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CIDA rolled into Foreign Affairs and Trade

The Canadian International Development Agency will be rolled into the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade. David Jefferess chairs cultural studies at UBC Okanagan and studies humanitarian aid.

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Daybreak South Chamber of commerce applauds Lavington pellet plant Aug 20, 2014 | 6:38The president of the Greater Vernon Chamber of Commerce talks about the economic benefits of a controversial plant recently approved by the District of Coldstream.
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Daybreak South Ice water raising ALS funds Aug 19, 2014 | 7:44It might seem like a silly stunt, but, it's raising millions of dollars for charity. Even Oprah, Martha Stewart and Bill Gates have done it. Hal Spelliscy's sister Anne has had ALS for 25 years.
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