Grand Forks flood victims

Firefighters from Grand Forks Fire/Rescue prepare to leave a small structure fire at 435 Gilpin Rd. Wednesday, Nov. 18. The crew used a chainsaw, middle left, to expose hot insulation between the structure’s walls. Photo: Laurie Tritschler

Property-owner puts out structure fire on Gilpin Road

The man was flooded out of his trailer in the 2018 freshet

 

Aimee Grice, left, and Roly Russell, right, are seeking the BC NDP’s nomination in the riding of Boundary-Similkameen. The winner of the riding contest will run as the NDP’s candidate in next month’s provincial election.

Two-way race in NDP nomination for Boundary-Similkameen, party confirms

The results of the online contest will likely be announced Thursday afternoon, Sept. 24

 

Demonstrators picketed Gyro Park Friday, Sept. 17. Protesters like this man said they want the province to enforce sustainable logging practices across the Boundary. (Laurie Tritschler - Grand Forks Gazette)

Grand Forks demonstrators call for sustainable logging across the Boundary

Protest was one of many across British Columbia Friday, Sept.17

 

Grand Forks residents suing province, logging companies on behalf of 2018 flood victims

Grand Forks residents suing province, logging companies on behalf of 2018 flood victims

Lawsuit alleges B.C’s forest ministry and logging companies contributed significantly to devastating freshet

Grand Forks residents suing province, logging companies on behalf of 2018 flood victims