Morning start: This is the fastest growing city in the Kootenays

Here is your Kootenays’ morning start for Monday, May 25

Beautiful skies over Castlegar, BC. Faith Jackson photo/Amateur Photographer Contest entry.

In case you missed it:

The lock at the Hugh L. Keenleyside Dam near Castlegar opened for recreational use on May 23.

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School 8 trustees have voted to give themselves a pay raise.

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Mountain Pineapple has deferred an application for a new cannabis store in Rossland.

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Fun fact of the day:

Did you know that the Castlegar area is expected to grow quicker than any other region in the Kootenays over the next 18 years?

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The area’s population is expected to grow by almost 19 per cent to 16,589 people by 2038.

Environment Canada weather forecast on Monday:

In Castlegar:

There will be showers with a high of 16 C.


There will be showers with a high of 16 C.

In Nakusp:

There will be showers with a high of 16 C.

In Nelson:

There will be showers with a high of 16 C.

Video of the day:


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