“I know our governors are working hard to find a resolution that works with the health authority,” said Chris Laurie, president of the West Kelowna Warriors. Continue reading
After receiving a degree in radio and television production, Travis Lowe worked in Toronto as a camera op and editor.
For the last 25 years, he has been employed as an ENG news cameraman/editor for Global Okanagan.
In the last few years. he’s made the move to the other side of the lens, working as a video journalist.
Travis has managed to combine his passion for fly fishing with his work in the film television industry. He has produced, shot and edited an eight-part mini-series for Global Okanagan in conjunction with Scientific Anglers called “The World of Fly Fishing.”
His most recent films include work for Patagonia, Abel Reels and Montana Fly Company.
Lowe’s “Thai One On” was a fan favorite in the 2013 F3T Film Festival. and his full-length feature film “Finding Fontinalis” was awarded Best Environmental Film by The Drake Awards.
Former hockey player Brady Leavold has created a podcast titled Hockey 2 Hell and Back, where he frankly discusses ‘all things hockey, all things addiction.’ Continue reading →
“I’d like to see a nice boardwalk, bicycle trails, walking trails, place for maybe the kids can play and big development, high rises.” Continue reading →
“We were probably two weeks away from losing everything,” Tanya Garratt said. Continue reading →
“I had to drive all the way to Princeton and back again, a 300-kilometre round trip, and obviously pay for my test, which was $420.” Continue reading →
If you’re in the market for a pet pig, one Okanagan resident wants you to know one thing: “There is no such thing as a micro-mini pig.” Continue reading →
“They are coming in, they are harassing my team and making them feel uncomfortable at work,” said Darci Yeo, owner of Bliss Bakery. Continue reading →
Cawston resident Tim Birmingham has listed his homemade submarine and is asking $94,000 for it. Continue reading →
With the closure of arenas across the country due to COVID-19, this winter’s must-have accessory is proving to be the backyard rink. Continue reading →
“One day, we would like to be as well known as 911 or 811 because this is a service that provides folks help when they are facing life’s challenges.” Continue reading →
“We literally have almost no money left in reserves at all,” said Kelowna Curling Club manager Jock Tyre, adding “every day, we go a little deeper in the hole.” Continue reading →
“We believe that this design could be a game changer,” said UBCO’s Hadi Mohamaddi. Continue reading →
“I mean I did have my hopes up and I’m not going to say I’m not let down a little bit,” Kelowna Chief Marshall Porteous said. Continue reading →
“It’s just a great vibe. You come down, you got the mountains, you got the people, you got the whole thing,” Mike Federko said of downtown Kelowna’s public outdoor rink. Continue reading →
“This is crucial for restaurant survival,” Dine Around Okanagan’s Christina Ferreira said. Continue reading →