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Castanet News has distributed a questionnaire to city council candidates in both Kelowna and West Kelowna to help voters get to know those putting their names forward. Between the two cities, 45 people are running for city councillor.
Source: Castanet; Castanet Staff
Indy Dhial left a corporate job, and created a small business, a daycare, so he could be more involved with his growing children.
Now he wants to turn his attention to his growing city.
"I had an opportunity to leave, help raise my children and give back to the community," said the 38-year-old who walked away from a job at Shaw Communications.
"It's so powerful to be able to give back and work with the children."
Source: Kelowna Now; Kent Molgat
A Kelowna council candidate for October’s election believes it’s time for a change.
“We need fresh voices, we need new ideas and we need to change the way that things are being done today because it’s not getting any better,” said Indy Dhial.
He referenced homelessness and crime in particular and added a compassionate approach needs to be part of any solution.
Source: Kelowna Capital News; Gary Barnes
Sprott Shaw College would like to congratulate Indy Dhial, who has been awarded the Early Childhood Education BC’s Sue Fraser Student Award.
The ECEBC Sue Fraser Student Award recognizes the importance of ECE students to the early care and learning sector. “Students represent a fresh perspective and possess the energy and passion to be an integral part in the future of our sector. ECEBC recognizes the importance of building upon and encouraging students to be an active part of our organization.”
Source: Sprott Shaw
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