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Canal Flats received three applications for its arena flooring project.
the riding’s candidates are working to make their policy points and commitments clear.
Green Party candidate Bill Green travelled to Portland, Oregon to receive a conservation award from the American Fisheries Society.
Businesses and organizations around the valley can once again hire students through the Columbia Basin Trust’s (CBT) School Works program.
NDP leader Tom Mulcair recently announced a plan to assist provinces and territories in fighting wildfires and other natural disasters.
local voters will have the chance to consider a candidate from a fifth party.
A familiar face took on an unfamiliar role at the Village of Canal Flats’ council meeting on August 10th.
Christina Yahn is a beekeeper who has been living in the riding with her family for 12 years.
NDP candidate challenged his opponents to form a debate committee, David Wilks has responded with a plan of his own.
The Columbia Valley Community Directed Funds program may have come to an end after its contract expired with CBT
Eli Beingessner set the stage on fire with his memorable guitar solos and his unmistakable musicianship.
Youth from across the valley met in Invermere on July 28th to attend a barbecue hosted by Kootenay-Columbia NDP Candidate Wayne Stetski.
Councillors from Canal Flats met for a regular council meeting on July 27th
Kootenay-Columbia is a massive riding, which spans three regional districts and several major communities.
July 17th marked the deadline for Kootenay-Columbia NDP candidate Wayne Stetski’s challenge to his opposing candidates.
Toby Benches is about to receive an Official Community Plan of its own, which will replace the oldest Land Use Strategy in RDEK.
Justin Trudeau and the Liberal Party of Canada have released a 12-page plan for the environment, and by extension, the economy.
8,000 homeowners around the province are at risk of their wallets becoming considerably lighter at the hands of BC Hydro.
Residents in Canal Flats have less than a month before they can start tasting the benefits of the new water system upgrade.
Canal Flats’ council meeting drew a five-person crowd to hear discuss fishing, auditing, arena renovations and funding for Tilley.