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Our community members have declared that the nation is the proper title and rights holders of the whole of the Okanagan territory. As Okanagan people, we have a collective right and responsibility to protect and manage our land, our people, our culture (which includes language) and our spirituality.

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Community Notice for Blasting at Westhills today

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📣 Calling all allies, friends, community, drummers/singers, and members of the Syilx Okanagan Nation 📣

Join us for a 5 km Walk for Reconciliation on September 30th, National Day for Truth and Reconciliation! We will be departing from the Penticton Peach and making our way along the channel to the SIRS Monument outside the Penticton Hatchery on En’owkin Trail.

Walk is open to everyone. Remember to wear your orange shirts! 🧡
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1 week ago

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It’s the only game in town as we can’t get together to do things differently. If we decided our governance and implemented our laws, they would have no place to do this. Every time we try or mention governance or our laws we get shut down by our own. We have to take part of that blame until someone is brave enough to stand up our laws. It should be called “Reconciliation without Truth day” a day to give Canadian a place to sympathize with our experiences, not to change any behaviour…..

Honestly, this is a tuff one for me to acknowledge and be respectful to the government. Why should we indigenous people walk X amount of kms… for reconciliation?? It’s a joke, why do we need to acknowledge that Canada never will change its way of holding us hostage… using their formulas, their guidelines so that you could to be status, or non-status… it’s their call and jump when they say so! Yes our hearts want us to believe other wise and we pick u[ a drum, and be loud. But we sign off on their levels of standards because We/you’ must have follow their policies and rules in order to make membership codes, bylaws, and they give us a few dollars…. if you think about it, to sign over bigger chunks of money that the government dishes out WE have to sign a ‘special ademnify’ that says WE can not sue them for anything… that’s with all of the above… so I don’t think I will be walking, because ‘the governments’ give us the ‘special day’ THAT IS CALLED TRUTH AND RECONCILIATION DAY whoooptee Big hairy Deal…. ‼️

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PIB Office Closure September 4, 2023. ...

Please be advised HWY 97 at Callan Rd, Summerland is CLOSED TO ALL TRAFFIC due to a landslide. We are waiting for geotechnical assessments, expect extended delays. Detour routes available HWY 97C, HWY 5A, HWY 3, HWY 33. DriveBC # 55794

Remember that conditions can change quickly so please first check https://drivebc.ca/. for the most current road conditions. Know Before You Go! This is also where you will find information regarding road closures.
If you need to contact AIM Roads to report a road condition or event, you can do so in three different ways. Call us 24/7 at 1-866-222-4204, email us at aimcommunications.ca@acciona.com or complete a service request form on our website at www.aim-roads.ca

AIM Roads social media accounts can also be checked for updates:
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In a Statement issued Tuesday, August 22nd, Bowinn Ma, Minister of Emergency Management and Climate Readiness, announced the Emergency Order restricting non-essential use of temporary accommodations will be lifted effective Wednesday, August 23rd for:

Restrictions will remain in place for West Kelowna, where non-essential travel for the purpose of staying in temporary accommodation, including hotels, motels, inns, bed and breakfasts, hostels, RV parks and campgrounds, remains prohibited.

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Please go to https://www.drivebc.ca/mobile/ to view current road conditions

Read the Provincial State of Emergency here https://bit.ly/3YHYeqj

Keep an eye on roads and highways, if you have to travel. Go to https://www.drivebc.ca/mobile/
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