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Flooding cancels Canada Day in Sorrento

The Canadian flag flies near the Peace Tower on Parliament Hill. (Adrian Wyld/Canadian Press)

As Canada Day nears we thought we'd take a look at our country's future.

Daybreak's Madonna Hamel corralled a random sample of Kelowna's teenagers, who told her  what they say it means to be Canadian.

Meanwhile, flooding in the Shuswap has cancelled Canada Day celebrations in Sorrento, after high water cut off access to local roads and submerged the fireworks launch dock, says organizer Reuben Pauls.
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