The David Wells Radio Show….!

Radio (0109)He’s doing it again! David Wells and his buddy Jay are doing what seems to be a regular thing: The David Wells Radio Show. For those that don’t know David, this is the perfect way to learn more about him, his beloved town of Nelson and listen to some music he’s picked out that he thinks you’ll appreciate.

The details are here (from Norm Richard – thanks Norm!):

We’ve just confirmed the winter break edition of The David Wells Show will be on Thursday Dec. 29 from 1:00 – 3:00 PM on Kootenay Co-op Radio with Jay. Have a happy and safe Solstice, Christmas and holidays!

http://www.kootenaycoopradio.com/index.php?/listen/listen-live/ and they have past shows available for 5 weeks at http://recent.cjly.org/

Check it out!

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KELOWNA: DDMHS has moved – Dec. 16th

The Kelowna DDMHS team has moved:

We’re Moving!  Kelowna MHSU will be located at:

Community Health and Services Centre

505 Doyle Avenue

Kelowna, BC  V1Y 0C5

250-469-7070 ext 12367

As of Monday December 19th they will be at their new location.  You can contact them directly with any questions or if you need pictures of the exterior and interior of the building to make social stories.

 

 

OKANAGAN: handyDART refunds – November 2016

Special thanks to COPCS for circulating the following info regarding handyDart bus pass refunds for the month of November 2016:

Did you know you can get a credit for the November hanyDART bus pass?

According to the local transit office, you can come to their office and get a new pass for December 2016 at the reduced rate of $22.50 — you MUST BRING YOUR NOVEMBER PASS with you.  

If you are not getting another bus pass for December, you should be able to go to the local transit office and get a refund — ensure you bring your NOVEMBER pass.

 

SPOTLIGHT: Ombudsperson Online

Lights IIDid you know that the Office of the Ombudsperson offers e-news?

The Office of the Ombudsperson is responsible for investigating when people feel they have been treated unfairly by government or government agencies.

Their e-news keeps you informed of what they are working on.  Their website has a lot of resources on how to advocate for yourself if you feel you have been treated unfairly.  They also show how they can help.

Visit them at their website: www.bcombudsperson.ca

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