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Penticton today: Cough syrup recall, snowfall warnings and more news

Winter road warnings, Buckley’s recalls cough syrups and more news to get your Friday started

Good morning, Penticton.

A few flurries or rain showers are expected this morning turning into a mix of sun then cloud. The high is 8 C and a low of -1 C overnight. For the full weather forecast click here.

Environment Canada issued a snowfall warning for the Coquihalla and Highway 3. Read more: Lots of snow on the way for B.C. highways

ICYMI: Isaiah Kozak’s No. 11 sweater he wore with Penticton Minor Lacrosse and the Flames team hung on a fence at the courts at McLaren Arena on Wednesday as his former teammates and friends gathered to comfort one another. Read more: Community in mourning for lacrosse player

After a 13 year absence, the Vagina Monologues return to the stage in Penticton this weekend. Video: Vagina Monologues return to Penticton

In national news, charges have been laid on two prominent marijuana activists after their dispensaries were raided by RCMP. Their lawyer has promise a court battle is ahead. Read more: Pot activists March and Jodie Emery charged with drug offences

The makers of Buckley’s cough syrup have issued a voluntary recall of six of its products because a defective seal could cause a choking hazard. Read more: Buckley’s recalls six cough syrups due to defective seal

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