Violent Incident at Penticton Boardshop Sparks Concern for Downtown Safety

Penticton, BC – A downtown business owner in Penticton, BC is expressing concern and frustration after a violent incident at his shop, which he believes is indicative of a larger issue in the area. Rob Burnett, the owner of Freeride Boardshop, located on Main Street, reported that one of his employees was assaulted by a … Read more

Parole Board Decision Sparks Outrage After Penticton Woman’s Day Parole for Murder

Penticton, British Columbia – The family and community of Roxanne Louie, an Indigenous woman who was murdered by Grace Robotti, expressed outrage over the recent decision to grant Robotti day parole. The Parole Board of Canada’s lack of awareness of any victims and failure to notify the family and bands about the decision has sparked … Read more

Roxanne Louie – Murdered Indigenous Woman Remembered in Penticton March

It has been nearly a decade since Roxanne Louie was brutally murdered in Penticton, British Columbia. To honor her memory and protest a recent decision by the parole board, a march was organized in her name. Dozens of people, including local chiefs, drummers, and singers, participated in the march to the Penticton Courthouse. The convicted … Read more