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SPALLUMCHEEN — Fiery, artistic, dreamy, dark, and daring are some of the words to describe what Halloween revellers can expect when Caravan Farm Theatre hosts its 16th annual Walk of Terror. This year’s event will feature an all-new line-up of community-powered theatre installations, and for…

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The South Okanagan rocks! Six friends decided to celebrate the arrival of fall by combining three days of cycling trails in the Oliver area with the eighth annual Garlic Festival last Saturday and the Festival of the Grape last Sunday.

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - In a story Oct. 12 about a California ban on the sale and manufacture of new fur products, The Associated Press erroneously identified the Humane Society of the United States as the Human Society of the United States.

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Canada celebrates Thanksgiving this weekend, and over the past week I found myself preparing and organizing for Sunday dinner with family and friends.

The South Okanagan rocks! Six friends decided to celebrate the arrival of fall by combining three days of cycling trails in the Oliver area with the eighth annual Garlic Festival last Saturday and the Festival of the Grape last Sunday.

The Canadian Mental Health Association – Vernon and District Branch elected a new board and reflected on its accomplishments in the past year during its annual general meeting.

TORONTO - Politics will likely be on the table when Nick Difruscio joins his family for Thanksgiving dinner this weekend, and that has the Ryerson University student bracing for heated discussions alongside turkey and gravy.

Author Maria Lynch will talk about her first novel, Beneath the African Sun at the downtown Kelowna Library, Oct. 21 at 6:30 p.m.

A $4-million endowment from the Kiwanis Clubs of Kelowna will allow a new concussion recovery program for children and youth to begin.

The Canadian Mental Health Association Vernon and District branch is offering peer support training, beginning next week.

Fast-food fans no longer have to go to — or even order from — their favourite eateries to indulge, as grocery stores now stock a wide array of beloved menu items so superfans can heat up a St-Hubert chicken pot pie, slather on Swiss Chalet gravy sauce or whip up a pot of Tim Hortons homestyl…

VANCOUVER - As a child growing up in Toronto, Dr. Melissa Lem was dubbed a tree hugger thanks to her passion for the environment. It's a label she fully embraces as a family physician pushing for political action when it comes to the link between health and climate change, a major issue duri…

OVERVIEW: Sudden communication glitches cause some confusion. Check equipment or wording before you take action on speculation. Some like to say or do things for shock value and are entertained by how others are reacting; its immature.

The West Kelowna Shelter Society is marking World Homeless Day Oct. 10 with a screening of the documentary Us and Them at Westbank United Church.

What is being labelled as alternative with regards to health care today actually started out as our only source of treatment and medication.

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