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Pro-life flag will not fly at Kelowna City Hall

The controversial blue, white, and red flag depicts three figures and the word "pro-life" in capital letters. (Kelowna Right to Life)
Unless it bears a maple leaf, the British Columbia crest or the city's logo, no flags will be flown over Kelowna's city hall.

That was decided by council Monday after an anti-abortion group lobbied to have their "pro-life" flag flown as a courtesy flag.

The city had a policy that allowed groups to fly courtesy flags for designated events, but not anymore.

Kelowna city councillor Luck Stack explains why, to Daybreak host, Chris Walker.

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