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Cindy Derkaz Gets N/Ok Shuswap Federal Liberal Nomination
Liberal Party members in the North Okanagan Shuswap region agreed to nominate Cindy Derkaz as their Federal Candidate at this past weekend's meetings in Salmon Arm and Vernon. Derkaz says those events saw great turnout numbers "We had a large ... Read More...

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9/29/2014

Cindy Derkaz Gets N/Ok Shuswap Federal Liberal Nomination

Liberal Party members in the North Okanagan Shuswap region agreed to nominate Cindy Derkaz as their Federal Candidate at this past weekend's meetings in Salmon Arm and Vernon. Derkaz says those events saw great turnout numbers "We had a large crowd in Vernon, and standing room only in Salmon Arm; ... Read More...
9/30/2014

Getting Ahead Of Fire Prevention Week

B.C's Annual Fire Prevention Week is set to begin on October 5th, and with it comes reminders about to make sure your home is as safe as possible as Winter approaches. CSRD Fire Services Co-ordinator Kenn Mount says now may be a good time to check out the condition of ... Read More...
9/30/2014

Electoral Boundaries Commission Ready For Stops In Interior Region

B.C's Electoral Boundaries Commission moves into the Interior, next week, as it continues to seek input from the public on the future of the names and boundaries o provincial districts ahead of the next two Provincial Elections. Communications Manager Don Bain explains the purpose of the Commission "They are conducting ... Read More...
9/30/2014

Mountie Said To Be OK After Weekend Roll-Over

A Mountie in Lumby is recovering after his pickup truck went over a 20-foot embankment. Police say the officer was investigating a report of a possible impaired driver on Sunday night when he failed to negotiate a curve on the road and his vehicle rolled over an embankment. The Mountie was ... Read More...
9/30/2014

White Lake Man Faces Charge After Intoxicated Crash

RCMP in Salmon Arm say that a single-vehicle accident on White Lake Road this past Saturday has led to charges against the 62 year old driver, also from White Lake. Police say the vehicle left the roadway around 10pm, and that the driver was intoxicated, and provided breath samples that ... Read More...

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01.10.2014

GLAAD study finds gay depictions increase on network, cable TV; transgender roles lag

LOS ANGELES, Calif. - Television has increased and improved its depiction of gay, lesbian and bisexual characters, with the edge going to cable and the Internet over broadcast networks, according to a study released Wednesday.

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01.10.2014

Ballet meant to educate Canadians about Indian residential schools: commissioner

WINNIPEG - One of the most European forms of dance will tackle Canada's fraught colonial history when performers with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet take to the stage Wednesday for the world premiere of a ballet about Indian residential schools.

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