Kelowna photographer Shawn Talbot is the subject of a new web series, called 1 Stop Closer. Filmmaker David Nault has been following Shawn as he treks to some of the world's most spectacular locations. They dropped by the studio this week.
The Kelowna Paddle Centre has been given the green light to expand. The centre currently operates on a vacant lot on Abbott street near Cedar Avenue. This week city council voted to offer the club a new five year lease. Rebecca spoke with the centre president Joey Hertz, and KLO Neighbourhood Association president, Bob Whitehead.
This week, we take a closer look at a proposal to construct a three-storey building on Abbott Street in Kelowna. We hear from the Dr. Heather Martin who is behind the plan, and Debby Helf, the president of the Kelowna South-Central Association of Neighbourhoods.
Researchers may be closer to finding proof of the earliest human settlement in North America. And it's right here in BC, on Haida Gwaii. Rebecca spoke with archaeologist Quentin Mackie to find out more.