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Prison decision expected today

Premier Christy Clark will be joined by Minister of Public Safety, Solicitor General and Attorney General Shirley Bond and Chief Clarence Louie of the Osoyoos Indian Band to make an announcement benefiting public safety and job creation for families in the Okanagan.

The meeting is set for Monday at 11 a.m.. at the Senkulmen Enterprise Park on Highway 97 in Oliver

The Osoyoos Indian Band, the Penticton Indian Band, Lumby and Summerland had applied for a 360-cell facility.

More to come later

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