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Mel Arnold said pay increase legislation didn’t account for a crisis like COVID-19
Revenue from canteen, closed due to COVID-19, essential to keeping hall operational
Power was out for less than an hour
Businesses introduce ways to support customers while limiting contact
A horse and buggy brings two passengers into Sicamous in the 1920s.
High demand in face of COVID-19, Eagle Valley Community Support Society appeals for donations
Other measures include accelerating district projects to get companies back to work
Playgrounds and public buildings shut to slow spread of virus
Both marine and land search and rescue organizations up and running
In-person training suspended and plans made in case of firefighter shortages
Whether the medium is chalk, paper or paint the message is encouraging.
Online fundraising efforts especially important with spring fundraiser cancelled
Joanie Jesso took her bunny costume on the road to offer a safe alternative to large egg hunts
Residents asked to respect closures which will be in effect until further notice
Residents asked to respect closure which will be in effect until further notice
Communities in bloom by Deb Heap
Mayor Terry Rysz urged residents to cooperate and heed government advice on the virus.
Concerns around disease transmission and equipment issues led to decision
Forestry giant set to reduce production by 60 per cent for at least two weeks.
Work will continue via phone and email; landfills and transfer stations will keep operating