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Storm takes out power/trees

Storm takes out power/trees

Power lines down close Westside Road, cause delays on Highway 6, trees block Vernon traffic
Don’t be a statistic: Stay safe this fall

Don’t be a statistic: Stay safe this fall

Fall is known as a bad time for pedestrian accidents in Kelowna and across the Sourthern Interior
Dodgeball is a wild sport - and Canada is very good

Dodgeball is a wild sport - and Canada is very good

World championships set to begin on Friday outside of Toronto
“Trailer Park Boys’ Jim Lahey actor John Dunsworth dead at 71

“Trailer Park Boys’ Jim Lahey actor John Dunsworth dead at 71

He played Jim Lahey in the classic Canadian show
Col. Hadfield encourages audacious ideas at CBT symposium

Col. Hadfield encourages audacious ideas at CBT symposium

Col. Chris Hadfield addressed delegates at the Kimberley Conference Athlete Training Centre.
Calgary mayor’s race draws attention

Calgary mayor’s race draws attention

Calgary mayor’s race most high-profile in Alberta municipal elections
Canadian horse ‘checks in’ to Kentucky motel

Canadian horse ‘checks in’ to Kentucky motel

A video is making the rounds of Canadian horse ‘checking in’ at a pet-friendly Kentucky motel
Loblaws lays off 500 office workers

Loblaws lays off 500 office workers

Loblaw Companies has laid off 500 office workers in a cost-cutting drive
First Nation to sue over tug that spilled 110,000 litres of diesel off B.C. coast

First Nation to sue over tug that spilled 110,000 litres of diesel off B.C. coast

Nathan E. Stewart hit the rocks near Bella Bella in October 2016
Damage from spring floods estimated at over $600,000 in Penticton

Damage from spring floods estimated at over $600,000 in Penticton

The province is expected to cover more than half the costs of repairing Penticton’s lakeshore