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Tim Hortons serves smiles, cash to Vernon hospital foundation
Smile Cookie campaign raises nearly $28,000
Dix plans summer tour as B.C. hospitals, health care facing ‘crises’
Okanagan Indian Band holding huge powwow in honour of late councillor
Frack Free BC comes to Vernon to spotlight ‘fracking issues’ in the province
Decision delayed on Vernon murder suspect’s ability to stand trial
Vernon girls rugby team finishes sixth in province in inagural season
Okanagan MP, community rallies to keep young family from being deported
Hardeep Singh Chahal, his pregnant wife Kamaldeep Kaur and daughter want to stay in Penticton
More than 12K BC Hydro customers without power in Kamloops, Clearwater, Valemount
Transmission circuit failure is to blame for the outage
UPDATE: Evacuation order issued for Tumbler Ridge due to wildfire
PHOTOS: Pride flag set on fire during night of alleged hate crime in Hope
Soards Creek Wildfire grows to over 1,100 hectares north of Revelstoke
Vernon RCMP release sketch of child-luring suspect
Man dies after going into medical distress while swimming in Vancouver Island lake
BCPFA U19 flag football championships held June 9-11
Tournament brings more than 180 teams, 2,000 people together
700 female lacrosse players travel to Lower Mainland for province-wide tournament
Reign Storm tournament takes place in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows from June 8 to 11
Gauld nets winner as Whitecaps beat CF Montreal to claim Canadian Championship
The Iron Sheik, charismatic former pro wrestling villain and Twitter personality, dies at 81
Lionel Messi picks MLS’s Inter Miami in a move that stuns soccer after exit from Paris Saint-Germain
‘Disconnect’: B.C.-raised Kongbo didn’t last long with BC Lions, who quickly traded him
Spallumcheen Golf Course men’s night results
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Kimberley’s Steve Tersmette releases second Waterfall Hikes book
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Whale of a tale: Deer evades being eaten by orca off Vancouver Island
Bigg’s whales feed on marine mammals such seals, sea lions and porpoises
VIDEO: Black bear pays visit to Coldstream resident
Low-carb breakfasts could be beneficial for managing Type-2 diabetes: B.C. study
PODCAST: Building and renovating healthier homes can improve our livability
Dust devil swirls up into Lake Country sky
The things you find on the internet: Capture your own Okanagan Bigfoot
What’s happening around the North Okanagan
COMMUNITY CALENDAR: Check out what’s on this week, and beyond, around Vernon and area
Move to Cure ALS at Vernon’s Polson Park
Karen Gossen is one of more than 500 in the province who are currently living with the fatal disease
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Bid Group’s Salmon Arm branch celebrating 2,000 days without time lost to injuries
‘It’s extremely unheard of to have this many safety days in our industry…’
Side hustle turns into full-time passion for B.C. entrepreneur
Natasha Acuba-Bailey created Manila Kitchen as a secondary source of income
Apple is expected to unveil a sleek, pricey headset. Is it the device VR has been looking for?
Amazon to pay $31 million in privacy violation penalties for Alexa voice assistant and Ring camera
CEOs got smaller raises, but would still take employees 2 lifetimes to match annual pay
Freedom Mobile workers seeking union after acquisition: Teamsters Canada
Canada’s economy continues to outperform, raising odds of rate hike next week
Vernon SPOTLIGHT Series schedule set
Two-time Juno Award winner begins the series at Vernon Performing Arts Centre Sept. 25
Two-day Fintry art show set
The fusion show featuring 11 artists at the beautiful Manor House runs June 24 and 25 with other events
Chuck Todd leaving NBC political panel show ‘Meet the Press’ and being replaced by Kristen Welker
Falkland author to read from debut novel at Vernon library
Coldstream heritage home summer concert schedule set
Okanagan Dream Rally cancelled for 2023, coming back next year as biennial event
Penticton restaurant hosts first-ever Barking Lot Party
Secrets and Lives with Suzanne Degner
Kelowna has always been on my radar
Business Sense with Glenn Rogers
The right fit at Marshall’s Home Living
THE MOJ: Robinson’s time to shine
Lions’ receiver has breakthrough game in Regina
Uzelman: Despite David Johnston’s report, a public inquiry is essential
A column by Bruce Uzelman
People across Canada have been waking up to find putting the spread on their toast a bit tougher.
Has your butter changed from how you remember it?
Starting with a cookbook author’s comment on Twitter, Canadians began to share how the butter they were using wasn’t as soft as they were used to after leaving it out.
The Dairy Farmers of Canada even officially asked its members to consider not using palm oil in their feed as a potential reason for why people have been encountering harder butter.
Of course, a part of how hard your better is depends on how you like to keep your kitchen.
Let us know how you feel about your butter by voting in our poll below.
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