Millennials don’t deserve ‘lazy’ label, says author

Author says millennial generation will be harbingers of change

Okanagan can learn from Washington’s wine industry growth

Winery owner cites importance of industry collaboration

Green Gov. Jay Inslee opposes Trans Mountain, quietly

Washington uses same pipeline, Alaska tankers for petroleum industry

Privacy watchdog to explore Facebook leak

Canadian expert says his analytics company helped Trump campaign capitalize on private Facebook info

Woman struck and killed by self-driving Uber vehicle

Ride-hailing company suspends all road-testing of such vehicles in U.S. and Canada

  • Mar 19th, 2018

Progress on fixing Phoenix pay system backlog could be short-lived: Ottawa

Feds have said they won’t try to recover money overpaid until all outstanding issues are fixed

Peak Axe Throwing opens in Revelstoke
Average Canadian food bill to rise by $348 in 2018
Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world this week
PC Plus and Shoppers Optimum points programs are merging

Manufacturing sales fell 1.0 per cent in January: Statistics Canada

Motor vehicle, aerospace and primary metal industries lead drop in manufacturing sales

Business spotlight: PJ’s Restaurant on the move

A quick look at the Shuswap’s business scene

  • Mar 15th, 2018

Economic outlook projects stable growth for B.C.

But economist says new NDP housing taxes pose concern

Latest U.S. government duty decision alleges newsprint ‘dumping’

‘We will not be pushed around,’ says BC Jobs Minister Bruce Ralston

Business groups call for payroll tax to be cancelled

NDP government under fire for ‘double dipping’ employer health tax

Career options abound at Black Press Career Fair

Black Press hosted its second annual Extreme Education and Career Fair Monday in Kelowna

Black Press hosts career fair in Kelowna today

Event will take place at Okanagan College from 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

  • Mar 12th, 2018

B.C. airports aiming to adapt to technological demands

Airport managers talk about the future of travel

B.C. tourism can lead in long-term sustainability

Facing the realities of climate change, collaboration and conserving ecosystems

Tourism minister unveils new marketing campaign

Province to spend $150,000 to promote wine and food tourism

Tourism strategy embraces digital technology

Digital platform initiatives to reach out directly to tourists lauded at Kelowna conference

Premier John Horgan vows union public construction (with video)

Pattullo bridge replacement marks return to ‘project labour agreements’

Canadian internet users looking more beyond Google and Facebook: report

Facebook, FB Messenger, YouTube, Google Search and Google Maps top 5 most used apps

Rebates offered for vehicle chargers at home and at work

B.C. program pays 75% of cost for homes, 50% for workplaces