Okanagan


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Okanagan

1. a river in North America that flows south from Okanagan Lake in Canada into the Columbia River in NE Washington, US Length: about 483 km (300 miles)
2. a member of a North American Indian people living in the Okanagan River valley in British Columbia and Washington
3. the language of this people, belonging to the Salish family
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With this funding, Accelerate Okanagan will be able to expand these two programs while adding a focus on clean technology and Indigenous entrepreneurs.
The building overlooking Okanagan Lake aims to deliver traditional-method sparkling wine in a structure built as much for wine production as for show.
Okanagan Air Service took delivery of its first aircraft in August 1947.
Through the development of a composites research and production facility at the UBC Okanagan innovation precinct, as well as an integrated digital simulation facility at UBC's Vancouver campus, the learning factory will provide Avcorp Industries enhanced ability to evaluate and improve manufacturing efficiency.
The novel's deep attention to the Okanagan is both melancholic and loving, and its regard for nature often expresses a comforting relationship to the natural world that helps to hold human violence and neglect at bay.
To create Arctic apples, Okanagan scientists silenced the apples' PPO genes by inserting a man-made gene that contains portions of four natural PPO genes.
Taking an almost mystical role in the stories is Na-a-it-ka, now known as Ogopogo, a serpent-like creature in Lake Okanagan.
The Sparkling Hill Resort is a luxurious hotel and wellness center set on 174 acres of the Okanagan Valley, British Columbia, Canada.
A small Canadian company, Okanagan Specialty Fruits, has submitted for approval a proposal to the US Food and Drug Administration for developing 'Arctic Apples', apples that do not discolor when sliced or bruised.
The Early Eocene Okanagan Highlands series of lacustrine shale and coal deposits, in far western North America, constitutes a significant group of fossil sites with exceptional preservation of a diverse suite of organisms (Lagerstatten).
The Okanagan Nation is proceeding to court on this question: How did the province get the title and authority it claims to the forested land in the province in the absence of treaty?
Published through the Library of Okanagan College (former Okanagan University College), the newsletter is linked through the British online journal Achuka and reaches audiences in a number of countries.

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