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Kelowna tops list of Canadian cities with the most drunk drivers

Kelowna has earned the unfortunate distinction of having the most drunk drivers in Canada.
Statistics Canada says drinking and driving has gone up by 50 per cent in B.C as a whole.
But among all cities in Canada, Kelowna has the highest rate of drunk drivers caught by police.
In 2011, Kelowna reported 583 incidents for 100,000 people.
Daybreak South host Chris Walker speaks to Kelowna mayor, Walter Gray.

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