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Church · Fernie
Knox United Church purchased to be a public space | Elk Valley, Fernie
By Mary Giuliano A couple of years ago it was rumoured that the United Church of Fernie might be in the market for sale. And with a love of history and historical buildings Gordon Sombrowski gave much thought to what the future potential for this beautiful historic structure could be. Gordon and Kevin Allen pulled together a small group to discuss future possibilities, formed a nonprofit society and after several meetings it was determined that …See the Story
Cranbrook gets new $10-a-day childcare spaces : My East Kootenay Now
Parents in Cranbrook will have access to $10-a-day childcare with an existing facility converting to the new program, aimed at helping families save money. B.C. […]See the Story
Fernie · Fernie
Wildlife rehabilitation centre takes in bear cub from Fernie area : My East Kootenay Now
An underweight orphaned bear cub found in the Fernie area is now in the care of the Northern Lights Wildlife Society near Smithers for the […]See the Story
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Vernon, British Columbia · Vernon
Strong turnout seen in Vernon on first day of advance polls
The City of Vernon says 986 voters attended Wednesday at the advance poll at the Schubert Centre. It was the first of three advance voting days. Two more advance voting opportunities remain, Oct. 12 and 13 at council chambers in Vernon City Hall. General voting day is Saturday, October 15.See the Story
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Cranbrook, British Columbia · Cranbrook
Snowfall warning in effect for East Kootenay, Elk Valley – Kimberley Daily Bulletin
Snowfall warning in effect for Cranbrook, Kimberley, Elko, Moyie and Yahk. Up to 10 centimetres of snow forecasted, particularly for higher terrain in the southern area of the East Kootenay. More snow is in the forecast later in the week, according to Environment Canada.See the Story
Black Press Media CEO Rick O’Connor retires after 44-year career in news business – Chilliwack Progress
Former president and CEO of newspaper group reflects on a long and varied career in mediaSee the Story
Cranbrook, British Columbia · Cranbrook
RCMP seek assistance in identifying suspect | Cranbrook, East Kootenay
Cranbrook RCMP is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a male who smashed a window at a golf course. On October 21 at approximately 6 p.m., a male was captured on video at a golf course in the 7100-block of Highway 95A. The man allegedly rummaged through vehicles before breaking a window at the business.After the window was broken the male left the area in what appears to be a red Toyota Echo. He returned later that night and attempt…See the Story
Housing · Cranbrook
Cranbrook Mayor meets with BC Minister Responsible for Housing - Cranbrook Daily TownsmanCranbrook Daily Townsman
Homelessness, affordable housing and crime were the major topics of discussion at a breakfast meeting in Cranbrook at St. Eugene Thursday, November 17. Honourable Murray Rankin, MLA for Oak Bay-Gordon Head, is the new Minister of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation, BC Attorney General and Minister Responsible for Housing.See the Story
BCHL: Alberni Valley Bulldogs’ Ethan Bono named to BCHL All-Star team - Port Alberni Valley NewsPort Alberni Valley News
The British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL) unveiled on Thursday, Nov. 17 the initial 18 skaters that will participate in the three-on-three outdoor All-Star Tournament from Jan. 20-22 in Penticton. A poll was conducted with all 18 BCHL head coaches to select one skater from each team for the roster as part of the league's 60th Anniversary celebration. Bono, originally from Port McNeill, was selected as the skater to represent the Alberni Valley Bulldogs.See the Story
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East Kootenay · East Kootenay
Province expands mental health, substance use supports in Cranbrook - Cranbrook Daily TownsmanCranbrook Daily Townsman
The province is funding 10 new substance us and withdrawal treatment beds at a treatment centre outside Cranbrook in partnership with Interior Health and the Ktunaxa Nation. The new beds at Recovery Ranch are already being provided by Edgewood Health Network and are prioritized for Indigenous clients. The beds will be funded through an annual $675,000 contract administered by Interior Health.See the Story