Economic activity picking up on Peak Industrial lands

Pictured, left to right: Darren Brewer (City of Cranbrook), Bill Bennett (Bill Bennett Consulting), Councillor Ron Popoff, Mayor Lee Pratt, Councillor John Hudak, Josh Power, Peak Industries.
Finger joint mill has begun production, while multiple companies are initiating or expanding operations.
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Images from yesteryear: The Cranbrook Girls Bugle Band, with Joyce Metcalfe standing second from left.

Remembering Joyce Metcalfe, and the Cranbrook Girls Bugle Band

Isn’t it amazing when by chance in this huge world of ours, meet outstanding people that greatly influence our lives? One such person was Joyce Metcalfe.

    At left: St. Aidan Orthodox Church. At right: The Studio Stage Door. Barry Coulter photos

    St. Aidan, Studio Stage Door, benefit from historic grants

    Two Cranbrook organizations getting sizable grants to upgrade their heritage facilities.