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Osoyoos, BC
Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Smaller Okanagan community feeding jail violence, minister says

A provincial correctional facility located in Oliver may be state-of-the-art, but even it hasn't perfected the ability to end inmate violence. That was the message...

Winter closes Hwy. 1, makes traffic difficult on Hwy. 3

Planning on a little travel this morning? If those plans include a visit to Alberta via Hwy. 1, you might want to ponder a new...

Airbnb to collect provincial taxes on short-term rentals

It just got a bit more expensive to rent some vacation properties in Osoyoos. The BC...

Town signs new policing contract after population appeal fails

Five thousand is five thousand is five thousand. For the Town of Osoyoos, having a population...

Potential change to council meetings dead without discussion

Osoyoos Council will leave it to a Council elected in October to determine if it...

Town managers encourage status quo for Council meeting schedule

Corrected to indicate discussion will occur at Committee of the Whole meeting Monday morning. Osoyoos Council...

New cell tower approved for community’s East Bench

By Dale Boyd Special to OsoyoosToday The Osoyoos community is getting a new cell tower — although...

Addictions soldier opens new front in opioid fight

It's an almost overwhelming burden — one that would send most people packing. But South Okanagan physician Peter Entwistle — who practices addictions medicine in tandem with his general medical practice in Oliver — isn't giving up. Rather, he's doubling-down.

Pets killed in Road 22 accident at Osoyoos Oxbows

Osoyoos RCMP are investigating a single-vehicle MVA Friday that left the vehicle upside-down and half-submerged...

Town moves forward with health care services study

The Town has earmarked up to $110,000 for a study that would have among its goals the completion of a health services gap analysis, a determination of the feasibility of a central health services centre including the physical make-up of the facility, construction costs and the operating costs and whether such a project could attract private-sector investment for construction and operation.

Former Surrey Mayor the Liberal frontrunner, poll suggests

Dianne Watts holds a commanding lead in the race to become the new leader of...

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