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Columbia Valley have been hosts two different sessions on economic development initiatives.
consultation process on the Permanent Resident Attraction & Retention Project,held a consultation session in Calgary on January 27th.
as many of us know, a lot of homes and condos sit dark and empty for extended periods outside of school breaks.
Is downtown Invermere dying? Why doesn’t the DOI control/stop/limit the development at the crossroads?
As Monday’s election results prove, in certain ridings, including our riding of Kootenay-Columbia, every vote does count.
What is the balance between professional development and wasting tax dollars?
With another busy summer period comes the often stinky and unpleasant by-product of garbage — and lots of it.
Recent traffic accidents and forest fires remind us of several things — the obvious, including to drive slower; pay more attention.
It is often said that the various communities and entities in the Columbia Valley should work together better.
Often people lament about why there are no decent people in politics.
no surprise that most of our focus and energy is going into the design and development of the new multi-use facility
There is one thing that most people don’t like — CHANGE. It really should be a four letter word.
The “former residents” on Facebook are the first to cry out against change
It should likely not have come as a shock that some people are only engaged when it directly impacts them.
In the middle of August, people will begin to see some activity at the cenotaph.
The potential of re-introducing potentially recyclable material into our garbage stream is very concerning
The working relationship and partnerships between political jurisdictions in the Columbia Valley has been very positive.
The days are getting longer, the weather is getting warmer, and there is something in the air.