Our readers have voted for 2018 Best of the Okanagan awards. Young Jaeden Izik-Dzurko tickles the ivory, Dr. Evans makes new dino discoveries and writer David Wylie is digging deep into the deceit on the web. Our wine reviews explore the richness of big Bordeaux-style reds from Bartier Bros., C. C. Jentsch Cellars, Hester Creek, Poplar Grove, Rollingdale and Summerhill Pyramid Winery. Check back to Our Pages for articles posted from this issue.
Our October/November issue celebrates 30 years of bringing our readers the stories of the Okanagan. Our real estate developers are mixing it up in our feature story. Writer Patti Shales Lefkos is marking milestone birthdays, Judie Steeves is in the kitchen at True Grain Bakery, and wine reviewer Mireille Sauve is exploring the distinction of Okanagan Falls wine.
BC craft beer reviews plus our 2018 BC Cider Award winners.
Movie making Okanagan Style - Nicolas Cage films in the Okanagan.
Terroir wines and more.
Our May 2018 issue features the great vintages from the Okanagan Life's 2018 Best of BC Wine Awards. Our feature Ready golf! explores the new rules and new moves for golfers. We explore the traditional foods of the Syilx people at Indigenous World Winery and we're in person to with Shannon Christenson from Mamas for Mamas.
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Our Progress 2018 issue features Okanagan business profiles, the Olympic Gold Rush as Okanagan Olympians fly high and fast on the hills of PyeongChang; and an in-depth look at how the Okanagan economy heats up when the temps cool down — Winter Economic. On the cover is Kelowna's Kelsey Serwa celebrating her Olympic gold in ski cross.
Our December 2017 issue features the Okanagan Life's 2017 Best of the Okanagan Awards. See how the Okanagan is cultivating a growing industry in our cannabis feature by David Wylie. Our new tech column looks at ways to get outdoors, with app in hand and device free. Our sommelier offers some festive BC wine picks for winter frolicking.
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Our September/October 2017 issue includes Okanagan developers' showcase, a feature on the future of cities and a look back at the flood of summer of 2017. Our Good Neighbours poses the question, can farmers and developers compromise where the land meets? Wine writer Yvonne Turgeon explores the many expressions of the grapes of Champagne and encourages you to put a little bubbly in your glass. (Annual subscription plans are available.)
Our June 2017 issue features the Okanagan Life's 2017 Best Restaurants Awards. See how nature rebounds with our conservation feature by Judie Steeves. Our Good Neighbours features Vernon volunteers and were in person with Kelowna playwright Sean Harris-Oliver. Delve into Okanagan heritage with our Valley tour inspired by Canada 150.
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More Archives from 2013-2010
Rehabilitation assistant Garth Wale identifies as a husband, a dad, a brother, a 31-year employee of Interior Health; and a proud member of the Gitxsan First Nation.
Living along the shoreline of Okanagan Lake is exquisite. Keeping shores natural can enhance property value, protect water resources and preserve the beautiful vistas for everyone’s enjoyment and benefit.
Gold Medal Plates Kelowna is becoming a farm-to-table culinary destination, no matter what season. The city has been host to the Canadian Culinary Championships (CCC), affectionately known as Gold Medal Plates, since 2004 and has helped to generate over...
The great part about anniversaries is taking time to reflect. Delving into our magazine archives, we once again came face to face with the passionate people who strengthen our communities and the creative artists who fill the Valley with art, song and laughter.
Okanagan developers are reviving urban centres with a mix of workplaces, greenspaces and lofty living.
100 Kids Who Care Kelowna knows that choosing where your money goes can go a long way towards creating good communities. At their latest event, the kids write inspirational chalk art messages of volunteering and giving back along the promenade...
Vancouver, Calgary and Toronto may make the top 10 list of the most liveable cities in the world, but for Okanaganites, our scenic valley with its natural beauty and mid-sized-city vibe make this a home like no other. Despite the beauty around...
Welcome to the Progress 2018 magazine . Progress 2018 brings you the latest from the following Okanagan businesses. We encourage you to support your communities by shopping local. Ace Plumbing & Heating Bohemian Cafe & Catering Boyd Autobody & Glass...