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  • Thompson-Nicola Regional District Update to Residents – Diesel Spill in North Thompson

    Water quality continues to be monitored in the Vavenby area, as a result of the recent diesel spill south of Avola. Residents that use water from the North Thompson River are advised to continue to be cautious and check their water supply for any signs of diesel fuel (sheen or odour).
  • Visual arts program hosts Creative Day workshops for prospective students

    Artists interested in UBC Okanagan’s visual arts program are invited to attend a series of Creative Day workshops on campus.
  • Osoyoos council meeting highlights


  • City hosts 2017 Capital Projects open house

    The City of Vernon is inviting the public to attend the 2017 Capital Projects Consultation Meeting on January 25, from 5 – 7 p.m. in the Auditorium of the Vernon Recreation Centre (3310 – 37 Avenue).
  • Highlights of the Kelowna council meeting

    Imagine Kelowna outcomes & phase 2
  • Kamloops Long Blades to Attend BC Long Track Championships

    Kamloops, BC - Speed Skaters from the Kamloops Long Blades are attending the BC Long Track Championships in Dawson Creek this weekend,  January 21 and 22.
  • Kelowna Art Gallery’s collection now available to the world

    January 18, 2017 – Kelowna, BC: 881 works of art … 166 artists … 1 new website. With the Kelowna Art Gallery’s 40th year in 2017, we are launching the art collection online. Yes, the Gallery’s permanent collection is now available 24/7 for residents and visitors across the globe to explore … online
  • 30 Street road update

    The City of Vernon is advising residents, businesses and drivers that 30 Street between 32 Avenue and 35 Avenue will be closed to all traffic from 6 a.m. on Thursday, January 19 to 2 a.m. on Monday, January 23, as part of the Rogers Hometown Hockey event taking place Saturday and Sunday, January 21 and 22.
  • Denys Lawrence Appointed Canadian Association of Nordic Ski Instructors President

    Vernon, BC – January 17, 2017 –  The Canadian Association of Nordic Ski Instructors (CANSI) has recently appointed Denys Lawrence as their President. CANSI is Canada’s recognized body which oversees the development of technique and methodology for both cross country skiing and Telemark skiing. CANSI aims to provide leadership in the development and communication of innovative teaching and technical standards, for people involved in Nordic ski instruction.
  • Volunteer this week in Kamloops

    Weekly Volunteer Highlights for January 17, 2017 – January 24, 2017

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