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“… Social connections are certainly important for kids,” said Penticton principal Dave Ritchie.
Students around Penticton take part in pre-recorded graduation ceremonies
“Canada is not exempt from racism and oppression,” said Geoff Stathers, standing with his #BLM sign
Shawn Barry Titus, 37, was arrested at a motel in Osoyoos on May 21
For almost two hours, council debated the proposed pilot project, before eventually passing it 4-2
RCMP say the man died at the scene from catastrophic injuries
The incident involving a motorcycle happened just before 4 p.m.
Company says, “lots of new safety and sanitation measures will be put in place.”
Footage shows the release of ‘Peli’, an endangered Pelican who has been recovering since last fall
This is the first piece of public art that has been stolen from Lars Baggenstos
Barbershop owners relieved to get back to work, shops flooded with calls
It’s unknown what caused the boat to flip or if there were any injuries
“Lets all keep her and her family wild and the community safe,” said WildsafeBC on Facebook
“Thankfully no one was injured,” says RCMP
What could wineries look like this summer? That’s what the BC Wine Institute is working on
Public playgrounds and indoor courts within the RDOS remain closed
The race is instead set to take place Aug. 29, 2021, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Residents encouraged to start preparing for localized flooding
“… It is ultimately the players who suffer,” said club president Iain MacIntyre.
Campground will have multiple negative effects, says stewardship association