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Lake Country Food Assistance Society looking for volunteers

Lake Country Food Assistance Society looking for volunteers

With planned move over to the new building, some extra volunteers are needed.
Oceola Club among fish and game groups to support Mission Creek Restoration Initiative

Oceola Club among fish and game groups to support Mission Creek Restoration Initiative

Local fish and game clubs supporting efforts to widen the dikes on the creek to allow for better habitat and increase flood plain
Smart meter system finishes under budget

Smart meter system finishes under budget

Officially complete for $777 million, wireless grid still needs rural extension using cellular networks to reach across B.C.
Two man race for president of the B.C. Fruit Grower's Association

Two man race for president of the B.C. Fruit Grower's Association

Jeet Dukhia, a Vernon orchardist, will go up against incumbent Fred Steele, from Kelowna.
B.C. aims to hire 1,600 more nurses

B.C. aims to hire 1,600 more nurses

Registered nurse positions first promised in 2012, but only 500 filled since then and the rest needed by March 31

Okanagan Indian Band says defense department misleading public over enexploded ordinances

With the issue coming to the forefront with different media coverage, OKIB takes issue with statement from DND
Retired Central Okanagan school superintendent joins UBC’s Faculty of Education

Retired Central Okanagan school superintendent joins UBC’s Faculty of Education

Hugh Gloster brings 36 years’ experience in education to program renewal
B.C. seeks relief for aging population costs

B.C. seeks relief for aging population costs

Premier Christy Clark wants new deal for aging population, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promised to renegotiate federal formula

Lake Country catchment issue settled at Central Okanagan School Board

Board of trustees votes to adjust catchments to send Woodsdale Road to Oyama Traditional and SW quadrant to Peter Greer
BCTF dispute heading to top court

BCTF dispute heading to top court

Education Minister Mike Bernier says 'relationship never better' as union gears up for one last appeal over teacher staffing levels