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Creston Recycling Pickup allows locals to dispose of special items

Creston residents have a unique opportunity to recycle special items during the upcoming Creston Recycling Pickup at the Creston Community Complex. On April 27th, from 10 am to 2 pm, residents can bring in small appliances, light bulbs, power tools, electronics, and other items that normally would not be accepted...

Local outreach work continues as drug poisoning crisis enters eighth year

Ankors and the East Kootenay Network of People Who Use Drugs (EKNPUD) feel that B.C.’s drug poisoning epidemic has worsened in the years since it began. Sunday, April 14 marked the anniversary of the B.C. Government declaring a public health emergency in response to toxic drug-related deaths. EKNPUD honoured the occasion...

10-billionth tree for BC

British Columbia achieved a major landmark yesterday (Monday), with the planting of the ten-billionth tree since provincial reforestation efforts began in 1930. The pace has picked up in recent years, with two-billion of those new seedlings planted since 2017. Forests Minister Bruce Ralston calls the program one of the province’s most...

Violence against women prevention month begins

The province says they’re ready to create an atmosphere of respect and safety for everyone as they begin Prevention of Violence Against Women week.  According to the Canadian Women’s Foundation, one woman or girl is killed every 48 hours in Canada and the cost to deal with the aftermath of...

RDCK extends pool hours at community complexes

Extended aquatic centre hours are coming to the Castlegar, Creston and Nelson Community Complexes from next week. The expanded hours will be implemented at the Castlegar and District Community Complex on Apr. 14 and Apr. 21 at the Creston and Nelson Community Complexes. “We are happy to announce, that we can...

Kootenay-Boundary real estate shows signs of stability, National prices predicted to rise 10% by year-end

March’s residential real estate market activity cooled in the Kootenay-Boundary during spring break and Easter vacations, according to a report by the Association of Interior Realtors. The report showed that a total of 214 residential units were sold in March, exceeding February’s 140 units sold and representing a moderate decrease...
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