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The ONA and Regional District of Kootenay Boundary (RDKB) hosted the forum on April 19, at the Westbridge Community Hall.
we are seeking photographs to help with the accuracy of the [mural] project, writes Jane Bradley.
I have been watching for any open visible apologies to Julia or taxpayers by council, the media or the city, writes Grady Markland.
This site is Boundary heritage and hopefully one day it will be developed as an interpretive site—safe and informative with good memories.
Waxing Lyrical column by J. Kathleen Thompson, April 6 Grand Forks Gazette.
We are such an affluent and wasteful society, writes Rosemary Phillips.
The Granby population limps along at fewer than 40 bears, writes Dr. Brian Horejsi.
A Call for Justice— Fighting for Japanese Canadian Redress, was inspired by the 25th anniversary of the signing of the Redress agreement.
I want these people to stop coming on my property. I also want them to stop taking advantage of elderly people, writes Brian Norwood.
The issue revolves around rights of citizens to access Crown lands, writes Frank Schlichting.
Those with responsibility have one month’s grace to do the right thing, writes F. Duralia.
I hope the fundraiser not only benefited the Transition House but also created an awareness towards the horrific topic, writes Atkinson.
I would like to acknowledge the $500 grant-in-aid the Friends of the Bonanza Recreation Area (FBRA) recently received from Grace McGregor.
Programs and lifestyles offering understanding, respect, honor and equality through non-violent diplomacy can and will bring peace.
This is not only a Canadian/humanitarian correct thing to do, but also politically correct thing to do, writes Donna Besler.
If so many people had such different experiences at this meeting, I would suggest that future meetings be filmed, writes Sarah Leslie.
Students at Christina Lake Elementary held a fundraiser in support of Syrian families who are proposed to be relocated to Grand Forks.
The World Day of Prayer 2016 was held at the Grand Forks USCC Community Centre on Friday, March 4.
The Gazette wasn't at the meeting about the senior's project, and neither was the “report’s” author in attendance, writes George Paisley.
Area C Director Grace McGregor showed professional tolerance in responding to the hostile misguided members of the community.