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Kelowna, B.C. civic election candidates speak out over vandalized signs – Okanagan
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Kelowna, B.C. civic election candidates speak out over vandalized signs – Okanagan

Two Kelowna, B.C., civic election candidates are speaking out after it was reported that campaign signs in the city were being severely damaged. Mayoral candidate Tom Dyas’ team sent photos to Global News that showed vandalized signs belonging to council candidates Mohini Singh, Anthony Shephard, Susan Ames, Davis Kyle, and several others.“The screws have been removed on them, and they’ve been kind of dismantled, more so than somebody just cracking them or breaking the actual signs,” explained mayoral candidate, Tom Dyas. Read more: Campaign signs found damaged, Kelowna mayoral candidate says Read More Campaign signs found damaged, Kelowna mayoral candidate says ...
City of Guelph will soon install new gateway signs – Guelph
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City of Guelph will soon install new gateway signs – Guelph

New gateway entrance signs are coming to the Royal City. The City of Guelph is planning to replace the old signs at several points of entry over the next few weeks.Gateway signs are usually seen at entrances to the city, such as Highway 6 north of Woodlawn Road.General manager of strategic communications and community engagement Tara Sprigg says the new ones will have a more modern look.“The existing signs has a dated logo. It is not the visual image the city has used over a number of years,” Sprigg said. “The new signs feature the city’s new brand identity, and removes reference to dated population numbers.” Read more: Public input sought in update of Guelph, Ont’s parks and recreation master plan Story continues below advertisement ...