Moose in B.C.

Good morning Kelowna, it’s Friday, Oct. 21, 2016

If you're a hunter, you won't be happy to read this first item.

Licences to hunt moose have been reduced to 200 this year. B.C.’s Minister of Forests, and Kelowna-Mission MLA Steve Thomson made the announcement, along with a good chunk of change to protect moose habitat in our province.

Orchard Park Shopping MallOrchard Park and WorkBC are preparing to host a hiring fair next Friday, Oct. 28. Polish up those resumés — and your shoes — to make a good first impression.


Something to do:

• Sandhill Winery hosts happy hour every Friday from 5 to 8 p.m. Drop in to taste multi-award winning vintner Howard Soon’s single-vineyard wines.

• Comedian Ryan ReAves is at Dakota’s tonight, 7-9 p.m.

• The Craig Thomson Hard Bop Quintet is at MTL, on Kirschner, through the early evening dinner service.


Here’s a look forward to Saturday, Oct. 22:

• Remember to get downtown for Small Shop Fall, hosted by Downtown Kelowna Association member businesses.

• Also on Saturday, the Kelowna Peace Group is hosting a conference for like-minded folks in the Southern Interior.

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