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Horgan to step down as premier

John Horgan has announced he's stepping down as B.C's premier. Horgan says his health problems this past year have made him reevaluate his future in office. “As we reach the mid-point of our second term, it is clear the tasks ahead of us are enormous and will require a leader focused...

Move playground location, Castlegar council told

On the same day that a conceptual sketch of a proposed new adventure playground for Castlegar's Millennium Park was revealed, some park users urged city council to find an alternate location for it. Megan Reed and Eileen Senyk told council they are concerned the structure would be built in a...

Castlegar plans Canada’s tallest castle play structure

A new castle playground to be built in Castlegar's Millennium Park is expected to become a tourist attraction thanks to its height. From the ground to the top of the flagpole, it will be 12 metres tall. "After doing research we have established it will be Canada's tallest castle play structure,"...

Rossland Curling Club unhappy with lease increase

The Rossland Curling Club is asking the city not to implement a proposed 30 per cent increase to its lease rates starting next season. President Michael Amann appeared before council last week to make their case after council voted in favour of the increase in April, "which we felt was...

Fruitvale house fire snuffed

Kootenay Boundary Regional Fire and Rescue says fire in a house at 1454 Highway 3B in Fruitvale was contained to the room where it started. In a news release, they say a dozen firefighters from Fruitvale, Montrose, and Trail responded to a report of smoke in a home on Saturday...

Keeping your garden safe from B.C.’s wildlife

It can be heartbreaking as a gardener to find your prized crops munched on by a wandering animal, so we spoke with local experts to find out how to keep your plants safe. In the Kootenays, many communities are closer to nature than some urban cities. "People are struggling with deer,...
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