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Canada’s 155th birthday is on Friday, July 1
Police looking for information on vehicle believed to be associated with suspects
Union says many contracted workers left out of wage hikes last month
Early August event forecast to be a boon to local economy
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Eventually, NASA plans to put a space station called Gateway into the orbital path
Food prices soared 9.7 per cent in May compared with a year ago as inflation hit its highest level in nearly 40 years
A party at Gyro Park and fireworks at the Lakeside Resort headline Canada Day
Five men died when a crane collapsed at a downtown Kelowna construction site July 12, 2021
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Ball diamonds and music festival all set for Canada Day long weekend fun
5th instalment of the ‘Despicable Me’ franchise delivers what the audience wants
High school students have faced unique challeges in recent years
‘The name change effort may look trivial, but it is a crucial step on the road to potentially regaining power’
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