Cycling maps ride out

Written on:January 27, 2015
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Source: Community – Vernon Morning Star

The City of Vernon is distributing community-identified best routes maps for cycling.

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Michigan Tech locks up Williamson

Written on:January 27, 2015
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Vernon Vipers’ forward Jagger Williamson has earned a scholarship with the Michigan Tech Huskies.

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Vernon family rallying for daughter

Written on:January 26, 2015
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The goal is to help raise the $25,000 for Shannon Singh, a member of the Fulton Secondary School Class of 1986

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Enderby water meters make waves

Written on:January 26, 2015
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Installation of water meters in a small rural Enderby neighbourhood has one official boiling

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Human composting possible option as Kelowna cemetery fills up

Written on:January 25, 2015
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Officials in Kelowna are mapping the future of the Memorial Park Municipal Cemetary, and that could include alternative approaches to burial or cremation, including human composting.

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Supportive care focus of sessions

Written on:January 25, 2015
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The public is invited to attend a panel presentation in Lumby, Armstrong and Vernon.

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Vernon’s Good Citizen declared

Written on:January 25, 2015
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Bernie Strachan known for activities with community policing, Kokanee Swim Club and other organizations

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Pineapple Express drifts north after soaking Metro Vancouver region

Written on:January 24, 2015
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A rainfall warning remained in effect for Metro Vancouver Saturday, as a front that soaked the coast Friday drifted back across the region.

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Pregnant Delta woman involved in crash with police car

Written on:January 24, 2015
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A pregnant Delta, B.C. woman and her three-year-old child were taken to the hospital after their car was involved in a collision with a police cruiser.

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Pineapple Express leaves Metro Vancouver soggy

Written on:January 24, 2015
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Environment Canada ended its rainfall warning for Metro Vancouver on Saturday afternoon, as heavy rain tapered off to showers.

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Edmonton man pleads not guilty to terrorism charges in U.S. court

Written on:January 24, 2015
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An Edmonton man has pleaded not guilty to U.S. charges of supporting terrorism linked to deadly attacks on American soldiers in Iraq, after being extradited from Canada to New York City on Friday.

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NHL announces Hockey World Cup for 2016 in Toronto

Written on:January 24, 2015
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The World Cup of Hockey will return in September 2016 with a new format that includes a North American under-23 team and a squad of European all-stars. Canada, the United States, Russia, Sweden, Finland and the Czech Republic will also compete at the tournament in Toronto.

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Bryan Adams’s grand piano needs tuning, says B.C. high school

Written on:January 24, 2015
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Bryan Adams’s former grand piano could be set for a new lease of life – if its current owners in North Vancouver, B.C., can get his permission to give it a tune up.

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Oil, interest rates, driverless cars, plus fast-food slump: BUSINESS WEEK WRAP

Written on:January 23, 2015
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From falling oil to a shocker rate cut from the Bank of Canada, to robotic cars and our waning appetite for fast food, the CBC’s Jacqueline Hansen gets you caught up on a busy week in financial news in this video recap.

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Miss Universe pageant pits contestants in high-stakes battle for the crown

Written on:January 23, 2015
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Contestants from 88 countries will vie for the title of Miss Universe on Sunday in Miami, Fla.

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The week in pictures, Jan. 19-24

Written on:January 23, 2015
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Top pictures from around the world for the week of Jan. 19-24.

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Erin O’Toole, veterans affairs minister, announces ‘veteran-centric’ approach

Written on:January 23, 2015
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Canada’s new veterans affairs minister has announced a new three-point “veteran-centric” plan for 2015, part of the government’s renewed efforts to mend a fractured relationship with its servicemen and women.

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Pickleball group raises funds

Written on:January 23, 2015
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The Greater Vernon Pickleball Association held a charity tournament for the Upper Room Mission.

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City of Vernon wants input on parks plan

Written on:January 23, 2015
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There will be consultation stations Saturday from 9 am to 6:30 p.m. at the Vernon Recreation Complex

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Telus’s cancelling of pager service in Canada worries rural communities

Written on:January 22, 2015
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Some residents of Quebec’s rural communities are worried after receiving a letter saying Telus is cancelling its pager service across Canada, effective March 31.

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