John Boivin

Woman raising funds to save historic Rossland piano

Rare Steinway piano was in Miners Hall for a century, but was headed to the dump

West Kootenay opinion sought on health care issues

Rural Evidence Review getting strong response to survey call-out

Nakusp students get CPR, defibrillator training

Advanced Coronary Training program visits high school

  • May 16, 2019

Cannabis promoters call for ‘reset’ of federal pot rules

Changes in regulation are causing chaos for small growers, say letter’s authors

It’s on: volunteers stand up to help Nakusp’s Canada Day

With more people come more events on the national holiday, says organizer

Kootenay cannabis growers, analysts pan new Health Canada policy

New requirement to build facility before licence approval will discourage growers from going legit

Nakusp Hospital reno work should be invisible to public, says admin

Work being done in way that facilities and services will remain unaffected

Dog-stealing women likely an urban myth, say Castlegar police

Kootenay social media frenzy has no local basis in reality

Cannabis co-op promoters issue report after Kootenay meetings

Small producers group plans to incorporate a co-op later this year

Historic Nakusp church to close permanently on Sunday

Everyone welcome to attend St. Mark’s deconsecration ceremony

Neufeld resigns from Nakusp council; by-election to be held

Councillor says health issues have forced her to step down

Premier Horgan talks jobs and opportunity at Castlegar mill

Upbeat visit brings message of hope and co-operation among Kootenay forestry players

Money pours in for Mount Abriel bike trails

$100,000 will help build more of the project

West Kootenay gleaner’s group gets big funding boost

CBT grant allows project to save more local produce from compost bin

Facing high regulatory barriers, Kootenay cannabis producers gather for support

Symposium on barriers facing legalization attended by hundreds

Kootenay couple calls cops when spring cleanup unearths bomb

Luckily, no danger from the rusty ordinance

Krestova couple calls cops when spring cleanup unearths bomb

Luckily, no danger from the rusty ordinance

Trio safe, but truck lost, after frightening slide off Syringa road

Sunday sightseeing tour near Castlegar turns into near-fatal fall

Slocan Historic group raising funds to restore boat as Internment memorial

The Merriwake would be put on display in Slocan City as a testament to the Japanese internment

Selkirk College to make pitch for new student housing on campus

$25 million project would see new student housing built in Nelson, Castlegar