Trevor Crawley

City eyes new dispute resolution system for bylaw infractions

The City of Cranbrook is eyeing a new procedure to resolve disputes, particularly in light of uncollected fines from a parking metre bylaw, which is estimated to be in excess of $90,000.

Major repairs underway for water main near Wildstone

Major repairs on a break in the water main feeding Wildstone and River's Crossing are underway Monday morning, according to the City of Cranbrook.

End of Bountiful prosecution wraps up decades of legal battles

Constitutional questions had to be settled before a polygamy prosecution could move forward

Council passes, adopts new bylaw to allow legal secondary suites

Cranbrook has formally adopted a secondary suites bylaw that will allow secondary suites in single family residential zones throughout the city.

Council postpones land use discussion for proposed overnight shelter

An application for an overnight shelter will be presented at a forthcoming next city council meeting, as councillors voted on Monday night to punt debate on a proposed planning amendment for an adjacent property beside the proposed site.

No more charges expected in Bountiful investigation, special prosecutor says

Special prosecutor says mandate has ended following review of evidence from Bountiful investigations

City gearing up winter snow plow operations

Winter has arrived in Cranbrook.

Potential COVID-19 exposure reported at St. Mary’s Catholic Independent School

Interior Health is reporting potential COVID-19 exposures at St. Mary's Catholic Independent School last week in Cranbrook.

Council, staff kick off annual budget dicussions

Departments pitch five-year work plans as staff, council debate financial priorities

City of Cranbrook announces sale of former Tembec industrial lands for $6M

The sale of nearly 100 acres of city-owned industrial land formerly owned by Tembec is now official.

New top administration official takes the helm at Cranbrook city hall

Cranbrook's newest top administration official is settling in as staff and council begin annual budget sessions that will identify financial priorities set the city's fiscal course for the next five years.

Interior Health provides update on capital projects at East Kootenay Regional Hospital

The scope of pharmacy renovations at the East Kootenay Regional Hospital is expected to increase, as Interior Health will likely be asking for an increased budget next year, according to an official.

City of Cranbrook proposing sale of former Tembec Lands for $6M

The City of Cranbrook is proposing to sell the former Tembec industrial lands for $6 million.

Interior Health provides update on capital projects at Cranbrook hospital

The scope of pharmacy renovations at the East Kootenay Regional Hospital is expected to increase, as Interior Health will likely be asking for an increased budget next year, according to an official.

City of Cranbrook proposing sale of former Tembec Lands for $6M

The City of Cranbrook is proposing to sell the former Tembec industrial lands for $6 million.

Emergency services responding to two vehicle rollovers north of Cranbrook

A pair of vehicle rollovers between McPhee Bridge and the airport access road to the Canadian Rockies International Airport has reduced Highway 95A to single-lane alternating traffic.

Former Canadian Tire property, building in Cranbrook sold to Calgary development company

The former Canadian Tire building and property has been sold to a Calgary-based development company.

Former Canadian Tire property, building sold to Calgary development company

The former Canadian Tire building and property has been sold to a Calgary-based development company.

City signs agreement for curbside recycling collection to start next spring

The City of Cranbrook has signed a five-year funding agreement with RecycleBC for an automated curbside recycling collection program tentatively set to start in the spring.

Cranbrook receives $3.7 million grant to counter COVID-19 impacts

The City of Cranbrook will be receiving $3.76 million from the province as part of emergency safe restart funding for B.C. municipalities reeling from the financial impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.