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Kelowna mayoral debate: The cost of culture

One of the big issues with the economic downturn is what happens to culture and the promotion of it.

That was one of the issues put to candidates running for Mayor at a forum in Kelowna last night

The question put to the candidates was this:

What is the city's role in promoting culture and what difference does the state of the economy play in how much attention the city pays to it?

This is some of what the candidates said starting with incumbent mayor Sharon Shepherd.

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