News Releases

  • Goal! Beasley Park scores community recreation grant

    KELOWNA – Beasley Park Soccer Field will receive $400,000 from the Ministry of Community, Sport, and Cultural Development’s Community Recreation Program to help fund a project…

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  • A big impact on auto theft

    KELOWNA – 2012 marks the 10th anniversary of the Province’s Bait Car Program – and March also happens to be Auto Crime Enforcement Month.  Since 2002,…

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  • Interior pain clinic

    I believe, as do my colleagues Ben Stewart and Steve Thomson, there is a need for a clinic that deals with chronic pain in the…

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  • Civil forfeiture grant application deadline next week

    KELOWNA – The application deadline for Civil Forfeiture Grants is approaching.  The deadline for applications is February 24, 2012. These grants are available to organizations focusing…

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  • Letnick to hold twitter town hall on housing

    VICTORIA –Kelowna-Lake Country MLA Norm Letnick is expanding his social media engagement with Kelowna and Lake Country residents with a Twitter Town Hall. On February 22nd,…

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  • MLA Letnick responds to Adrian Dix

    So it appears Adrian Dix believes we have taken this area “for granted.” Mr. Dix is trying to rewrite history – again! Perhaps he didn’t…

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  • More support for Okanagan mental health programs

    KELOWNA – The Community Action Initiative (CAI), a province-wide program that supports mental health and substance use projects and innovation in B.C., is awarding $200,000 to…

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  • Newcomers to Kelowna to receive settlement services

    KELOWNA – Newcomers to Kelowna will receive enhanced immigrant settlement services to help them settle into their new lives and gain employment through $497,933.33 in funding…

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  • No monkeying around: Anne McClymont primary receives playground funding

    KELOWNA –Anne McClymont Primary School’s Parent Advisory Council is receiving a $10,000 reimbursement for playground equipment.  The funding is part of $2.4 million to reimburse…

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  • Kelowna corrections officer receives award

    KELOWNA – Charlene Lewis from Kelowna Youth Probation was among 28 corrections and probation officers from around the province honoured at the Solicitor General’s annual…

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