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There’s been a large jump in the number of international tourists visiting B.C. in 2016, a trend also noticed in the Columbia Valley.
The Crown of the Continent has partnered with the National Geographic in geotourism project.
The Columbia Basin Trust recently announced the projects that were successful in receiving the Trust’s new Recreation Infrastructure Grants.
NDP agriculture critic Ruth Ellen Brousseau is urging the federal government to stop protein concentrates from states in Canadian cheese
Residents inquire about Columbia Valley Centre progress
The members of the province's Rural Advisory Council, including Columbia Valley resident Susan Clovechok, have been re-appointed
The uncertainty about whether or not operation of the Radium Hot Springs will be privatized will continue for at least a while longer.
The local NDP constituency association has current assets of more than $33,000, and had a total income of a bit more than $16,900 this year
A new report from the provincial public health shows higher rates of motor vehicle fatalities in the interior parts of the province.
RDEK gives operational funding to CV Arts for first time
Invest Kootenay has merged with Work West Kootenay into a single program called Imagine Kootenay
Boil water advisory for the Eagle’s Nest subdivision in Canal Flats has finally been lifted as the whole village is now on one water system.
The Columbia Valley Chamber of Commerce held its annual general meeting earlier this month
The Ktunaxa First Nation’s case against Jumbo Glacier Mountain Resort Municipality will now be heard at the Supreme Court of Canada.
The planned new multi-use centre took another step closer to reality, with Invermere council awarding the project management contract
adopt a 20-horsepower limit for watercraft on the main stem of the Upper Columbia River between Golden and Invermere.
The provincial government is introducing a new moose enhancement plan, a move that is a step in the right direction, but not enough
Local couple Penny Powers and Max Fanderl will be taking over operations of the Kinsmen Beach concession stand this summer
The cenotaph will have a new plaque added, one that’s dedicated to local Canadians who lost their lives fighting in the Boer War.
The Regional District of East Kootenay is looking at the possibility of small-scale backyard agriculture, such as keeping chicken or bees