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iN VIDEO: Iconic A&W whistle dog returns after fans made enough noise

The Whistle Dog is returning to the A&W menu across Canada and die-hard fans of the iconic fast-food item played a role. The Whistle Dog is a hot dog in a toasted bun topped with relish,...

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Fine dining, at a new high. A Michelin-starred chef will take his cuisine to our upper atmosphere

COPENHAGEN (AP) — Ever since humans have journeyed to space, their meals there have proved to be, well, nothing to write home about. But that could change after a Michelin-starred chef...

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Pig Out Festival returns to Oliver today

The Pig Out Festival is back in South Okanagan today. This food and wine festival is taking place at the Cellar Door and More in Oliver between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m., according to a press releas...

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From frost to drought: Strong start to Okanagan asparagus season despite challenges

It’s finally asparagus season at a North Okanagan farm after cooler spring weather pushed back the predicted start date, and all hands are on deck picking the crunchy green spears. For...

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Experience a Sunrise Breakfast Overlooking the Vineyard

iNwine Spotlight

Nighthawk Vineyards offers a gourmet breakfast experience to guests, served in their luxury tent house accommodations. When your boutique winery has consistently won awards for the best ou...

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Kamloops' first commercial art gallery to jazz up downtown strip

Nightlife in downtown Kamloops is about to get more eclectic as the first commercial art gallery in the city is opening this week, featuring a wine bar and 1930s theme.  “I’...

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As the climate changes, so too do Canadians' farm fields and dinner tables

Canada's farm fields are in the midst of a transformation. As the country rapidly warms from human-caused climate change, farmers are being pushed to reconsider conventional wisdom about...

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Test your mettle with a hot sauce challenge in Kelowna this summer

A Kelowna based hot sauce maker is inviting people to test their spice tolerance for a chance to win a prize. Brutal Condiments’ owner and operator Hayden Duval has created 13 increasi...

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Fruit packers near Kelowna fined another $78,000

A fruit packing plant in the Ellison area east of Kelowna was hit with another $78,368 in fines for discharging effluent into a failed septic field. That’s now more than $110,000 in fi...

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As Okanagan cherry trees begin to bloom, cold snap damage becomes visible

Cherry growers are seeing the damage this winter’s cold snap has done to their trees as the buds begin to bloom, but one farmer said it’s still too early to tell exactly how bad the da...

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