tue., 8 – Safe bike route to UBC Okanagan
- Mon., 7 – Okanagan history goes digital
- Mon., 7 – Is Randall Hopley a dangerous offender?
- Fri., 4 – Kelowna Food Bank Shake Up
- Fri., 4 – Navigating the Northern Gateway in Foxy
- Fri., 4 – Killer Hornets Kill 41 People in China
- Thu., 3 – New Canadian stuck in Jamaica
- Thu., 3 – Salmon Arm's buried history
- Wed., 2 – Dominion Coal Blocks
- Wed., 2 – Ashland Canada Corporation and CN Rail
- September 2013
- Mon., 30 – Raising a roof in Tulameen
- Mon., 30 – Kelowna Mountain
- Fri., 27 – Okanagan College celebrates half a century
- Fri., 27 – Case for changing B.C.'s old liquor laws
- Fri., 27 – BC Tree Fruits fights move to south
- Fri., 27 – Daybreak morning news - Friday Sept 27th
- Thu., 26 – Some Okanagan growers go packing down south
- Thu., 26 – Third book by Kelowna author now out
- Thu., 26 – Daybreak morning news - Thursday Sept 26th
- Wed., 25 – The history and joys of the Ukulele
- Tue., 24 – Daybreak morning news - Tuesday Sept 24th
- Mon., 23 – School districts on hunt for dollars
- Mon., 23 – Daybreak morning news - Monday Sept 23rd
- Fri., 20 – New theory challenges Big Bang origins
- Fri., 20 – Oliver orchardist producing new apple
- Fri., 20 – Thieves target outdoor store again and again
- Fri., 20 – Daybreak morning news - Friday Sept 20th
- Thu., 19 – UK study calls for E. coli vaccine in Cattle
- Thu., 19 – Okanagan reaction to Dix resigning
- Thu., 19 – Daybreak morning news - Thursday Sept 19th
- Wed., 18 – UBC Okanagan heading for the big leagues
- Wed., 18 – Untouched mountain caves to be explored
- Wed., 18 – Daybreak morning news - Wednesday Sept 18th
- Tue., 17 – Do we need updated flood maps?
- Tue., 17 – Nelson signs with MMBC when others say no
- Tue., 17 – Mayors call for reopening of Riverview
- Tue., 17 – Daybreak morning news - Tuesday Sept 17th
- Mon., 16 – Higher speeds, fewer tickets?
- Mon., 16 – Keeping an eye on independent investigations
- Mon., 16 – No flood insurance without new maps: CEOs
- Mon., 16 – Wasp sting allergies later in life
- Mon., 16 – Daybreak morning news - Monday Sept 16th
- Fri., 13 – Foregiveness and atheism, a reflection
- Fri., 13 – Sick leave issue in Peachland
- Fri., 13 – Use those backyards to grow food
- Fri., 13 – Daybreak morning news - Friday Sept 13th
- Thu., 12 – A few good men needed for history of PQ 17
- Thu., 12 – The new picture of Canadian incomes
- Thu., 12 – The dangers of hot beverages
- Thu., 12 – House boat problems surface in Summerland
- Thu., 12 – Daybreak morning news - Thursday Sept 12th
- Wed., 11 – Kelowna woman seeks dishwasher class action
- Wed., 11 – Kelowna tech firm to produce MMA cartoons
- Wed., 11 – Kelowna man faces murder trial over killing
- Wed., 11 – Invermere asks voters to decide deer cull
- Wed., 11 – Little town gets big makeover
- Wed., 11 – Daybreak morning news - Wednesday Sept 11th
- Tue., 10 – Kelowna fighter hits Fox reality TV show
- Tue., 10 – Daybreak morning news - Tuesday Sept 10th
- Mon., 9 – Fire destroys Salmon Arm landmark
- Fri., 6 – Your Daybreak morning run
- Thu., 5 – Orchardist help take in Joe's apples
- Thu., 5 – Grizzly bear hunt stirs controversy
- Wed., 4 – Back to school: Roommate tales
- Tue., 3 – UNICEF brings school to Syrian refugees
- Tue., 3 – Life as an international student
- August 2013
- Fri., 30 – IPE turns 114 years old this weekend
- Thu., 29 – Kootenay town celebrates Toadfest
- Thu., 29 – Developer proposes private race club
- Wed., 28 – The future of the Darkwoods forest
- Tue., 27 – The role for volunteer fire departments
- Tue., 27 – Getting enough sleep as we head to school
- Tue., 27 – Fence for rent in Erikson
- Mon., 26 – Cuban defection in B.C. raises questions
- Mon., 26 – The Penticton Challenge runs a good race
- Fri., 23 – Seven million years of volcanic activity
- Fri., 23 – What's ahead for Anglicans in Canada?
- Thu., 22 – Penticton set for Challenge Triathlon
- Thu., 22 – A season that was the pits
- Wed., 21 – Where is George and for that matter Hugh
- Tue., 20 – Senior dead after violence in geriatric ward
- Tue., 20 – Family leaves Ottawa to live in Kelowna
- Tue., 20 – Update on the Beefy cheifs
- Mon., 19 – West Kelowna's mega-home cruise
- Fri., 16 – Wine, gay pride and Russia's olympics
- Fri., 16 – Liberation therapy still has believers
- Fri., 16 – Grand Forks to offer free wireless Internet
- Thu., 15 – Farmers want new growth for liquor sales
- Thu., 15 – Death toll reaches hundreds in Egypt
- Wed., 14 – Tensions skyrocket in Egypt with many dead
- Wed., 14 – The search for a young Australia continues
- Tue., 13 – Controversy deepens over Lemon Creek spill
- Tue., 13 – Bighorn sheep program thriving post fire
- Tue., 13 – You got it, now you don't want it
- Mon., 12 – Long waits in Kelowna now for gettin' Inked
- Mon., 12 – The hot topic of Shuswap and Mara lake docks
- Tue., 6 – Facing the Dragon: The firestorms of '03
- July 2013
- Wed., 31 – July 2013 one of the driest on record
- Tue., 30 – When is fire good for the ecosystem?
- Thu., 25 – A great way to protect from the summer sun
- Wed., 24 – An unexpected kind of street performer
- Tue., 23 – The cost of a forest fire
- Tue., 23 – Company hopes to build windfarm near Kelowna
- Fri., 19 – Thieves swipe vital search and rescue gear
- Fri., 19 – Stolen art, broken heart
- Thu., 18 – Barbeques, balconies and burned buildings
- Wed., 17 – Hard travellin' boys sing in K-town
- Wed., 17 – Fake Chemtrail warnings fly over Penticton
- Wed., 17 – Sinixt hunter claims his nation still exists
- Wed., 17 – Water quality cleaned up in Osoyoos Lake
- Tue., 16 – Okanagan wines join the jet-set
- Mon., 15 – Fellow Glee actor recounts Cory Monteith
- Mon., 15 – Elections BC gives go ahead for pot petition
- Fri., 12 – The man who stepped aside for Christy Clark
- Wed., 10 – The future of the Kelowna Pacific Railway
- Tue., 2 – Hundreds at kids camps, college style.
- Tue., 2 – A good summer read for your young ones
- June 2013
- Fri., 28 – Reflecting on and celebrating Canada at 146
- Thu., 27 – Making the world greener with trash audits
- Wed., 26 – New dozer crushes Kelowna garbage and costs
- Wed., 26 – Teck Resources continues random drug tests
- Wed., 26 – Vernon plays for bigger gambling revenues
- Wed., 26 – Apex owners speak on logging moratorium
- Tue., 25 – Growing grapes without irrigation
- Mon., 24 – Kelowna man helps Alberta flood victims
- Mon., 24 – Penticton Indian band on logging moratorium
- Mon., 24 – New docks open and in the works in Kelowna
- Fri., 21 – Living in southern Alberta's flood zones
- Fri., 21 – Kelowna's Gospel Mission celebrates 35 years
- Thu., 20 – Kelowna buzzes with high tech gurus
- Thu., 20 – Rain pounds B.C. and Alberta
- Wed., 19 – Kelowna tests new type of liquor license
- Wed., 19 – The Great CBC Strawberry Map!
- Tue., 18 – Troubles in vacation land
- Tue., 18 – Serving up fresh ideas for your strawberries
- Tue., 18 – Strawberry Ancho BBQ Sauce
- Mon., 17 – Watch out, you might get pooped by mail
- Mon., 17 – Hundreds take in Osoyoos horse racing
- Fri., 14 – Canada awash in so called medical marijuana
- Fri., 14 – A few ingredients to help make Father's Day
- Thu., 13 – More Than One Way Home Part 13: Anonymous
- Thu., 13 – Frausters target Okanagan vacation rentals
- Thu., 13 – Air tankers needed to douse Osoyoos flames
- Wed., 12 – The Tom Foord's Kal Tire dynasty turns 60
- Wed., 12 – Vote for Westside-Kelowna set for July 10th
- Wed., 12 – The small farm may emerge again
- Tue., 11 – The violence and teargas of Istanbul
- Tue., 11 – Crossroads to close in two weeks
- Mon., 10 – Reflections on the leader Nelson Mandela
- Mon., 10 – Helping older men deal with isolation
- Mon., 10 – The excess of teachers for jobs
- Mon., 10 – Washroom design that flushes crime
- Thu., 6 – Nakusp woman tells of Turkish protests
- Thu., 6 – The wine bloggers arrive and some don't
- Wed., 5 – Luxury home set for auction this month
- Wed., 5 – It's time to save Brent's Grist Mill
- Wed., 5 – Little Bit recovers from bear mauling
- Tue., 4 – 24 years after Tiananmen Square
- Mon., 3 – Women in trades and what to do
- May 2013
- Fri., 31 – The risk of fire with lower snowpacks
- Fri., 31 – The bike rider's streetwise quiz
- Fri., 31 – Hounds work on Kimberly's deer problem
- Thu., 30 – The impact of the arms race in Syria
- Thu., 30 – USGS finds big drop in Rockies snow pack
- Thu., 30 – Class, Class, time for a field trip
- Thu., 30 – New details about our love of Dogs
- Wed., 29 – Can the province do more to protect people?
- Tue., 28 – The effort to deal with flooding in Lumby
- Tue., 28 – Posties, dogs and harmony
- Tue., 28 – Trust and the use of anonymous sources
- Mon., 27 – Pedal power this week folks bike to work
- Mon., 27 – Penticton city council grounds chicken coups
- Mon., 27 – Kelowna home has unusual features
- Mon., 27 – Golden man shines for dream job down under
- Fri., 24 – The dangers of sharing a bed with infants
- Fri., 24 – Government won't buy out Johnson's Landing
- Thu., 23 – Saving St. Aiden's in Rutland
- Thu., 23 – Historic O'Keefe Ranch faces uncertainty
- Thu., 23 – Life as a Mormon missionary in the Okanagan
- Thu., 23 – Body checking soon banned for kids hockey?
- Wed., 22 – Radium tourist attraction leaves stinky mess
- Wed., 22 – Loving or leaving the Cedar Hedge
- Wed., 22 – Have Cancer, Will Cycle
- Tue., 21 – Riding American thunder safely
- Fri., 17 – Battling the Date Rape Drug
- Fri., 17 – Feds Make "Work Adjustment" to Agriculture
- Fri., 17 – To Fernie, with Love
- Thu., 16 – Cookies that Might Bite Back
- Thu., 16 – Big Blow to Tree Fruit and Vine R & D
- Thu., 16 – Date Rape Drug Victim Speaks Out
- Wed., 15 – Why were the BC election polls so wrong?
- Wed., 15 – Voter Panelists React to Election Results
- Wed., 15 – Election Stunner
- Tue., 14 – No Party Politics
- Tue., 14 – Wine Signs Deemed Eyesore
- Tue., 14 – Random drug and alcohol testing gets the OK
- Mon., 13 – The Gang of Six
- Mon., 13 – Who to Vote for and Who to Dine with?
- Fri., 10 – Boundary Similkameen Candidates Face-Off
- Thu., 9 – Park, Vote & Fly
- Wed., 8 – Go Jump in the Lake
- Wed., 8 – Queen of the North Captain Speaks
- Wed., 8 – Survey Says
- Tue., 7 – Bullying Queens
- Tue., 7 – Here Comes the Melt
- Tue., 7 – Uncovering a piece of history
- Mon., 6 – Mail Order Bees
- Mon., 6 – The Future of Voting
- Mon., 6 – Dix Responds to Gaining Liberals
- Fri., 3 – A Real Life Tinfoil Sky
- Fri., 3 – Trail's band beats on
- Thu., 2 – BC Green Party Leader Jane Sterk
- Wed., 1 – Bang Bang go the Taiko Drums
- Wed., 1 – NAME THAT BUG!
- April 2013
- Tue., 30 – Happy Birthday to the SS Nasookin
- Tue., 30 – CBC panel review leader's debate
- Tue., 30 – One Cherry Farmer's Fight Against Frost
- Tue., 30 – "Ninety Minutes of Pure Punishment"
- Mon., 29 – Firing Up Young Voters
- Mon., 29 – Nakusp to build their own ferry
- Mon., 29 – WOW turns 20 in Salmon Arm
- Fri., 26 – Accessing the Golden Gem of Mount 7
- Fri., 26 – The Evolution of Golden, BC
- Fri., 26 – Jumbo Glacier Ski Resort divides community
- Thu., 25 – Lies, half truths and political ads.
- Thu., 25 – BC's First Election was no Cakewalk
- Wed., 24 – Credit Card Fraud. There's an App for that!
- Wed., 24 – The RCMP's Search for a Hero
- Tue., 23 – The need for jobs in rural areas like Nakusp
- Tue., 23 – Motivating people to use their bicycles
- Tue., 23 – NDP and LIberals on Okanagan agriculture
- Mon., 22 – Election lawn signs, love them or leave them
- Fri., 19 – Vernon community garden and food forest
- Fri., 19 – Restore is Recycle Haven for Renovators
- Wed., 17 – New Democrats regroup in Kelowna Mission
- Tue., 16 – The campaign begins, Elections B.C. prepares
- Tue., 16 – Climate change may help Okanagan vineyards
- Mon., 15 – A great example of paying it forward
- Mon., 15 – A local view on "Before I die"
- Mon., 15 – Federal liberals in Ok, Okay with Trudeau
- Fri., 12 – Bring me your mice please!! Dead or Alive
- Thu., 11 – MP says examine foreign workers program
- Thu., 11 – Repairs to popular tourist trestle
- Wed., 10 – World's wildfire experts gather in Kelowna
- Mon., 8 – Okanagan dancers marquee Bollywood stage
- Fri., 5 – Nelson Skate Park Unveiled
- Thu., 4 – Annoying habits in the workplace
- Wed., 3 – It's down to game seven for the Rockets
- Wed., 3 – The art of successful standup comedy
- Tue., 2 – Discarded tires mess up Shuswap Lake
- Tue., 2 – Back to the PST and the GST
- Tue., 2 – The disease, math, zombie connection
- March 2013
- Wed., 27 – More pressure applied to upgrade hospital
- Tue., 26 – Armstrong celebrating its first century
- Mon., 25 – They call it a Tactical Armoured Vehicle
- Mon., 25 – Horse racing trots back into Osoyoos
- Fri., 22 – Enderby riders want horse hitching posts
- Thu., 21 – The great art auction debate
- Wed., 20 – Top printmakers at Lake Country Art Gallery
- Wed., 20 – Goodbye Winter, hello Spring
- Wed., 20 – Fernie's Fine Chocolatiers
- Tue., 19 – International wins for Okanagan Distillery
- Mon., 18 – Expanding the Turtle Valley Donkey Refuge
- Mon., 18 – Mental Health: A conversation with teenagers
- Fri., 15 – Views on the future of Ballet Kelowna
- Fri., 15 – Vernon votes on new sports complex
- Thu., 14 – Opening the books on Ballet Kelowna's future
- Thu., 14 – No more than three dogs please
- Thu., 14 – Lake Country takes out sheds and cabanas
- Thu., 14 – Getting to know Pope Francis
- Wed., 13 – Westcorp's plans for a Kelowna trailer park
- Mon., 11 – Kelowna's mayor not a fan of 'Pop Up' stores
- Mon., 11 – The soup kitchen for Rover and Kitty
- Fri., 8 – Correction
- Thu., 7 – Advancing Education: The Issues Ahead
- Wed., 6 – The value of the Arts in Education
- Wed., 6 – The next page for Cursive Writing
- Tue., 5 – The future of First Nations education
- Tue., 5 – The future of textbooks is likely online
- Fri., 1 – E-I changes and tree planters
- February 2013
- Thu., 28 – New call for South Okanagan national park
- Thu., 28 – The fabulous science of using DNA
- Wed., 27 – Kelowna's Manteo Resort plans new towers
- Tue., 26 – Three men arrested in Kelowna gang shooting
- Tue., 26 – Rossland Secondary School closes
- Tue., 26 – Pricey pie
- Fri., 22 – The allure of the real bad boy
- Wed., 20 – Tough water standards may impact beaches
- Wed., 20 – The impact of the B.C. budget on you
- Tue., 19 – Jumbo Resort municipal council sworn in
- Mon., 18 – Long lost voices of Canadian PoW's
- Mon., 18 – New Federal laws for mentally ill offenders
- Mon., 18 – Snow artists grace Silver Star
- Fri., 15 – CRTC holds hearings on cell phone contracts
- Fri., 15 – One way to pray for snow
- Thu., 14 – Elko family loses dog in Drano poisoning
- Thu., 14 – Hundreds show for Penticton hospital rally
- Wed., 13 – Poetry and the second career
- Tue., 12 – WestJet chooses where it will fly
- Fri., 8 – Call to lift Nelson's dog ban for summer
- Fri., 8 – King Richard the III, now and then
- Thu., 7 – Snaggin' the big one
- Wed., 6 – The glorious days of the printing press
- Tue., 5 – Parents camp out for kindergarten spaces
- Tue., 5 – Former Kelowna woman helps Zambian girls
- Mon., 4 – 212 kilometers an hour
- Mon., 4 – West Kelowna loses flagship retailer
- Fri., 1 – T-Rex may have roamed in social gangs
- Fri., 1 – "This is Cancer", performed in Kelowna
- January 2013
- Thu., 31 – Kelowna to get new waterfront marina
- Wed., 30 – Forest fires, Smoke, Asthma and your health
- Wed., 30 – 16-year-old with a passion for fashion
- Wed., 30 – Scoping the joy of target practice
- Tue., 29 – The sinking pirate ship of Kootenay Lake
- Tue., 29 – Controversial hearings held in Kelowna
- Mon., 28 – Young farmers share skills and issues
- Fri., 25 – Auditor General tests B.C. Government
- Fri., 25 – UBC Professor spikes education peace plan
- Thu., 24 – UBC Okanagan researcher questions fish oils
- Wed., 23 – Kelowna home trashed in teen party
- Tue., 22 – Shuswap RCMP deal sobering drug message
- Mon., 21 – B.C. Fruit Growers sow seeds of their future
- Mon., 21 – Hockey Night in Canada Rug on Mindbreakers
- Thu., 17 – Bowling with 89-year-old Andy Danyleyko
- Thu., 17 – Wine Country Half Marathon set for Kelowna
- Wed., 16 – Kelowna couple finish year of living local
- Fri., 11 – Promise of Plenty: Panel discussion
- Wed., 2 – Walter Gray's vision for Kelowna in 2013
- December 2012
- Fri., 21 – Idle No More movement gains momentum in B.C.
- Thu., 20 – Kelowa family of five homeless after fire
- Thu., 20 – The Shortbread Finalists!
- Thu., 20 – Wine selections for people feeling 'Pinched'
- Tue., 18 – Memorable Story: Keeping Nsyilxcen alive
- Mon., 17 – Memorable Story: A kid and a sandcastle
- Wed., 12 – Grand Slam of Curling takes to Kelowna ice
- Tue., 11 – Split focus skyrockets student stress
- Tue., 11 – Crackdown on illegal docks on Okanagan Lake
- Wed., 5 – Outgoing BCFGA president alleges racism
- Mon., 3 – Hot books for the hard to buy for
- November 2012
- Fri., 30 – Great reads from the B.C. Interior
- Thu., 29 – Snowy owls flock to B.C.
- Wed., 28 – More Than One Way Home Part 4: Free Prayer
- Thu., 15 – ManWoman: 1938-2012
- Thu., 15 – Dealing with difficult customers
- Tue., 13 – 'Soup Queen' of Kaslo shares her secrets
- Fri., 9 – Scrumptious soup ideas for chilly days
- Thu., 8 – Down Syndrome doesn't make her different
- October 2012
- Wed., 31 – A somber Halloween for Armstrong, B.C.
- Wed., 31 – B.C. care aid refuses to get flu vaccine
- Sun., 28 – Small tsunami waves hit B.C. after 7.7 quake
- Fri., 26 – China trade agreement: what you need to know
- Fri., 26 – Man dies in downtown Kelowna house fire
- Thu., 25 – Defeating the workplace bully
- Thu., 25 – Babies born good, with innate morals
- Wed., 24 – Liquor board cracks down on wine auctions
- Fri., 19 – Phone app could help kids block bullying
- Fri., 12 – NDP says spinal surgery waits unnaceptable
- Thu., 11 – Iconic Kelowna paddle-wheeler on the move
- Wed., 10 – Timber supply report gets lukewarm reception
- Wed., 10 – Surgery delayed with heartbreaking results
- Tue., 9 – Washington to vote on same-sex marriage
- Fri., 5 – Things to read among the falling leaves
- Thu., 4 – Ragweed may not be all bad afterall
- Wed., 3 – Disney waddles to success in Kelowna
- Tue., 2 – Hunters find Penticton man's remains
- September 2012
- Fri., 28 – Get your yodel going at Oktoberfest
- Fri., 28 – Four versions of Maggie's Farm!
- Thu., 27 – Sun shines on Okanagan grapes
- Tue., 25 – Who is Bobby Jack Fowler?
- Fri., 21 – Downtown Kelowna advertising lacks diversity
- Thu., 20 – Single dad families on the rise
- Mon., 17 – Got a hankerin' for hamburger soup?
- Mon., 17 – Daybreak tags along with the B.C. Dragoons!
- Fri., 14 – Kaslo emergency room reduces hours to 9 to 5
- Thu., 13 – GoSango goes out of business
- Tue., 11 – GoSango offices vacant as company flounders
- Tue., 11 – Lessons in rebuilding from wildfire
- Tue., 11 – Downtown Kelowna construction to go late
- Fri., 7 – Bears take up residence in Kamloops
- Wed., 5 – Incredible Northern lights photograph!
- Tue., 4 – Farm to Fork around Kamloops
- August 2012
- Fri., 31 – George Abbott says goodbye to politics
- Thu., 30 – Taking stock in Johnsons Landing
- Thu., 30 – Trying to get into the B.C. Liberal caucus
- Tue., 28 – Making music part of everyday school
- Mon., 27 – Mount Revelstoke's revered meadow
- Mon., 27 – Developer yanks Peachland proposal... again.
- Mon., 20 – Penticton MLA Bill Barisoff won't run again
- Wed., 15 – Teck responds to smelter illness accusations
- Mon., 13 – B.C. rower Gabe Bergen brings home silver
- July 2012
- Tue., 31 – Authorities warn of dangerous waterways
- Tue., 31 – Osoyoos historian links B.C. to War of 1812
- Fri., 27 – Olympic Moms Pt. 5: Marilyn Bergen
- Thu., 26 – Olympic Moms Pt. 4: Marcia Cooper
- Wed., 25 – Olympic Moms Pt. 3: Johanna Bertin
- Tue., 24 – Okanagan fruit slim pickings this summer
- Tue., 24 – Olympic Moms Pt. 2: Jo-Anne Richie
- Mon., 23 – Olympic Moms Pt. 1: Judy Armstrong
- Thu., 19 – Beach Life Part 4: Which way to the beach?
- Wed., 18 – Beach Life Part 3: The Speedo
- Tue., 17 – Naramata Centre hit by racist grafitti
- Tue., 17 – Beach Life Part 2: Jacob's castle
- Tue., 17 – Could UFOs exist?
- Mon., 16 – Eyewitness account of Fairmont mudslide
- Mon., 16 – Beach Life Part 1: Little ships ahoy!
- Fri., 13 – Cessnas 'bombard' Cranbrook
- Fri., 13 – PHOTOS: Johnsons Landing slide
- Wed., 11 – Backyard chicken coops attracting bears
- Mon., 9 – Kelowna barista goes for perfect pull
- Mon., 9 – Thunderstorms on the way!
- Wed., 4 – ALOHA to KELOHA Scavenger Hunt WINNER!
- Tue., 3 – Birds on the decline in Canada
- June 2012
- Fri., 29 – Flooding cancels Canada Day in Sorrento
- Fri., 29 – Vote for Kamloops athlete to carry our flag!
- Thu., 28 – Province plans to decomission dangerous dam
- Tue., 26 – Houseboats aid in Shuswap flooding rescue
- Mon., 25 – Flooding causes major damage in Shuswap
- Mon., 25 – Southern Interior flooding hotsheet
- Mon., 25 – Schools closed in Sicamous
- Thu., 21 – First Voices: Episode 4
- Wed., 20 – Roller derby takes off in the West Kootenay
- Wed., 20 – First Voices: Episode 3
- Wed., 20 – Revelstoke Dam opens the floodgates
- Tue., 19 – First Voices: Episode 2
- Mon., 18 – Assisted suicide decision "short-sighted"
- Mon., 18 – First Voices: Episode 1
- Fri., 15 – Father's Day and the Flying Chicken Story
- Thu., 14 – Ancient petroglyph returned to Cariboo
- Thu., 14 – Vernon BMX rider an Olympic contender
- Wed., 13 – Homeowner offers free beer as sale incentive
- Tue., 12 – Kelowna men flee from Mantracker
- Tue., 12 – B.C. apples gain from Ontario frost
- Fri., 8 – WorkSafeBC takes on workplace bullies
- Fri., 8 – Do we drink too much water?
- Thu., 7 – Home from Everest
- Thu., 7 – An Irish inspiration
- Wed., 6 – Moveable Feast Pt. 2: fiddling around
- Fri., 1 – 'Bob the barber' gets a bionic chair
- May 2012
- Tue., 29 – #BullyPROOF and stopabully.ca
- Fri., 25 – Province considers BYOB for B.C. restaurants
- Fri., 25 – Cawston Avenue one year on
- Thu., 24 – Calling all Hot Shots!
- Tue., 22 – Organic orchardist opposes nonbrowning apple
- Mon., 14 – Racy book hot item in the Okanagan
- Mon., 14 – TIME Magazine's controversial cover
- Mon., 14 – Escape from Camp 14
- Fri., 11 – Raudz shakes up liquid love for Mother's Day
- Thu., 10 – Keeping migrant workers safe
- Tue., 1 – Motorcycle 'skid lids' banned in B.C.
- April 2012
- Mon., 30 – Vernon Jubilee Hospital to get more beds
- Mon., 30 – Growing lemon trees in the Okanagan
- Fri., 27 – Calving time in the Cariboo
- Fri., 27 – Donating to Lakeland explosion victims
- Thu., 26 – Preventing future tragedies in B.C. sawmills
- Thu., 26 – Flood waters rise in Kimberley, B.C.
- Wed., 25 – Prospera Place struggles to score top shows
- Tue., 24 – Stockwell Day on Western Canada's right-wing
- Tue., 24 – Cranbrook fire damages four businesses
- Mon., 23 – threehundredeight.com
- Thu., 19 – Assisted Suicide Debate - Tonight in Kelowna
- Mon., 16 – Spring has arrived!
- Fri., 13 – Remains of Nelson man found on Oregon coast
- Thu., 12 – Kelowna chef creates sky-high wedding cake
- Thu., 12 – The World Without Us
- Thu., 12 – The Orphan Master's Son
- Wed., 11 – Kamloops trivia buff to appear on Jeopardy!
- Wed., 11 – CBC slashes shows and jobs after budget cuts
- Wed., 11 – The Oracle of Stamboul
- Wed., 11 – River of Smoke
- Tue., 10 – New section: Chris' Bookshelf
- Tue., 3 – Fleeing Bosnia at four: a survivor story
- Tue., 3 – The budget and baby boomer guilt
- March 2012
- Thu., 29 – Mayor slams provincial tax panel
- Thu., 29 – First Gay Pride Parade in Kamloops
- Thu., 29 – Renovation Treasures - Part Two!
- Wed., 28 – West Kelowna is (almost) Hockeyville!
- Wed., 28 – Strange bedfellows!
- Tue., 27 – Renovation Treasures - Part One
- Tue., 27 – Rare book exhibit in Kelowna
- Tue., 20 – Is this Spring?
- Mon., 19 – Teachers vote on next strike move at AGM
- Mon., 19 – West Kelowna makes Hockeyville Top 5
- Fri., 16 – UBCO students go homeless for a week
- Fri., 16 – Kamloops RCMP try to connect with public
- Thu., 15 – Grandmother goes after law degree
- Tue., 13 – Salmon Arm businesses stage "cash mob"
- Fri., 9 – Khaos: reviewed
- Fri., 9 – Grand Forks remembers historic hotel
- Thu., 8 – Original opera premieres in Nelson
- Wed., 7 – Historian remembers Grand Forks Hotel
- Thu., 1 – Daybreak LIVE ON LOCATION!
- February 2012
- Fri., 24 – The Global Children's Village
- Thu., 23 – Vernon swan nursed back to health
- Thu., 23 – War reporting from the front lines
- Thu., 23 – Smart meter myths and misconceptions
- Mon., 20 – Norman needs a home!
- Fri., 17 – Pond skating in 103 Mile House
- Thu., 16 – Josh Dueck: sit-ski star
- Wed., 15 – Foreclosures in the Central Okanagan
- Wed., 15 – Mathtoons
- Wed., 15 – Facebook parenting
- Mon., 13 – Court injunction halts Invermere deer cull
- Fri., 10 – Okanagan winery to send 1000 cases to China
- Fri., 10 – Breeding a better bee
- Mon., 6 – Province scraps West Kelowna land swap
- Fri., 3 – Penticton Vees eye 29th straight win
- Thu., 2 – EXTENDED INTERVIEW: What Echo Heard
- Thu., 2 – Job Fair in Tough Times
- Wed., 1 – Mark Recchi talks Top Prospects
- Wed., 1 – Income disparity and happiness
- January 2012
- Mon., 30 – Laser beams plague pilots
- Thu., 26 – Dust explosions and the Burns Lake mill
- Wed., 25 – Sturgis North steers southwards
- Tue., 24 – 2012: The year of the dragon baby boom
- Wed., 18 – Capturing the cold
- Wed., 18 – Kelowna council approves tiny tax increase
- Mon., 16 – Border Bruins just can't win
- Mon., 16 – The "Southern Gateway Project"?
- Fri., 13 – How secure are police evidence lockers?
- Thu., 12 – The Shuswap gets a heart transplant
- Tue., 10 – Who was Esther Wittaker?
- Mon., 9 – Christina Lake wants weevils
- Mon., 9 – BC's Historical Newspapers
- Fri., 6 – Legal aid
- Thu., 5 – Alzheimers care
- Wed., 4 – Hip replacements
- December 2011
- Wed., 21 – Holiday wine values!
- Tue., 20 – Down the slopes in style!
- Mon., 19 – The end of an era in Salmon Arm...
- Mon., 19 – Best Songs of the Year
- Wed., 14 – The mystery of Santa's golden bell...
- Tue., 13 – Menorah to be built in downtown Kelowna
- Tue., 13 – Behind the veil: explaining the niqab
- Mon., 12 – Kelowna thrift store employs troubled teens
- Wed., 7 – Kelowna Cycle vows to 'rise again'
- Mon., 5 – Kelowna teacher "flips" classroom
- Thu., 1 – Soaring food prices: fact or folly?
- November 2011
- Wed., 30 – What are you doing Friday?
- Tue., 29 – CBC Food Bank Day -- silent auction
- Tue., 29 – Christmas tree takes flight in Kelowna
- Mon., 28 – The changing street names of Oliver
- Mon., 28 – A guide to Egypt's elections
- Fri., 25 – Warming up with Hot Toddies
- Thu., 24 – Cate's American Thanksgiving Stuffing
- Tue., 22 – Kamloops youth share history through art
- Tue., 22 – Tuesday's Traffic Jam Playlist
- Mon., 21 – Peachland man fights to save death row dog
- Sat., 19 – Southern Interior civic election results
- Sat., 19 – B.C. Civic elections -- LIVE on CBC
- Fri., 18 – Tweet Nothings?
- Thu., 17 – Snow in Kelowna
- Mon., 14 – Political Action Committees in Kelowna?
- Thu., 10 – Kelowna Rememberance Day road closures
- Wed., 9 – The man Sparwood tried to ignore
- Fri., 4 – Election Connection: Columbia Valley
- Thu., 3 – Kelowna mayoral debate: Voters' views
- Wed., 2 – Happy 75th Birthday, CBC Radio!
- Tue., 1 – Cultural plan passed in Kelowna
- October 2011
- Fri., 28 – West Kelowna artists paints for Smithsonian
- Thu., 27 – Election Connection: Fernie face-off
- Thu., 27 – Kelowna man loses eye in jail attack
- Wed., 26 – Mayoralty faceoff in Kelowna
- Wed., 26 – Election Connection: West Kelowna
- Wed., 26 – Province cuts back nurse visits to new moms
- Mon., 24 – Finding HOPE on the streets of Kelowna
- Mon., 24 – Checking in on Minor Hockey hits
- Mon., 24 – Election Connection: South Okanagan
- Fri., 21 – Uranium mine lawsuit costs B.C. $30M Audio
- Wed., 19 – Rats overrun Penticton
- Wed., 19 – Election Connection: Vernon and Salmon Arm
- Wed., 19 – Calling all candidates -- to call Daybreak!
- Mon., 17 – Reading the election tea leaves in Kelowna
- Mon., 17 – Parking pain in Kelowna
- Fri., 14 – Armstrong deals with tragedy
- Wed., 12 – The missing women inquiry
- Tue., 11 – Adam's River Sockeye make their return
- Tue., 11 – Steer clear of suspicious Santa
- Thu., 6 – Fuming over gas prices
- Wed., 5 – Watch your water
- Mon., 3 – Listeners take over CBC Kelowna
- September 2011
- Fri., 30 – CBC Kelowna opens its doors!
- Wed., 28 – "Our Okanagan" finalists!
- Mon., 26 – What's the dollar value of a human life?
- Mon., 26 – Hard questions about getting tough on crime
- Mon., 26 – Our stunning Okanagan!
- Fri., 23 – Hopscotch Kelowna
- Thu., 22 – Thumbing it to get to class
- Wed., 21 – The sockeye spawn in Skaha
- Mon., 19 – Take a look at Our Okanagan!
- Thu., 15 – Photo contest: the best of Our Okanagan!
- Wed., 14 – Ogopogo vs. Sasquatch -- who would win?
- Tue., 13 – Abduction suspect caught in Alberta
- Tue., 13 – Half a century of history up in smoke
- Mon., 12 – The hunt for Randall Hopley
- Mon., 12 – Southern Okangan Secondary School burns
- Fri., 9 – Gray vs. Shepherd
- Fri., 9 – Supernova!
- Thu., 8 – Desperate search in Sparwood
- Thu., 8 – AMBER ALERT
- Wed., 7 – Wildfire Smoke Advisory for Kelowna area
- Tue., 6 – Wildfire in West Kelowna
- Fri., 2 – Tomato time!
- Thu., 1 – Local schools plan for labour strife
- August 2011
- Wed., 31 – The REAL Dragons' Den in the Okanagan
- Tue., 30 – Zelda Marathon for Kelowna Hospital!
- Tue., 30 – The HST Magic Wand?
- Mon., 29 – Straw House in West Kelowna
- Fri., 26 – Chasing the Canadian hockey dream
- Fri., 26 – Vallican Whole Hall
- Fri., 26 – Local Jack Layton Memorials
- Thu., 25 – The Battle for Tripoli
- Wed., 24 – Libya after the Gadhafi regime
- Wed., 24 – China likes the taste of Okanagan wine
- Tue., 23 – The political legacy of Jack Layton
- Tue., 23 – Zucchini Support Group
- Mon., 22 – The legacy of Jack Layton
- Mon., 22 – Walker on the washboard
- Fri., 19 – Salmon Arm Roots and Blues Festival!
- Fri., 19 – A fresh start for Westbank history
- Fri., 19 – Prohibition, Gangs and Guns
- Fri., 19 – Kelowna Apple Triathlon: Detours
- Thu., 18 – From coma to triathlon
- Thu., 18 – Kamloops and fighting gangs
- Tue., 16 – Comfort food snobbery!
- Tue., 16 – Thug Life
- Fri., 12 – Brunch Cocktails!
- Thu., 11 – Crash! Bang! Boom!
- Wed., 10 – Questions Over Westbank Land Swap
- Wed., 10 – The London riots: in photos
- Tue., 9 – Restoration of the St. Eugene Church
- Mon., 8 – Market woes
- Mon., 8 – Rubber sidewalks in Kelowna
- Mon., 8 – The mystery of the missing tube!
- Fri., 5 – Questionable land swap part two
- Thu., 4 – Don't cull the wolves
- Wed., 3 – Open season on wolves
- Wed., 3 – A city of garbage in Ethiopia
- July 2011