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Penticton today: Win Fest of Ale tickets, Canada water week events and more news

News from here, there and everywhere to get your Wednesday started

Good morning, Penticton.

It will be cloudy with a 70 per cent chance of showers today. The wind will pick up to 30 kilometres per hour in the afternoon. Tonight showers are expected, clearing up near midnight. The high is 10 C and low is 2 C. See more weather by clicking here.

A British Columbia credit union says the province’s economy will remain strong through 2019. Read more: B.C. economy to grow more slowly over next two years

About 200 youth from around the Okanagan took part in a day-long mental health summit. Read more: Youth summit breaks silence about mental health

Both the Town of Oliver and the developer are eager to bring the proposed 80-room hotel to the community, a development the town has been eyeing up for nearly 15 years. Read more: Hotel chain eager to build in Oliver

The Okanagan Basin Water Board has organized several events to celebrate both World Water Day (March 22) and Canada Water Week (March 19 to 25). Read more: Conserving our water

Taste your way through town at craft beer themed events taking place during Okanagan Beer Week. Read more: Okanagan Fest of Ale adds new twist

Here is your chance to win tickets to the Okanagan Fest of Ale, all you have to do is like our page on Facebook and share the post below on your page for a bonus chance:

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