Ricardo Scebba says taste is a matter of honour—honouring the lessons taught to him by his mother...Read More
Author: Bruce Kemp
For Glenn Mandziuk the possibility of any career outside of tourism and economic development was a non-starter. He was literally born into the profession and has used everything he’s learned to make a name for himself and, more importantly, the organizations he’s led.Read More
Canadians now live an average of nearly two decades past their 65th birthday, often forcing boomer generation kids and aging spouses to make the heart-wrenching decision to place a loved one in residential care …Read More
Anya Mayoss-Hurd’s sign should be fire. The 16-year-old redhead arrived in Canada from Birmingham, England, on the day lightning set Okanagan Mountain Park ablaze. She used the experience in a required speech for the Peachland Ambassador program that led to her coronation as Miss Teen Okanagan at the Miss Teen British Columbia competition. Now that speech is helping to carry her to the Miss Teen Canada finals in Toronto on July 9.Read More
How do you determine the difference between a novel, a novella and a long short story? On some levels it makes no difference, but to Kelowna author, Celeste Catena, it may mean her place in the history books as the world’s youngest novelist.
“I’ve always had a love for reading and writing. …
Bucking the dour headlines, Anodyne Electronics Manufacturing Corp. (AEM) is a bright spot in the firmament. With little more than a year under its belt the new company has managed to keep 49 manufacturing jobs from going south of the border …Read More