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  • The Latest: Poland sends 1 million vaccines to Australia

    SYDNEY — Poland has sent one million COVID-19 vaccines to Sydney where the delta variant continues to spread, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Sunday.
  • In Dubai, Filipina pulls no punches in jokes on Mideast life

    DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Peering out into the darkened audience of a Dubai bar, comedian Imah Dumagay leaned into the microphone and addressed the mistaken perception that many people have across the Middle East when they see a Filipina at a nightclub.
  • The Latest: Germany cautiously opens beer gardens, cafes

    BERLIN — Chancellor Angela Merkel has urged Germans to behave responsibly as large parts of the country relax more pandemic restrictions at the start of the Pentecost weekend.
  • Final goodbye: Recalling influential people who died in 2020

    In a year defined by a devastating pandemic, the world lost iconic defenders of civil rights, great athletes and entertainers who helped define their genres.
  • 'American Tacos' probes a dish's evolution across borders

    RIO RANCHO, N.M. - You can eat one with carne asada and corn tortillas in East Los Angeles, or one with flour and pit-grilled pork known as al pastor in Dallas. Travelers can pick a few up outside of Berlin’s Schonefeld Airport before boarding a flight, or grab one with albondigas and collard greens in Memphis, Tennessee.
  • What's next for a Grand Canyon tram? Prospects are bleak

    FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. - Lawmakers on the country's largest American Indian reservation have shot down a measure to build an aerial tram to take visitors to a riverside boardwalk in the Grand Canyon, with stores, hotels and restaurants above on the East Rim.
  • Chef brings attention to cuisine of Melania Trump's homeland

    NEW YORK - A master chef is bringing attention to the cuisine of Melania Trump's homeland.
  • Popular Indian character actor Om Puri dead at 66

    NEW DELHI - Noted Indian character actor Om Puri, who worked in films at home and abroad, has died in the western city of Mumbai. He was 66.
  • The Wait: Cleveland rocks, aches for sports championship

    CLEVELAND - The tire-swallowing potholes are fixed. A few new luxurious hotels dot the skyline. Flowers and trees seem to have sprouted through cement, brightening downtown and making it almost unrecognizable to even the locals.
  • Director X of Drake's 'Hotline Bling' fame makes film debut with racial drama

    TORONTO - He's made a splash as the music video maestro behind Drake's viral sensation "Hotline Bling" and Rihanna's restaurant dancehall delight "Work." Now, Toronto's Director X is making his debut as a feature film director with "Across the Line," which is inspired by real-life racial tensions that resulted in brawls at Nova Scotia's Cole Harbour High School in 1989.
Cutting taxes on craft spirits in Kamloops, Okanagan could boost Canadian economy
Small craft distilleries are struggling to get a tax break from a federal government that has made them the least competitive in the world. “The birthplace of craft spirits in Canada is in the Okanagan, with Okanagan Spirits and spill
The Kamloops Farmer's is set on a street and lovely parklike setting.
Kamloops Farmers' Market is a delicious adventure
The Kamloops Farmer’s Market is a bi-weekly market that beautifully showcases the bounty from the surrounding areas of the Thompson Valley. The big market happens on Saturdays with around 100 vendors on site selling their products. We

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