What’s happening

Find out about the events happening in your community this weekend

It’s December 1 and the holiday season has officially begun.

From Christmas markets, to community light up events, to photos with Santa it’s all happening this weekend around the Okanagan and Shuswap.

Watch below as Social Squad member Anna Zeitner fills you in on all the details about what’s happening in your region.

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Okanagan Home Hardware centres raise $37,486 for breast cancer research

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Representing himself, Okanagan inmate delays trial

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Man steals poppy box from South Okanagan grocery store

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1898 Yukon gold rush photo featuring Greta Thunberg look-alike sends internet into tailspin

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BC Ferries’ two new hybrid vessels set sail for B.C. from Romania

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