Okanagan Edge This Week is our look back at the past week in business in the Okanagan Valley, and beyond.
Local business news
A Vernon business is getting national attention after winning a major award from the Retail Council of Canada.
Mission Group has revealed preliminary details about its plans for the downtown Kelowna property that once housed the Bargain Shop.
Construction on the first of what is scheduled to be 14 residential towers and buildings for a redesigned Capri Centre Mall, could be approved Monday.
The City of Kelowna may uses fees and licensing charges in order to cover the costs of enforcing new cannabis legislation, expected later this year.
As legalization looms, the District of Summerland is moving towards restricting marijuana production facilities to industrial land.
Kelowna residents looking for a casual pint will soon have a new option—at one of the city’s most popular pizza joints.
DunnEnzies has just finished up a major expansion and renovation that has seen it install a full bar and seating for approximately 50 more people at its Ellis Street location in downtown Kelowna.
As ire in the Okanagan continues to build in the face of the province’s proposed “speculation tax,” local communities that won’t be directly hit with the tax are worrying it will even hurt them.
Okanagan residents remain happier with their TV, internet, and cell phone providers than most of the rest of the country.
Business and development organizations across B.C. are banding together in an attempt to pressure the provincial government to scrap its planned “speculation tax.”
BC business news
B.C. Environment Minister George Heyman says he doesn’t expect the province to back down on its battle against the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion during a meeting Sunday with the prime minister and Alberta’s premier.
The City of Vancouver is moving to legalize short-term rental accommodation like Airbnb, but operators will only be able to advertise their principal residence.
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