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Grass fire reported in Smith Creek area of West Kelowna
The Black Mountain Cub Crawl will be coming to Kelowna this summer
Perpetrators get sexual photos of the victim and threaten to share them with friends and families
Canada now has a 4-5-0 record
B.C. wins CFL home opener over Montreal
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Child advocate Bernard Richard leaves B.C. with harsh message
“The silver lining of this self-imposed travel ban has been a better understanding of this country.”
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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Manufacturers think that edibles will do well with users who don’t want to smoke or vape
Newfoundland and Labrador judge named three unmarried adults as legal parents of a child
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