Tag Archives: City of Cranbrook

Social media communication takeover continues

e-KNOW Editorial We salute the City of Cranbrook for finally getting into using social media, in this case Facebook, for helping get the word out to residents about emergency need-to-know information and other city news. Not only is social media … > Read More

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City takes first step into social media

Launching Emergency Information Page on Facebook September 1 Residents of Cranbrook will be able to get real time emergency related information and updates through the city’s new Facebook page, effective September 1. The catalyst of the creation of a City … > Read More

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Cranbrook proclaims International Day of Peace

City of Cranbrook Mayor Wayne Stetski, councillors and some of the members of Cranbrook Celebration for Peace Society met to proclaim September 21 as International Day of Peace in our city. This special United Nations Day was first celebrated on … > Read More

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Playground at arena to get new playing surface

The Generations Playground, located at Western Financial Place, will be closed for approximately three weeks effective immediately until September 13. The Cranbrook Early Child Development Committee has raised funds to replace the wood fibre surface material, with a poured in place rubber … > Read More

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Kootenay closed at 6th Street North

The intersection of 6th Street North and Kootenay Street in Cranbrook was closed to traffic as of 6 a.m. Tuesday, August 26 and is expected to remain closed throughout both days on Tuesday, August 26 and Wednesday, August 27. This … > Read More

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Physician vacancies taxing regional ER

The ongoing lack of family physicians in Cranbrook and region is forcing residents to visit the East Kootenay Regional Hospital’s emergency room, creating more traffic than it is meant to handle. In a press release this morning (August 21), Interior … > Read More

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Funds provided to boost accessibility

Six regional projects focusing on improving accessibility for people with disabilities received $140,723 in funding from Hon. Candice Bergen, Minister of State for Social Development. Bergen made the announcement in the City of Cranbrook council chambers this morning (August 20) … > Read More

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Cranbrook Multi-Cultural Festival an important, exciting day

By Mayor Wayne Stetski, City of Cranbrook The following is the text of Mayor Stetski’s introductory speech at the inaugural Cranbrook Multi-Cultural Festival held August 16 in Rotary Park. When I was running for Mayor three years ago, I spent … > Read More

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City recognizes Terry Miller

On Monday night (August 18), City of Cranbrook Mayor Wayne Stetski and council recognized Terry Miller of the Cranbrook Community Theatre for his receiving of the 2014 Eric Hamber Award from Theatre BC earlier in August in Kamloops. Terry was recognized … > Read More

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Water fluoridation open house set for Oct. 23

The electoral assent on whether to continue adding fluoride to the City of Cranbrook water system will be held as part of the municipal election on November 15.  All eligible voters are encouraged to participate. The question will ask: “Are … > Read More

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