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Kids Water Day challenge

Castanet – March 22, 2019 Friday is World Water Day, and the Okanagan Basin Water Board is celebrating by launching its 7th annual youth challenge inviting young people to be climate heroes.  The City of Penticton, City of Kelowna and

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Events planned to mark World Water Day

Kelowna Daily Courier – March 14, 2014 UBC’s Okanagan campus and the Okanagan Basin Water Board have planned three days of events and activities in support of World Water Day, March 22.

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UBC supports World Water Day with community events

UBCO – March 13, 2014 UBC’s Okanagan campus has planned three days of events and activities in support of World Water Day, March 22. World Water Day is a global event intended to raise awareness about a lack of clean

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Water Day: the Myth of Abundance

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World Water Day in Kelowna – Is Our Water Supply Limitless?

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Celebrate Water on World Water Day

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