by Shara JJ Cooper on Tuesday, April 22, 2014 - 3:28pm

In Grand Forks, Laranna Androsoff is known as the Aboriginal Family Support Worker at Boundary Family Individual Support and Services (BFISS) and as Trinity’s mom. But earlier this month she...

by Graham Watt on Tuesday, April 22, 2014 - 11:56am

On April 15, nearly 40 residents of the Boundary came together in Grand Forks to learn and share ideas about issues at the water’s edge – floodplains, riparian areas, and wetlands....

by Shara JJ Cooper on Tuesday, April 22, 2014 - 11:07am

There were plenty of Easter egg hunts and related events in the Boundary this year.

In Grand Forks city park, River Valley Community Church, along with numerous other sponsors and...

Recent News

CONTEST: April 2014 -- Wildways Bike Tune-up

CONTEST: April 2014 -- Wildways Bike Tune-up

Welcome to the eleventh monthly contest hosted by the Boundary Sentinel. 

To participate, write a comment -- any PG comment -- in the comment boxes below. You'll need to set up an account if you don't already have one. You can find the registration page here. Don't forget to make sure the account has a valid email address so we can notify you if you win!


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Spotlight Films presents the 10th film of our 10th season! 


Tuesday, April 29th

7:30 pm @ The Gem Theatre

Greetings to all Spotlight Films members, sponsors, and friends: 

Regional News

Kootenay Lake Superintendent Jeff Jones responds to BCTF Phase 1 of strike action

Kootenay Lake Superintendent Jeff Jones responds to BCTF Phase 1 of strike action

Editor, The Nelson Daily

To: The SD8 (Kootenay Lake) Community
RE: Strike Action

As you are aware, negotiations between the BC Teachers’ Federation (BCTF) and the BC Public School Employers’ Association (BCPSEA) are ongoing. From March 4 – 6, 2014, teachers across the Province held a strike vote.

Provincial & National

Learning more about 9-1-1

Learning more about 9-1-1

In recognition of the recent Emergency Service Dispatchers and 9-1-1 Awareness Week the Integrated First Nations Policing Unit inwould like to thank their Telecommunications Operators that provide valuable support, resources and information to assist us with our jobs.

Telecommunications Operators provide our communities and officers with round-the clock service and deal with some of the most difficult phone calls. The Integrated First Nations Policing Unit accesses services from four different Emergency Service Dispatchers throughout their shifts.

Health Canada issues recall for medical pot produced in BC

Health Canada sent out a recall notice Friday for medical marijuana produced in BC. — File photo

Health Canada has issued a recall notice Friday of marijuana for medical purposes from Greenleaf Medicinals in British Columbia following an inspection.

The pot in question is Purple Kush, Batch PK-10-20-13.

Greenleaf Medicinals is based in Nanaimo.

Health Canada said on its website the recall is due to issues with the company’s production practices which were identified during an inspection by Health Canada and may impact the product.