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With cancer treatment set to begin, Chilliwack Progress reporter Jessica Peters has a few words of advice.
The City of Kelowna wants to keep pot shops off the main streets of two of its major commercial centres.
In a report going to city council Monday, planning department staff are recommending exclusion zones for marijuana retail operations once cannabis is legalized in Canada this summer. The proposed no-go areas would include Bernard Avenue downtown and South Pandosy Street.
But what do you think? Where would you like to see the shops located?
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