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Good morning, Osoyoos. It's Thursday, December 6.

Osoyoos council is turning over administration of its tourism tax funding to Destination Osoyoos.

Osoyoos Coyotes showed lots of character last night, coming back from an early deficit to beat the visiting Princeton Posse.

That pesky otter in Vancouver? Well, he's gone now that all of the koi are gone as well.

And, finally, what not to call the NHL's new hockey team in Seattle.

Here's what else is going on in OsoyoosToday.
Town relinquishes administration of tourism tax funds to local DMO

Town relinquishes control
of tourism tax funds to DO

The Town of Osoyoos is stepping away from its role administering local provincial tourism taxes, relinquishing the responsibility to Destination Osoyoos.

Osoyoos Council voted 3-2 Monday to, for all practical purposes, identify the local destination marketing organization as the Town's "Designated Recipient" for Municipal and Regional District Tax (MRDT) funding, currently a two-percent charge added to sales of short-term accommodations (ie., …

Tonight at the Sonora

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Second-period gut check lifts Coyotes to divisional win

Second-period gut check lifts Coyotes to divisional win

Midway through the second period Wednesday evening, the Osoyoos Coyotes had one of those gut-check moments.

After escaping the first period with a 1-0 lead, the Yotes (11-13-2) surrendered two goals to the visiting Princeton Posse (9-15-1-2) and found themselves in what could have been a slide to a bad home loss.

Instead, the team rallied and scored a 5-2 …

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Elsewhere

  • BC: Canada arrests Huawei CFO, China demands her release (CTV News)
  • Otter wanted for devouring Koi may have made a clean getaway (HuffPost)
  • ALBERTA: Federal government opposing Alberta opposition's attempt to join legal fight against carbon tax (National Post)
  • SASKATCHEWAN: Power outages still affecting several Saskatchewan communities (Global News)
  • MANITOBA: 241 licences suspended 1 month after Manitoba's distracted driving law launched (CBC News)
  • NATIONAL: Doug Ford's PCs to cut regulations for business, sources say (CBC News)
  • WORLD: George W. Bush slips Michelle Obama candy during father’s funeral (Global News)
  • SPORTS: Seattle Starbuckaneers and other poor choices for the new NHL team name (CBC Sports)
  • ENTERTAINMENT: Golden Globes: Black Panther, A Star is Born, Crazy Rich Asians nominated (CBC News)
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