Monthly Archives: November 2019

$2000 raised by local fire fighters for new food for kids program

Cash results of Annual – Oliver Fire Department – drive thru Breakfast Star Fish Pack – food to home program for weekends It provides 2 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 2 dinners and snacks for children over the weekend. Cost is just … Continue reading

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3 week dash to Christmas about to start

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Down the aisle

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The place to be today

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10 year agreement sought by racing group

Dear Mayor and Council: On behalf of the Wine Country Racing Association (WCRA) we would like to appear before the Committee of the Whole December 2nd. The Wine Country Racing Association is a registered non-profit society that was established in … Continue reading

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More money for RDOS directors ?

OVERVIEW Prior to January 2019, elected officials were able to receive a non-accountable allowance for work expenses that were not taxable. RDOS Bylaw 2621, 2013 under 3(c) covered this allowance. The one third income tax exemption for this allowance has … Continue reading

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On the Sunnyside

Mule Sense About 80 years ago M.R. DeHaan was invited to conduct a meeting in a remote Kentucky mission station. After alighting from the regular train he transferred to the cab of a logging train that wound around hills and … Continue reading

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Bonnie says…. final day

Drop in and see what is left in stock We don’t want to bring them home…everything needs to go. We’ll consider reasonable offers.  open 11-4 Monday to Friday this week   Open 11-4 Monday to Friday this week only –  till … Continue reading

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Creditor proof your portfolio

A recent judgement from the Tax Court of Canada reaffirmed the strong case to be made for creditor proofing your investments with segregated funds. Earlier this year, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) attempted to seize the death benefit of a … Continue reading

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Bigger tree by Val Friesen

  About 9 km east of Oaxaca is one of the biggest, if not THE biggest, trees in the world, El Tule. It was measured in 2005 to be about 116 feet high, but with a circumference of 128 feet, … Continue reading

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