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will stage another Paddle for the Peace event tomorrow. Oranizer Brian Chuchhill says it will parallel the one in 2007, which drew more than 300 participants…

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This year participants will gather at the Halfway River Bridge, on Highway 29. Danielle Yeoman is another organizer…

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The launch is scheduled for 11am and will conclude at Bear Flats, about 17 kilometers down stream, with a campground dinner. The dinner will be sponsored by the West Moberly First Nations, a co-sponsor of the event, along with the Peace Valley Environment Association. For more information you can call 250-785-85-10 or, go on line to… www.paddleforthepeace.ca.

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