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Genetic technique gets results against cancer

Genetic technique gets results against cancer

Premier Christy Clark announces $3 million boost to DNA project that offers new hope for cancer patients
2016 was busiest construction year in Lake Country history

2016 was busiest construction year in Lake Country history

Residential construction, Lake Country Town Centre push construction ahead
Review finds 117 B.C. children in care housed in hotels

Review finds 117 B.C. children in care housed in hotels

Report follows tragic death in Abbotsford of Alex Gervais, who spent 49 straight days in a hotel
St. Francis Anglican in Lake Country ready to help welcome family of nine from Syria

St. Francis Anglican in Lake Country ready to help welcome family of nine from Syria

Together with other Lutheran and Anglican Churches, St. Francis is ready to help
Lake Country Food Bank finally has its permanent home with completion of community project

Lake Country Food Bank finally has its permanent home with completion of community project

The Lake Country Food Assistance Society will start moving into its million dollar home over the next month
NewLeaf introduces low-cost direct flights from Kelowna to Winnipeg, Regina, Hamilton, Saskatoon

NewLeaf introduces low-cost direct flights from Kelowna to Winnipeg, Regina, Hamilton, Saskatoon

Introductory one-way rates beginning at $89 out of Kelowna
More snow hits the Okanagan Valley thanks to lazy low pressure system

More snow hits the Okanagan Valley thanks to lazy low pressure system

The year starts with another dump of snow, a surprise dump that wreaked havoc on roads
Byelections set for two vacant B.C. seats

Byelections set for two vacant B.C. seats

Jenny Kwan resigned last July and Douglas Horne in August to run in the federal election and will be replaced Feb. 2
B.C. Conservatives looking for leader

B.C. Conservatives looking for leader

Dan Brooks says he can't go on as 'volunteer leader' after quelling revolt against former leader John Cummins, serving two years
B.C. makes quitting smoking easier

B.C. makes quitting smoking easier

Participants can register at a pharmacy, and receive 12 weeks worth of nicotine inhalers or lozenges as well as patches or gum