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Wages down, benefits up KELOWNA: By Wayne Moore -CASTANET Jun 23, 2017 / 5:00 am | One fewer pay period had a significant affect on the City of Kelowna's wage structure in 2016. The city paid out less in wages but more in benefits in 2016, compared to the year previous. Figures released by the city Thursday show city hall paid ...
Cherry crops harvest debate: RICHARD ROLKE Morning Star Thu Jun 22nd, 2017 9:00amNEWS A growing demand for cherries is fuelling a political debate over food security and the economy.Regional District of North Okanagan directors spent considerable time Wednesday debating how some large tracts of land are being purchased for ...
Spring Floods 2017 – Red Cross Support: The Red Cross has funds available ($600 per household) for those impacted by flooding. http://www.redcross.ca/how-we-help/current-emergency-responses/spring-flooding-in-canada/spring-floods-2017-%E2%80%93-red-cross-support If the floods impacted your household, you might be eligible for the fo...

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