Good morning Okanagan! Hope you had a great weekend! Now let’s get your week started!
Fun Fact: 300 million years ago, dragonflies were the size of large birds.
On this day
In 1908, Albert Einstein announced his quantum theory of light.
In 1993, Don Shula becomes the winningest head coach in NFL history
In 1997, Maple Ridge, B.C. native and Colorado Rockies outfielder Larry Walker wins the National League MVP award.
In 2002, ‘Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets’ is released in theatres.
In 2006, James Bond film ‘Casino Royale’ premieres in theatres.
Today is Children’s Day, International Girls Day, Anti-Bullying Week, Loosen Up Lighten Up Day, National American Teddy Bear Day, National Pickle Day, National Seat Belt Day, National Family PJ Day, National Spicy Guacamole Day, World Diabetes Day, and World Orphans Day.
Weather forecast from Environment Canada
In Salmon Arm
In case you missed it
The Okanagan Sun are national champions. Learn more here.
Bryan Adams: Still rockin’ after all these years. Learn more here.
Funding falling short for Okanagan’s Friends of Fintry. Learn more here.
Imagine taking your SAT test and having to take it again because the UPS driver lost them…
Students at a Texas high school will retake their SATs after many of their sheets flew off a UPS truck.
“They were like, ‘Hey, this is not our fault whatsoever. It’s on the UPS, but you still have to retake it,’” one student said. “So that was annoying.”https://t.co/DTdKA44WxB
— The New York Times (@nytimes) November 8, 2022
If your birthday is today, you share a birthday with actor Josh DuHamel (50), actor Patrick Warburton (58), drummer Travis Barker (47), and King Charles III (74).
Have a great Monday everyone!