Analyst says federal riding changes "confusing"
Canada is changing its federal electoral ridings to reflect population growth, and some of the biggest changes are here in the Southern Interior.
Downtown Kelowna will move to a Central Okanagan riding, with the rest of the city staying in Kelowna-Lake Country.
The city of Nelson is sheared off from its neighbours to the west and joins the East Kootenay.
Daybreak host Chris Walker spoke with Wolf Depner, a political scientist at UBC Okanagan.
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Here's a link to the Commission website.
Here's a pop-out map of the new boundaries.
And here are the dates for public hearings.