Penticton


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Penticton,

city (1991 pop. 27,258), S British Columbia, Canada, located where the Okanagan River flows into Okanagan Lake. It is a service and trade center for the Okanagan valley, a resort and fruit-growing area. There are canning plants and factories making wood and metal products.
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Nav Canada has decided to modernize one of its navigational devices at the Penticton Regional Airport to facilitate improved dependability through the replacement of the operational localizer antennae on the instrument landing system of the airfield.
The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business honoured the Penticton Indian Band as the 2015 recipient of the Economic Development Corporation of the Year at its second annual Calgary gala on May 14.
THE PENTICTON INDIAN BAND DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION is the winner of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business'Aboriginal Economic Development Corporation (AEDC) Award for 2015.
Evan Trupp grew up in Anchorage, then played junior hockey in Penticton before earning a scholarship to the University of North Dakota.
He's been making art since he was a student in the Creative Writing Programme at Okanagan Community College in Penticton, BC, in the late 1990s.
June 26-27, Turbine Meter Course, FortisBC High Pressure Testing Faciity, Penticton, BC Canada.
Rita Chretien and husband Albert were heading to Las Vegas from Penticton in British Columbia in mid-March, when they took a wrong turn and their Chevrolet Astro got stuck in Nevada.
I moved back from North America playing three years in Penticton, Canada for the Okanagan hockey academy and one year in Kenai, Alaska for the Kenai River Brown Bears.
Dad's route took in Calgary, Edmonton, Kamloops, Penticton.
Dubai: Team Abu Dhabi Triathlon - the international triathlon squad backed by the Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA) - have clinched top ten places at the world's toughest Ironman races in Louisville, Kentucky and Penticton, Canada.
Penticton is a booming city located between two majestic lakes; the native Salish determined Penticton's destiny with its name, which means "a place to live in forever.
Meshom and The Little One is published by Theytus Books, a First Nations publishing house based in Penticton British Columbia.