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Our Oct-Nov issue digs deep into the profiles of Thompson Okanagan shoppers and we're celebrating how UBCO makes a big difference to so many facets of life in the Valley. Wine writer Michael Botner showcases a quintet of fabulous wines from selected producers on the multi-faceted Naramata Bench.
Our September issue features a stunning showcase of Thompson Okanagan homes. Publisher Paul Byrne weighs in on the federal election and writer Shannon Linden presents some compelling reasons for protecting your kids — and everybody else’s — with vaccinations. Wine writer Michael Botner urges you to stock your cellar with Corkscrew Drive classics wines from Okanagan Falls Wine Country.
Our July-August issue features tennis champion Vasek Pospisil from Vernon, BC on our cover. Writer Yvonne Turgeon follows Vasek Pospisil's tennis career from the tender age of 6 years to hoisting the Wilmbledon Championship cup last July. Wine writer Michael Botner explores the new wine route in cool Kamloops. From herbs to scans, writer Dona Sturmanis catches up on the latest health services on the Thompson Okanagan region.
Our June issue features the Okanagan Valley and Thompson’s Best Restaurants Awards – now including Kamloops restaurants. Thanks to all our readers for helping us present these awards for the 21st year. Wine writer Michael Botner brings us new vineyards, new wineries and new players in the burgeoning wine region of the Similkameen. Our feature story on Golf Tech by Dona Sturmanis shows how the latest electronic wizardry can shave strokes from your golf score.
The 2015 Progress magazine celebrates Okanagan business stories. Cover story Real Estate Outlook: local experts help us crystal ball the regional real estate market for 2015 as writer Bruce Kemp looks at what's hot and what's not when it comes to that final buying decision.
See our list of featured Okanagan businesses stories.
Our February issue features the Good Life in the Okanagan from big bold red wines to winter staycations. It's a Journey to the Dream Job with Dona Sturmanis and a feature on Pension Peril from freelancer Dawn Renaud. We’re also in the kitchen with Okanagan chef Nik Theodorakis of Theo's Restaurant, a long standing best restaurant award winner.
Listen to Andrew Allen's I Wanna Be Your Christmas
Our December issue features the Best of the Okanagan readers' choice awards. On the cover is the Okanagan Best Musician Andrew Allen. We have some Choral Magic as Okanagan choirs sing it high and we're in the kitchen with chefs Steve Kooijman (Friesen's Countrytyme Gardens) and Stewart Glynes (The Bench Market), both award winners for Best Breakfast.
Our October issue features the revitalization of main streets in the Okanagan. We’re also living the Good Life with the Best Chef in the South Okanagan, Paul Ceccinni, and exploring what's new with Kelowna wineries with wine writer Michael Botner. Get in person with Christine LeFaivre and her groundbreaking work in traumatic brain injury rehabilitation.
Search our site for online articles from past issues. See our archive of Feature stories.
PDFs of our archives are available. For issues not available online, please email our web editor or search our site for online articles from past issues.
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...