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Premier Clark to visit town hall today

Premier Christy Clark during a visit to Britco in Penticton in September.

KELOWNA - Christy Clark will be in town this afternoon for a presentation at Kelowna City Hall followed by a small business walkabout.

The Premier will be joined by the Minister of State for Tourism and Small Business Naomi Yamamoto, Kelowna-Lake Country MLA Norm Letnick and Parksville-Qualicum MLA Michelle Stilwell. 

Clark will spend her morning at Kal Tire in Vernon to see a demonstration of a technology product that monitors earthmover tires. It was developed by two Okanagan-based companies. She'll be joined by Vernon-Monashee MLA Eric Foster and representatives from Kal Tire and SST Wireless.

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