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Heritage Credit Union members to vote on merger Dec. 8-14

Members of a local credit union will soon have their say on whether to join forces with another institution. Account holders at Heritage Credit Union, which has branches in Castlegar, Slocan Park, and Greenwood, will vote Dec. 8 to 14 online an in person on whether to merge with East...

New Denver’s House of Joyful Tidings moved

Avoiding possible demolition, a New Denver building from the internment era has been moved as part of plans to turn it into seasonal accommodation for the village's campground attendant. The House of Joyful Tidings was one of about 250 huts and other buildings constructed in 1942 for interned Japanese Canadians,...

RDCK Area D director to serve another term as chair

Aimee Watson will serve her fifth consecutive one-year term as chair of the Regional District of Central Kootenay. The Area D director was elected by her fellow directors at the board’s inaugural meeting Thursday over Area A director Garry Jackman. By board policy, the vote totals are not disclosed. “I am...

B.C.’s new premier sworn in, offers energy bill relief 

Premier David Eby offered B.C. residents a break on their power bills as he was sworn in today, making him the 37th premier in the province's history. This came after John Horgan had announced earlier this year that he was stepping down due to his health. “British Columbia is a wonderful...

Energy credit will apply to Nelson Hydro, FortisBC customers

An energy credit announced by incoming B.C. Premier David Eby will apply to local residents and businesses, regardless of their electricity provider. Eby, who was sworn in today, said a $100 credit would be provided to BC Hydro residential customers and $500 to commercial customers. However, BC Hydro only provides...

‘We need to get to know each other’: SD8 chair Lenora Trenaman

School District 8 has a new group of trustees, but the chair is confident that it will not only foster new relationships but also new ideas for education across the region. Lenora Trenaman says not much will change in the board, since their primary focus will be on the students...
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