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Why drought on the prairies is making your steak more expensive

Why drought on the prairies is making your steak more expensive

Experts says impacts could last for years
Curbside food waste collection to be served to Central Okanagan residents

Curbside food waste collection to be served to Central Okanagan residents

Public engagement found 73 per ent of respondents support a curbside food waste program
Salmon Arm council balks on bylaw exemptions for backyard chickens

Salmon Arm council balks on bylaw exemptions for backyard chickens

Council suggests working through official community plan review process
Summerland library becoming a hub for youth

Summerland library becoming a hub for youth

20 to 30 teens gather in building each school day during noon break
Food security, irrigation workshop to be held in Lake Country

Food security, irrigation workshop to be held in Lake Country

The workshop is being hosted Feb. 23
Lab-grown milk protein could be headed to Canada soon

Lab-grown milk protein could be headed to Canada soon

Israeli lab says it has permission to use its product in Canadian animal-free dairy products
‘Kidney Alley’ latest effort to help B.C. residents with kidney disease

‘Kidney Alley’ latest effort to help B.C. residents with kidney disease

Hotdog king Skully White aims to raise kidney donation awareness with wall at Abbotsford Centre
WOLF: Trying to avoid the iconic McRib this time around

WOLF: Trying to avoid the iconic McRib this time around

COLUMN: Sandwich makes return to Canada for first time in 10 years
Vernon church delivers nourishment for students

Vernon church delivers nourishment for students

Faith Baptist celebrates 20 years of Breakfast Program at elementary, secondary schools
Halal food industry growing to meet demand as Muslim population rises

Halal food industry growing to meet demand as Muslim population rises

Nearly 5 per cent of Canadians are Muslim, according to the 2021 census