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Highway 1 Improvements Complete


ments, and this and other improvements show we are delivering on that promise.” Sunnybrae-Canoe Point intersection This project is part of B.C. on the Move, the B.C. government’s 10-year plan These improvements will help reduce for the improvement of the province’s Submitted by Doug Secord Construction is complete on a project the number of collisions at the intersection transportation network. that will improve safety at the intersection and reduce delays for side road traffic of the Trans-Canada Highway and Sunny- turning left onto the highway. brae-Canoe Point Road. The project was in large part initiated The project, valued at $175,000, inby the Friends of Sunnybrae, who worked cludes improved lighting, flashing beacon with local Shuswap MLA Greg Kyllo and Cathryn Rankin installation and construction of a dedicated the Ministry of Transportation to help B.A., R.M.T. right-turn deceleration lane on to Sunnymake this project happen. • Reiki Master • Reflexology brae-Canoe Point Road. The start of the “Safety is our number one concern,” • Trigger Point Therapy • Remedial Exercise westbound passing lane on Highway 1 will said Kyllo. “Making Highway 1 safer is • Craniosacral Therapy • Many Other Modalities also be moved west of the intersection. one of our government’s key commit-

NSSCR Truck and Equipment Stolen By Jo Anne Malpass A white 2010 F150 filled with an assortment of equipment needed to operate swimming lessons in the lake was stolen from the North and South Shuswap Community Resources (NSSCR) during the night of July 6. The NSSCR is a non-profit group which provides a network of programs and services to enhance the lives of children, youth and families living in the North and South Shuswap. By the end of July, the truck and equipment had not been returned but NSSCR was able to quickly replace a lot of the equipment thanks to the generosity of the community. “We are feeling so fortunate to live in such a kind community,” said the NSSCR Coordinator. Donations included a dingy from Shuswap Marina, a Gofundme account that raised $340, a $500 donation from a generous community member/parent and the swim equipment used about 10 years ago for Carlin/ Sunnybrae lessons. The NSSCR Coordinator said there has been limited impact to the swim lesson participants because the strong instructors were able to adapt and continue. “What's unfortunate about the loss is the cost to the NSSCR. Our Swim Program creates a financial foundation for the association that allows us to run other programs throughout the year. We were already adapting this year because of the struggle we had finding instructors and the insurance requirements to run lessons in the lake. So it's frustrating because there will likely be a loss to the community in the form of less programming.”

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Shuswap Scoop August 2016  
Shuswap Scoop August 2016  

Free publication serving the South Shuswap and surrounding area