The Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity in Southeast BC said two years of work went into Tuesday's sod turning ceremony for the four-unit housing complex in Castlegar. The 8th Street project should be ready for families early next year.
This follows an April 4th Castlegar Integrated Services Collaborative delegation that proposed funding a pilot Housing Outreach Program, as well as replacing 10 well-worn beds at the Way-Out Shelter and continued coordination and facilitation.
Woman alerts RCMP of a scam involving their phone number, police take man into custody after an attempted break in to the armoury and investigate a concern over a powdery substance in a Trail resident's toilet paper.
Councillor Keith Page proposed the motion as a late item last Tuesday, April 5th, following a response from the province regarding the City's UBCM resolution last year to look at agro-forestry tenure licences.
Creston RCMP are critical of social media posts that are suggesting the community could be a risk. Police stress there was no sexual assault behind Pealows Grocery Store Saturday saying a man was arrested for allegedly assaulting a 31-year-old woman he knows and there is no danger to residents.