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Kootenay-Columbia MP wants RCMP mandate letters to prioritize combating racism
Use extreme caution if you are walking or hiking in the area.
Environmental groups are urging the federal government to designate a proposed coal mine expansion from Teck Resources in the Elk Valley for an impact assessment.
Plans are underway to reopen city parks and recreational facilities following approval of a strategy from city council earlier this week.
Cranbrook Health Care Auxiliary donates $45,000 to reach $1.2 million goal for SPECT CT
While the COVID-19 pandemic has devastated domestic and international air travel across the country and the world, there is reason for optimism for operations out at the Canadian Rockies International Airport.
Cranbrook city council approved a plan to strategically reopen indoor recreational facilities based on a plan developed with input from provincial sports organizations and health authorities.
The importance of journalling and why I do it.
This week, I am returning to the Invasive species Council of BC's (ISCBC) Grow-Me-Instead booklet to continue writing about invasive plants that are of provincial concern, and the native and other non-invasive plants that we should put in our gardens instead.
The provincial government has awarded $14 million in grants to support rural economic development, and Cranbrook is getting a small slice of it.
Interior Health has issued a drug alert for Cranbrook after drug checking results through ANKORS revealed highly toxic levels of fentanyl and benzodiazepines from a dark purple pebbly substance sold as down.
The Gray Creek Pass Road is temporarily closed due to a serious washout between the two Redding Creek bridges.
A report of a suicidal person with a firearm was reported to the Cranbrook RCMP in the New Lake area West of Cranbrook, B.C. on Saturday.
Over $1 million in projects have been approved by CBT and RDEK
Four people have been taken into police custody, facing potential charges
The event has been postponed to September 2021 due to COVID-19
A State of Local Emergency has been declared in Windermere due to the rising levels of Windermere Creek, which is threatening flooding of homes and properties in the low-lying area where the creek flows into Windermere Lake.
Debris flow mitigation measures from two years ago prevented a larger scale disaster
A dream of reconciliation resulting in a championship course owned by the Ktunaxa communities