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Invermere council members heard that construction of the new multi-use centre should be completely wrapped up by the end of May.
With the possibility of a renewed Columbia River Treaty less than a decade away, groups are giving increased attention to the matter
A provincial-federal government funding partnership will see more funding flowing to train people in rural B.C. communities
RDEK ask to be added the MMBC's list of regions wanting to partner with the agency on its Depot Collection Financial Incentive opportunity.
Council discusss CertainTeed mine's new location and the possibility of a visitor service location in the village during December meeting
Kootenay Saving Community Foundation donates to Columbia Valley Hospice Society
Invermere's Arrowhead Brewing Company is among many Kooteany craft brewers seeing standout success.
The provincial Ministry of Environment is touting the success of its expanded invasive mussel defence program.
Invermere council gave initial readings to bylaws for zoning changes in the CastleRock subdivision at its most recent council meeting
The most recent RDEK board of directors meeting touched on several items of interest to the Upper Columbia Valley.
Students — and their parents and teachers — will have to wait a little bit longer for the launch of the new provincial curriculum.
The Columbia Valley Advisory Committee has dissolved.
Living Lakes Canada director Kat Hartwig was in Banff last week, for a dialogue on community-based water monitoring.
Donald Trump becoming president of the United States was a failure amongst many levels. Social media is just one of them.
Wendy Booth has become the Union of British ColumbiaMunicipalities (UBCM) executive’s first vice-president.
Invermere council gave its support, during its most recent council meeting, to backyard chickens and bees
RDEK is helping out with a couple of major initiatives in the Columbia Valley
Provincial conservation authorities are on alert after a fish disease recently resulted in Parks Canada closing a lake near Banff.
Horgan talks of need for upgrades to the national highway
A little-known chapter of Columbia Valley history may see at least a bit more attention