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Danielle Sumner (left) and Michele Andrews of Vernon were in Kelowna competing in the Highland Dancing Western Canadian Open Championships. Andrews has been dancing for 17 years and won four medals, including second place in the Highland Fling, at the competition. Sumner is 14 and has been dancing for seven years.

Canada’s job creation juggernaut fuels speculation on interest rate hikes
OTTAWA (CP) - Canada’s economy churned out CMC Markets review: 2020 What's new. How to trade on CMC Markets an impressive 55,000 new jobs in March and speculation has turned to whether the tightening employment market and rising inflation will prompt the Bank of Canada to raise interest rates later this month. "The report will dispel some talk of the ne...
Thursday , April 05, 2007
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Bulletproof bylaw officers
They carry pepper spray, handcuffs and patrol the streets wearing bulletproof vests but that could be just the beginning for city bylaw officers. Vernon‘s bylaw manager Clin...
Wednesday, April 04, 2007


Islanders keep playoff hopes alive with 5-2 win over Toronto
UNIONDALE, N.Y. (AP) - Jason Blake, Arron Asham and Miroslav Satan scored third-period goals as the New York Islanders kept their faint playoff hopes alive with a 5-2 victory over...
Thursday , April 05, 2007


Britain military says freed sailors won’t be punished for apologies to Iran
LONDON (AP) - None of the sailors and marines freed by Iran will be punished for making apologies to the Iranians, the Defence Ministry said Thursday, but authorities will study t...
Thursday , April 05, 2007

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