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CENTURY 21 Assurance Realty Ltd.
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Westside, Westbank is now officially renamed District of West Kelowna

  The wait for an official municipal name for the  residents of Kelowna's former Westside is almost over.  The province of British Columbia is expected to give the green light to the new name "District of West Kelowna".  The desire of Westside residents to have their own identity has been a long process.  The irony here is that there is nothing too unique to the ...

Conservatives offer billions in tax cuts and incentives in newly reworked budget

Well Steven Harper and his minority Conservative Government announced billions in tax credits for Canadians today!  Finance Minister Jim Flaherty gave Canadians some good news as he went over the Federal Government's plan to kick start the stalled out economy.  The proposed tax cuts and relief are aimed at getting consumer spending back up and instilling some confidence in the future.  ...

Kelowna Power Substation on Benvoulin receives approval

Benvoulin substation gets approval by Ron Manz - Power 104 - Story: 44541 Jan 21, 2009 / 5:30 pm Kelowna based FortisBC has been given approval to construct it's new Benvoulin Substation on Casorso Road. The BC Utilities Commission gave the green light to the $17.7 million project Wednesday. The substation will be built in an old gravel pit site north of the Kelowna and District Fish & Game ...

RDCO sports a new and improved mapping system

I stopped by the RDCO website and checked it out for the new mapping system for myself and it certainly is an improvement over it's predecessor.  I can see where consumers will benefit from the new map but as with all new product launches it still has some kinks to be worked out.  As an agent I know I will make this site a part of my routine when looking up information on properties. ...

Kelowna foreclosures are very rare indeed!

For current foreclosure stats please visit: Okanagan Foreclosure Properties Foreclosures are few and far between in the Central Okanagan today.  The Kelowna Real Estate Market has returned to more of a balanced one with homes taking longer to sell and buyers have more selection.  There are also a number of "Subject to Sale" deals where one home owner is waiting for another ...

Sports Arena receives Kelowna City Council initial stamp of approval

City Council has approved a Sports Arena in the downtown core and close to the Cultural District of Kelowna.  The main opposition seems to be the structure itself.   The artist conception below looks more like an outdoor tent than a sports facility but there is definitely some merit to this type structure and that would be cost!  There is no doubt that the downtown area ...

The Mission Aquatic Centre may have a new name soon

I read this article and I am still scratching my head over the reasoning behind the name change.  I can understand that The City of Kelowna needs to secure some corporate sponsorship to bring in an additional revenue stream.  I also understand that whatever company steps up to sponsor the new pool would want their name prominently featured in the official name given to the facility.  ...

Big White Ski Resort has started $5 Fridays again

Are you looking for a fun and inexpensive evening out with the family?  Then Big White's $5 Fridays are the perfect answer to keeping your family entertained.  You can purchase your cheap evening pass right at the resort and it is good from 5:00pm until 8:00pm.  The lit ski paths are very friendly for the novice skier and challenging terrain can be found for the more experienced as well.  ...

City of Kelowna Council reduces 2009 budget handing tax payers a 3.35% increase

In a effort to make the tax payers wallet a little less burdened Kelowna City Council met "overtime" and managed to trim some fat off the 2009 budget.  As a result, the average home owner will pay approximately $55 more on this year's tax bill.  I applaud Mayor Sharon Sheperd and city council for trimming what they were able to and save the taxpayers of Kelowna some monies.  ...

Now that is one large pothole even by Kelowna standards.

Having personally been a victim of what looked at first like a water puddle only to have one of my tires blow out a second later, I can really relate to this story!  A lot of the snow we have accumulated over the past few weeks has begun to melt due to the warmer weather.  As a result some nasty potholes have started rearing their ugly heads around Kelowna and are unfortunately ...