Kelowna Mayor asks that you go ‘wake free’

In his second flood related video, Mayor Colin Basran asks Kelowna to not make any waves

Mayor Colin Basran is asking Kelowna residents and visitors go “wake free” this weekend as they get out and enjoy the hot weather.

In a video message, Basran points out that the wakes caused by boats are damaging personal and public property and that going wake free is the best way forward.

Basran’s concern over recent flooding prompted him to decide not to go to the Federation of Canadian Municipalities in Ottawa this week.

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