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The Columbia Valley Advisory Committee has dissolved.
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.
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.
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
Wendy Booth has become the Union of British ColumbiaMunicipalities (UBCM) executive’s first vice-president.
Horgan talks of need for upgrades to the national highway
Provincial conservation authorities are on alert after a fish disease recently resulted in Parks Canada closing a lake near Banff.
FWCP)is accepting grant applications for just fish and wildlife projects, through the Upper Kootenay Ecosystems Enhancement Plan (UKEEP).
Enrollment for post secondary schools is up across the province, including in Invermere at the College of the Rockies.
Mayor outlines contribution policies in which new development just outside the district boundaries helps pay for amenities inside boundaries
The Village of Canal Flats is getting set for its annual strategic planning session
Photovoltaic solar panels on the new multi-use centre may not tilt much or face south
Things will get a little greener in three Columbia Valley communities
Federal government spending on the Canada Summer Jobs initiative was up almost double compared with last year.
While ranchers may have had a booming season last year, this year things seem back to normal
Students heading back to the Upper Columbia Valley’s schools last week may have already noticed a few differences in the classrooms
New BCTESG education grant expands eligibility to