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Monday, November 29, 2021

Miscellaneous

Canada’s forest sector announces awards of excellence recipients

Andrew de Vries – Manager, Indigenous Opportunities and Government Relations, Tolko Industries Ltd., Vernon, B.C. – receives FPAC Member of the Year Award As National Forest...

An anonymous letter to the music fans of Kelowna, BC

To the citizens of Kelowna, WE need you now! An anonymous letter to the music fans of Kelowna, BC Frankly, I’m not sure how to start...

PNE Fair comes to a close, prize home and lottery winners announced

This year’s PNE Prize Home is a luxurious, 3,646-square-foot West Coast modern energy-efficient stunner that is located in scenic South Surrey, just minutes away...

L’Oréal Paris celebrates women in cinema

After a year unlike any other, L’Oréal Paris remains dedicated to amplifying the voices of females pioneering change in the industry and inspiring audiences with...

Hodgepodge by Charlie Hodge – I’m afraid to die

I’m afraid to die. There, I have said it. Now you can admit it as well, if indeed that’s how you feel. I am afraid to die...

Shreez Surprised with 2021 SOCAN Gala Award

Québec's most successful songwriters, composers and music publishers will be presented with awards for their tremendous accomplishments in 2020. The 32nd SOCAN Gala is...

Details of BC Vaccine Card announced

Provincial health officials have outlined full details of the BC Vaccine Card, which will be required to be shown as proof of vaccination to access certain businesses,...

Finding Neverland Tea Cottage Naramata

Another treasure awaits in the quaint Village of Naramata in the form of Neverland Tea Cottage Naramata. From Penticton, up Vancouver or Eckhardt Avenue,...

Ronald McDonald House invites support for ‘Home for Dinner’ fundraiser

Home for Dinner is a community fundraising initiative that supports families across British Columbia with children requiring life-saving medical care. Ronald McDonald House BC &...

THE OKANAGAN CULINARY SCENE IS SENSATIONALLY SEASONAL

Summer 2021 is nearly in the books. As I review my calendar and check out the produce charts for what’s ripe now, I think...