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A Saturday morning look at the major wildfires impact the Okanagan and Similkameen.
On the men’s side, Canada was eliminated in the round of 16 as they were shut out by Argentina 28-0
A brief look at action from the 2018 BC Summer Games in the Cowichan Valley
Summerland Singers and Players perform classic tale on the rails on July 21
Live theatre, concerts, events, art exhibits and more from around the South Okanagan
Alexander Gerst becomes an astronaut musician with live performance from International Space Station
Check out what’s playing in the earbuds of BC Summer Games athletes before they compete
Covert Farms Family Estate winery scores big
Fed raised benchmark rate for a second time this year in June, and projects two more hikes to come
Unpacking the realities of addiction
Faye Arcand is a freelance writer living in the South Okanagan
After months of public engagement, city staff brought forward a framework for municipal regulation of cannabis within Penticton, including the number of stores to be allowed in the city, hours of operation and where they may operate.
The framework will not be finalized likely until October, staff said, with more consultation to be done, including with the business community.
Related: City staff present framework
Recently, the Town of Osoyoos voted on parts of their municipality framework and decided they do not want government-run cannabis retail outlets in their town.
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