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Interior Health (IH) needs to be made aware of the concerns of the residents of Grand Forks.
Michael Edward Ellis is alleged to have used a stolen truck like a battering ram when he drove it at an RCMP vehicle in Rock Creek back in March of 2009 – he had been pulled over for a road stop near Midway.
As the Grand Forks Gazette hits the streets today (Oct. 5), members of the Grand Forks Border Bruins, Grand Forks city council, various community literacy organizations and Gazette staff will be at various locations across the city hawking this week’s issue.
The same stance that baseball takes to steroids is the same stance that should be taken with genetically modified food – there should be zero tolerance.
Voting is an opportunity to exercise your democratic right and let your voice be heard but as the old quote goes, “With great power comes great responsibility.”
Shaw Cable recently made a digital network upgrade which involved switching from analog service to digital.
As the school year started Tuesday, word came down that the BC Teachers’ Federation (BCTF) had issued strike notice.
The tribe has spoken and the Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) was voted off the island of B.C. taxation with the unpopular tax being defeated by 54.73 per cent of eligible voters.
The City of Grand Forks’ old website was a little stagnant and had very little visual appeal and the new site, which launched last week, is light years ahead.
The phrase “invest now or pay later” has been used in a number of situations and not just in terms of finances. Another use can come in the form of energy efficiency and homes.
It is fast-approaching one year since Australian man Owen Kiernan Rooney was last seen in Grand Forks.
The drama involving the Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) is about to come to an end. Come this Friday (Aug. 5) at 4:30 p.m. HST referendum ballots will no longer be accepted and we will soon find out if the current system will remain or if we will go back to the old provincial sales and goods and services tax model.
The problem for the fire department is that the current vehicle is about 20-years old and no longer recognized by the insurance underwriters and thus, the new vehicle has to be purchased.
With talk of rate increases for ICBC and B.C. Ferries, maybe executives should contribute.
Much of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) negotiations between Canada and the European Union have gone on in secret and could threaten procurement for municipalities. Citizens should raise their voices against CETA.
The City of Grand Forks is pushing towards completion of its Sustainable Community Plan (SCP). Its aim is to provide the city with a plan to ensure a viable and healthy future that not only addresses future needs but present ones as well.