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Oliver’s June Half-Iron events cancelled

Update Thanks for reaching out. I made the difficult decision in the third week of March to not produce the events in Oliver this year. The utmost of concern was bringing in 1500+ athletes, families and spectators to the Oliver … Continue reading

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Bail granted

Roderick Flavell, 62, was released by Judge Michelle Daneliuk Thursday on a recognizance according to the BC Prosecution Service. Flavell is accused of manslaughter in the death of his 61 year old spouse Tina Seminara. On April 8. She was … Continue reading

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by Rob Hopkins

Why do we need TFW’s (Transient Fruit Workers) and Quebecois to reap our crops? Locals will not work in the hot sun for up to 60 hours a week with no over-time pay and paid minimum wage. Somehow, those that … Continue reading

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Advertising – what is it?

A message is broadcast, published in a newspaper, heard on radio, seen on television. etc. etc. You get it! For the dozens of businesses who support ODN Thanks For the many that do not – here is the challenge. Try … Continue reading

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A message from the Mayor

Mayor Martin Johansen – Town of Oliver Under the Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General, Emergency Management BC (EMBC) is the lead coordinating agency in the provincial government for all emergency management and business continuity activities. EMBC is working … Continue reading

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Special Meeting – Osoyoos – April 27

SPECIAL OPEN MEETING Bylaws · Five Year Financial Plan Bylaw No. 1364, 2020 was read three times and adopted. The Five Year Financial Plan Bylaw 1361 was adopted by Council April 6th, which included a 2.98% increase to the municipal … Continue reading

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Creek watch

taken April 29 Hester Creek is running clear and clean – not seen water in last two weeks Testalinda still running well – silty and murky Reed and Tinhorn Creeks- dry – both areas seem to have retained all the … Continue reading

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