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Photographer Katherine Peters captured some cool images of little ones enjoying Easter egg hunts
Green Party leader set to get married in Victoria
The PPC has 36,000 member and plans to run candidates in all 338 ridings
Golf courses in North Okanagan begin their special day/night action
Okanagan Spring Baseball League begins with three teams and plenty of offence
Dean Foster is trying to break the world record for a radio show contest
Hawaii was shocked to learn the Chicago restaurant chain owner had trademarked the name “Aloha Poke”
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The Water Winger can be placed at the peak of a roof without climbing a ladder
Honda says the line being shut down produces about 55,000 vehicles a year
Coates was spotted in West Bank’s Kekuli Café on April 20
15-year-old Bowen O’Brien celebrates filmmaking successes.
Clothing in a bowling lane can transcend the sporty to glamorous
Court actions pile up over pipelines, car insurance, care aides
Minister’s message for Education Week, April 23-27
The days of winter are drawing to close with the spring solstice approaching on March 20.
But just because the calendar tells us it’s spring, doesn’t mean it necessarily feels like it. Sometimes we choose to rely on other signs, even hoping a ground hog and his shadow will indicate when we can expect warmer weather.
So we want to know when do you consider it to be spring?
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Here in the Okanagan, we love our hot, sunny, lake-side summers, but…