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What do think of the U.S. idea to build a "security wall" along the Canadian border?
 Total overkill, it's not needed
 A good idea for national security
 Will only hurt relations and cross-border trade
 To keep us out or them in?
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Road closures for marathon
On Sunday, October 9, a number of complete and partial road closures for the Annual BMO Okanagan Marathon will be in effect from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Kelowna. North End (North of Highway 97) ...
Thursday , October 06, 2011

A lying killer or an honest partier?

Neil Snelson is either an innocent man who had sex with a woman who was later murdered, or a lying killer who did a poor job covering his tracks, a jury heard Monday.
The six men and si...

Tuesday , October 04, 2011

Failing grade for growing gap between rich and poor

The Central Okanagan Foundation recently checked this community for 11 vital signs and found only one ‘poor‘ area: the growing gap between rich and poor.
However, the Vital Signs repor...

Tuesday , October 04, 2011

Hunger striker canned

Forklift driver Jeff Bryde returned to work at Okanagan Tree Fruit Cooperative at 7 a.m. Monday. But five to 10 minutes into his first shift after a five-day suspension, the 37-year employ...

Tuesday , October 04, 2011

City in pink: Run for the Cure a big success

Women who heed the advice to get regular mammograms can dramatically reduce the chance they‘ll die from breast cancer, a B.C doctor says.
"In B.C., women who get mammograms annually b...

Monday , October 03, 2011

Glenmore UBCO link still years down the road

A long-sought road link to UBC Okanagan from the Glenmore Valley is still several years away.
Although some pre-design work is being done for the so-called east-west connector, the Cit...

Monday , October 03, 2011

Pets bowwow down for blessing

It wasn‘t the first time Sunday that Riley the dog had been in a house of God.
So it perhaps wasn‘t too surprising that he was quiet as a church mouse as he sat in the lap of his owner...

Monday , October 03, 2011

UBCO celebrates non-violent activism

The cultural studies program at UBC‘s Okanagan campus presents Social Justice Week: A Celebration of Nonviolent Action, starting Monday.
The commemoration marks today‘s International Da...

Sunday , October 02, 2011

Poet says he found voice at college

During his time at Okanagan College, a couple of teachers told Shane Koyczan that to improve his writing he needed to peel away the facade and become more honest with his thoughts.
"I ...

Sunday , October 02, 2011

Kelowna blaze leaves 3 homeless

Three people are in temporary accommodation after being burned out of their Rutland home.
Just before 7 p.m. Friday, the Kelowna Fire Department responded to a report of a blaze in a fo...

Sunday , October 02, 2011

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