Tag Archives: City of Cranbrook

Celebrating the abundance of the season

The Cranbrook Public Produce Garden has enjoyed a productive third season. This garden is as much a community building and education asset as it is an accessible and productive source for harvesting your own local, healthy food. The Cranbrook Food … > Read More

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King Street xing work next week

Canadian Pacific Railway will be doing work on its railway crossing in Cranbrook at King Street starting on Monday September 22 and ending on Friday, Sept. 26. The crossing will be closed to regular traffic for the duration of the … > Read More

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Construction of training facility for CFES continues

Construction work continues this week on the new fire training facility going up at the Cranbrook Fire & Emergency Services hall, with delivery of the metal required to finish the project made earlier this week. The three-storey facility is designed … > Read More

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Remembering Jim Ogilvie

By Coun. Diana J. Scott This past month our area lost a truly great man and politician. The passing of Jim Ogilvie – former mayor of the City of Kimberley – has made me reflect on what being a politician … > Read More

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Traffic signals to be updated

Traffic flow to be impacted for three days starting Wednesday, September 24 Updates being made to the traffic signals at Victoria Avenue and 2nd Street North in Cranbrook will mean the signals will be not operating on Wednesday, September 24; … > Read More

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Free ‘How to do Business’ session with the city

Registration Deadline: 3:30 p.m., Wednesday, September 10 If you have ever wondered how to bid on a City of Cranbrook tender, how the city determines which company to do business with or your business is interested in working with the … > Read More

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20 Toilet Rebate applications remain

City expects program to end before end of September Only 20 rebates remain in the 2014 Low Flow Toilet Rebate Program in the City of Cranbrook. Applications for the rebates are evaluated by staff and processed on a first come, … > Read More

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Deer Feeding Prohibition Bylaw in effect

Residents of and visitors to the City of Cranbrook are reminded that intentional feeding of deer, contravenes the city’s Deer Feeding Prohibition Bylaw, which came into effect in October 2010. The bylaw clearly states no one is to provide deer … > Read More

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Little Boy Blue wins Sam Steele Days Photo Contest

The Sam Steele Society is pleased to announce the lucky winners of the 2014 Sam Steele Days Photo Contest, Ryan and Mary McFarlane of Cranbrook. A photo of son, Lucas McFarlane, the now six-months-old boy with big blue eyes, was … > Read More

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Please don’t drain pools into storm sewer system: City

With the fall approaching, residents with swimming pools will begin the task of draining the water. Residents are reminded that swimming pool water cannot be drained into the city’s sanitary sewer system based on the City of Cranbrook’s own building … > Read More

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