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Rob Morrison questions Public Safety Minister Bill Blair during parliamentary committee meeting
Local and regional air cadets from around the Kootenays participated in an…
There may be some discolouration in water across the City while work is being completed.
British Columbia's health minister is disappointed that the U.S. is blocking the export of N-95 masks
Helping build affordable homes takes planning, volunteers and commitment
Contractors’ association is working with trainers to create respectful culture
A breach in ventilation during pre-construction work caused the re-scheduling of 24 elective surgeries
A familiar face is stepping up to lead the Cranbrook Chamber of…
The city is asking residents to keep dogs off sports fields, playgrounds…
Cranbrook’s latest deer cull operations have come to an end, with the…
A lockdown of buildings out at the ?aq’am community was lifted without…
Project will allow city for projects at Phillips Reservoir without interrupting water service to residents
Elected councillors are responding to the release of a governance audit of…
There have been recent reports of multiple overdoses with severe outcomes in Cranbrook.
Community organizations, farmers benefiting from first months of program as food is kept out of landfill
Co-chairs will be mentored to fill roles of those stepping down in 2021
City of Cranbrook gets “Honorable Mention” in the annual Code of Silence Awards
The otters were relocated out of the Kootenay watershed last year in an effort to save the fish.
Two stores in Penticton have gas below a dollar.
Rob Morrison says protestors across Canada need to remove roadblocks on roads, rail lines
The public comment period is open until noon on March 2