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Lake Country preparing for floods

March 28, 2018 – Kelowna Capital News The District of Lake Country is performing mitigation procedures and assessments on its creeks to prepare for floods, said Lake Country’s mayor. Mayor James Baker said remediation work is still being done from

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Lake Country meets with provincial reps at UBCM

October 2, 2015 – Lake Country Calendar

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Put water from your home to work in your garden

Lake Country Calendar – August 1, 2013 Most of the residential water we use in the Okanagan is used outside on our lawns and gardens. With the Okanagan’s population expected to swell about 45 per cent by 2036 to more

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