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Apr
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Premier announces $100,000 for Skate Canada - Kelowna

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Premier Christy Clark announced $100,000 from the Province to support Skate Canada present the World Finals in Kelowna BC today. The event will take place in Prospera Place beginning October 30; it will feature the top skaters in the world.
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“Skate Canada International will bring the world’s best skaters and our future Olympians to Kelowna for an event that will attract thousands of visitors,” says Clark.  “I know that Kelowna residents and businesses will welcome them with open arms.” Mayor Gray, and Council was on hand to celebrate with the Premier and Skate Canada.Another good news story for Kelowna.  
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06
Mar
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Welcome Home Kelsey!

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Kelsey Serwa received a Hero's welcome as she returned to Kelowna. She won a Silver medal at the recent Olympics in Sochi Russia. Well done Kelsey! Deputy Mayor Gail Given greeted Kelsey as City Council's representative. 
 
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19
Jan
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Visitor Center - New Proposal

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12
Jan
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Kelowna United Soccer indoor field opens

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January 11, 2014 was an exciting day for Kelowna United Soccer. The Board of Directors and City Councillors officially opened the new indoor soccer field at the Mission Sports Fields. This was a partnership between Kelowna United and the City of Kelowna. The City invested $40,000 and provided the location; the club raised the funds to erect the dome. It features state of the art turf and is an amazing facility. The kids wasted no time getting on the field after the ribbon cutting.
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01
Jan
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The Current Council works well together - a Great team

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2012 Luke Stack Councillor Kelowna
The Kelowna City Council elected in 2011 has now completed two full years. The Mayor and Council is working well together and has made significant progress on the new Bernard Avenue revitalization, launching a new public pier off Queensway, completing the new senior's centre at Parkinson's and simplifying secondary suite approvals. I am pictured here in front of my Council seat in Council chambers. Its now a race to the finish line. We have one more year to accomplish our "Moving Opportunities Forward" Council priorities before the 2014 fall election. 
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