Paddle trail adds $50,000 to budget

From the Kelowna Daily Courier in B.C. …

The provincial government isn’t interested in helping create a “paddle trail” along Kelowna’s shoreline, so city taxpayers will be tapped for another $50,000.

A 20-kilometre route, geared to canoers and stand-up paddleboarders and marked by buoys in the water, will stretch from Bertram Creek to McKinley Landing.

A project of the city’s active living department, the trail is intended to promote physical exercise while also highlighting tourist attractions and other areas of interest on land.


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