Tag Archives: City of Kimberley

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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Jim Ogilvie Way made official

A small ceremony was held at the corner of Jim Ogilvie Way and Rotary Drive Friday, August 8 to officially mark the name change of the City of Kimberley thoroughfare that connects Kimberley and Marysville. Former long-time mayor Jim Ogilvie … > Read More

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Ogilvie recognition well-deserved

e-KNOW Editorial It’s nice to see the City of Kimberley honour former long-time Mayor Jim Ogilvie by renaming a major thoroughfare after him. The city recently erected signs renaming 312th Street to Jim Ogilvie Way, recognizing his incredible 46 years … > Read More

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Ceremony to honour former mayor

The City of Kimberley recently erected signs renaming 312th Street to Jim Ogilvie Way, to honour long-serving former Mayor James E. Ogilvie. Known as “Jim” to most, he made an immense contribution to the people of Kimberley over six decades … > Read More

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College signs SunMine agreement

College of the Rockies President and CEO David Walls is pleased to be collaborating with the City of Kimberley, Teck, and the EcoSmart Foundation on the SunMine project in Kimberley. With over 4,000 solar modules generating 1.05 Megawatts of energy, … > Read More

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Fire ban for City of Kimberley

As of noon on Tuesday, August 5 the City of Kimberley will be following along with the BC Wildfire Protection Branch and will be banning any open burning within the city. All fire permits will be suspended until further notice. … > Read More

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Kimberley Kaleidoscope workshop opportunities still available

The Kimberley Kaleidoscope arts & culture festival offers a variety of workshop opportunities for local artists and beginners in a variety of disciplines. Spaces are still available in most of these workshops and people interested in participating can contact the … > Read More

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A look at JulyFest No. 42

The City of Kimberley once again came to life with the multi-angled animation that is the Best of the Fests – JulyFest – July 18 to 20. More than 200 colourfully-clad teams competed in the Canadian Bocce Championships over the … > Read More

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No blind eyes from RCMP during JulyFest

Kimberley RCMP officers were kept busy over the JulyFest weekend, responding to well over 40 calls for service. Although bocce players and attendees were relatively well behaved and likely enjoyed the weekend, police dealt with several incidents outside of the festivities. … > Read More

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A bright day for Kimberley

It was fittingly sunny in Kimberley this morning (July 7) when dignitaries broke ground at the SunMine. The $5.3 million solar project, utilizing the southern slope of reclaimed Teck land on the eastern edge of the City of Kimberley, has … > Read More

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