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Airport Plaza in Kelowna is counting on soaring business
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More and more people are flying in and out of Kelowna International Airport every month. ?We're seeing tremendous growth here,? airport director Sam Samaddar said. ?We've grown by 12 per cent this year up to the end of July. July was up nine per cent.
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Brain health the focus of Kelowna workshop
Kelowna Capital News
The Society brings its free 'Heads Up! An Introduction to Brain Health' workshop to Kelowna on Tuesday, August 29. The workshop offering strategies for actively engaging in protecting and maintaining the brain. Participants will learn how to set goals ...

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Canadian Little Leaguers have a day to remember in Williamsport
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All week, the Canadian players from White Rock, B.C., have described their experiences at the Little League World Series thus far as surreal, amazing and unbelievable. Sunday was all of those things ? truly the ultimate baseball day.



Charles Hamelin qualifies for 4th Olympics at short track selections
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Charles Hamelin qualified for his fourth Olympics on Sunday after finishing second overall at the Canadian short track team selections.



Reid Hefflick fans 7, homers for Canada in win over Venezuela at Little League World Series
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Pitcher Reid Hefflick struck out seven batters, hit a homer, and drove in three runs to help lift Canada to a 7-3 win over Venezuela on Sunday at the Little League World Series.



Aaron Brown rebounds from worlds DQ with 3rd-place finish in Diamond League
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After being disqualified in the semifinals at the track and field world championships earlier this month, Aaron Brown responded by finishing third in the 200-metre race at the Diamond League event in Birmingham, England, on Sunday.



Courtney Turner selected 1st overall in CWHL draft
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Courtney Turner was selected first overall by the Boston Blades on Sunday in the 2017 CWHL draft. The five-foot-three forward from Union College is a native of Milton, Mass.



Solar eclipse transforms tiny Oregon town into red hot tourist destination
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On Monday, the Oregon town of Madras ? a two-hour drive from Portland ? is expected to swell to about 100,000 people, as visitors jostle their way in to get a glimpse of the first total solar eclipse to sweep across the continental U.S. in 99 years.



Trump to talk U.S. strategy on Afghanistan, South Asia in address Monday night
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U.S. President Donald Trump returns to the White House following a "working vacation" with plans to lay out the U.S. strategy for the war in Afghanistan during a prime-time TV address Monday night from Fort Myer near Washington, D.C.



'He was so energetic': Boy, 7, missing since Barcelona attacks ID'd among the dead
Julian Cadman

A seven-year-old Australian-British boy who had been missing since the Barcelona van attack last Thursday and two others are the latest victims identified by Spanish authorities following the rampage that left 13 people dead and dozens more wounded.



'A genius comedian': Hollywood says goodbye to Jerry Lewis
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Comedians in Hollywood are paying tribute to one of their own and a trailblazer in slapstick, Jerry Lewis.



10 sailors missing after U.S. warship collides with tanker near Singapore
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A U.S. Navy guided-missile destroyer collided with a tanker early Monday in waters east of Singapore and the Strait of Malacca, and at least 10 sailors are missing.



CBC | British Columbia News
At least 1 worker injured after 'ignition' at Tilbury LNG facility in Delta, B.C.
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WorkSafeBC says it was advised of the incident and is following up with FortisBC, which runs the facility.



Wildfires in B.C. Cariboo combine to create province's largest blaze
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A handful of small fires in B.C.'s west Cariboo region have merged to create what is now the largest fire in the province.



Hometown hero takes gold at Crankworx slopestyle event in Whistler
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A massive crowd cheered local rider Brandon Semenuk through his winning run and the ensuing victory lap that saw the "slopestyle king" crash his bike just after claiming the top position.



CBC | Top Stories News
Far-right group claims victory after emerging from Quebec City parking garage
La Meute

They were stuck in a Quebec City parking garage for four hours Sunday, but when they emerged, members of La Meute said they had succeeded in making their point.



Solar eclipse transforms tiny Oregon town into red hot tourist destination
Michael Walton

On Monday, the Oregon town of Madras ? a two-hour drive from Portland ? is expected to swell to about 100,000 people, as visitors jostle their way in to get a glimpse of the first total solar eclipse to sweep across the continental U.S. in 99 years.



Comedy legend Jerry Lewis dead at 91
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Jerry Lewis, the rubber-faced comedian and director whose fundraising telethons became as famous as his hit movies, has died. He was 91.



CBC | Canada News
International adoptions decline dramatically in Canada
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The number of international adoptions has declined dramatically in Canada in the last five years due to tighter country controls, exorbitant costs and alternative routes to parenthood. Last year, there were only 793 international adoptions in Canada, according to data from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC.)



Toronto man who disappeared 3 years ago surfaces on Interpol list of feared ISIS suicide bombers
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A Toronto man is named on an Interpol list of individuals suspected to belong to an ISIS suicide brigade, according to a Canadian expert on radicalization and foreign fighters.



Far-right group claims victory after emerging from Quebec City parking garage
La Meute

They were stuck in a Quebec City parking garage for four hours Sunday, but when they emerged, members of La Meute said they had succeeded in making their point.



CBC | Politics & Economy
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Eli Lilly files $500M NAFTA suit against Canada over drug patents

Eli Lilly is accusing Canada of violating its obligations to foreign investors under the North American Free Trade Agreement by allowing its courts to invalidate patents for two of its drugs.



Verizon challenges FCC's right to impose net neutrality

A court in Washington, D.C., is pondering a challenge by Verizon Communications Inc. over the "net neutrality" rules imposed by the Federal Communications Commission.



Who are Canada's top 1%?

What does it take to be among the top one per cent of all income earners in Canada? We dug deep into the data from Statistics Canada's latest National Household Survey to find out more about just who these people are.