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Water flushing moving to Echo Field

Cranbrook's annual water main flushing operation is moving to the area around Echo Field south through the Industrial Park to 4th Street North West this week. City staff say the annual program addresses many issues within the potable water distribution system. The city says that through a series of planned valve openings...

Plans for new Royal BC Museum on hold

The provincial government says it is halting its $798 million plan announced last month to rebuild the Royal BC Museum. The government says the museum will remain open to visitors indefinitely. It was originally expected to close this fall ahead of a demolition and rebuild expected to take several years. In...

Baby mountain goat rescued by Kimberley resident and friends

A morning fishing trip up the St. Mary River between a Kimberley man and his friends from England was quickly sidelined by an unexpected rescue. James Archibald says they were driving around a corner when they spotted a couple of mountain goats on the road. "We knew the goats would be...

Special weather statement issued ahead of rising temperatures

Environment Canada is predicting temperatures to rise into the 30s next week across much of B.C., including the southern interior. Officials with the forecasting agency said the province will be experiencing its first stretch of warm weather of the year starting on Saturday. According to Environment Canada, temperatures will climb into...

Construction to begin on Fernie’s Annex Dike

Work on improving Fernie's Annex Dike is set to begin this month. City officials said the nearly $5-million grant-funded project will have 1,800 metres of the dike raised and the slope and crest will be reconstructed. Staff said this will improve flood protection for 900 homes in the Annex neighbourhood. The dike...

Local First Nations adding solar panels to rental housing

Three local First Nations are adding solar panels to affordable rental housing through the Columbia Basin Trust. “For several years, the Trust has been working with First Nations in the region to support their efforts to increase the availability and quality of affordable rental housing for community members,” said Mark...
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