Viola Desmond will grace the new $10 bill.

Kelowna’s top five must reads

An evening wrap up of the most important stories to hit the web in Kelowna today.

  • Dec. 8, 2016 12:00 p.m.
  1. New government regulation on wine labels will help consumers know exactly which region of B.C. the wine in their glass is from.
  2. Three Kelowna transplant recipients spread Christmas cheer and buckets of popcorn at Kelowna General Hospital to give back to the people who helped save their lives
  3. Viola Desmond, often described as Canada’s Rosa Parks for her 1946 decision to sit in a whites-only section of a Nova Scotia movie theatre, will be the first woman to be celebrated on the face of a Canadian banknote.
  4. Sub-zero temps, antifreeze, tinsel – The BC SPCA has a great list of tips to keep your furry loved ones safe this season.
  5. Maxine DeHart’s latest column gives us a little taste of all things Kelowna this week.

Send your best story ideas, news tips, photos and video to newstips@kelownacapnews.com.

 

 

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