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Penticton today: Temperature warming up, CSSHL continues and more news

Tech columnist, opposition members were repeatedly ruled out of order in the B.C. leg. and more news

Good morning, Penticton.

The rain will continue throughout the morning and is forecasted to end near noon. Tonight, cloudy with a 40 per cent chance of showers overnight. The high today is 10 C and low of 6 C. For more weather click here.

The Canadian Sport School Hockey League Championship continues today. Read more: CSSHL renews deal to keep championship in the Okanagan

In case you missed the announcement yesterday, The Offspring and Sublime with Rome are coming this summer to rock the South Okanagan Events Centre. Read more: Offspring and Sublime with Rome coming to Penticton

Keith MacIntyre is a tech columnist for the Penticton Western News and in his latest submission he speaks about the regional innovation opportunity tour and how it is showcasing area businesses. Read more: Tech talk – connections made at the regional innovation opportunity tour

Opposition members were repeatedly ruled out of order in the B.C. legislature Monday as they demanded the BC Liberal government reform the province’s campaign finance laws by banning “big money” donations from corporations and unions. Read more: Clark aims to force donation disclosure

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