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Daybreak South | Jul 3, 2013 | 8:21

BC Tree Fruits closing its Kelowna packinghouse

BC Tree Fruits Co-operative is closing a Kelowna landmark, its packing house. It's lights-out at the end of this year's pear season. We hear from Chris Pollack with B.C. Tree Fruits and Wayne Wilson a local heritage consultant.

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