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  • Inland donation drives home local industry support for Okanagan College’s trades campaign

    Engines were revving and the crowd was cheering as a big cheque was presented to Okanagan College at Inland Kenworth’s open house.
  • CNG fleet innovation coming to Kamloops

    KAMLOOPS – The future of Kamloops Transit will be driven by one of British Columbia’s most important resources: natural gas. The City of Kamloops will be home to a Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) transit fleet, advancing the quality of public transportation for families and the region. A total of 25 new CNG buses will be in service by the spring of 2015.

    Compared to diesel, the primary benefit of CNG buses is lower, more stable fuel prices.

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