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Shuswap lunch break

Check out the top stories to read on your lunch break today




Check out the top five stories to read on your lunch break today.

  1. The CP Holiday Train rolled into the Shuswap Wednesday to fanfare in Canoe. Check out the video here.
  2. DeMille’s outdoor rink is set to open early next week. We chatted with him about the process.
  3. Eddie the bald eagle was rescued by do-gooders in Eagle Bay. He is on his way to recovery.
  4. School closures in Silver Creek and Armstrong are off the table, but Sicamous schools are still being debated.
  5. RCMP say an impaired driver is lucky to be alive after walking away from a rollover.

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