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West Kelowna loses flagship retailer

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(Courtesy CBC)
People came to work last Wednesday at the West Kelowna Future Shop to find the store closed and the windows papered over. Some 50 people lost their jobs and the company tries to save costs.

It was one of 15 Best Buy and Future Shop stores closed last week.


It was one of the anchor tenants of a stripmall on Westbank First Nations Land where Robert Louie is the chief.

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