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by Contributor on 6 June 2010 - 12:58pm

Dear Editor,

I'm writing in light of concerns expressed in Kootenay Boundary communities about the future of the Critical Care Transport Team. I know there was interest when our President and Chief Executive Officer Dr. Robert Halpenny spoke about our strategic direction for transportation at the recent West Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital District Board meeting.

Interior...

by Contributor on 6 June 2010 - 12:58pm

Dear Editor,

I'm writing in light of concerns expressed in Kootenay Boundary communities about the future of the Critical Care Transport Team. I know there was interest when our President and Chief Executive Officer Dr. Robert Halpenny spoke about our strategic direction for transportation at the recent West Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital District Board meeting.

Interior...

by Contributor on 6 June 2010 - 12:58pm

Dear Editor,

I'm writing in light of concerns expressed in Kootenay Boundary communities about the future of the Critical Care Transport Team. I know there was interest when our President and Chief Executive Officer Dr. Robert Halpenny spoke about our strategic direction for transportation at the recent West Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital District Board meeting.

Interior...

by Contributor on 15 April 2010 - 11:49am

Dear Editor;

I am sure you have heard that the School Board has voted to begin the process for the possible closure of Beaverdell Elementary.

Most of the parents that I have spoken with, in both the east and west end of the district, believe that keeping the elementary school open in Beaverdell is extremely important for both the families and community.

Please talk to the...

by Contributor on 15 April 2010 - 11:49am

Dear Editor;

I am sure you have heard that the School Board has voted to begin the process for the possible closure of Beaverdell Elementary.

Most of the parents that I have spoken with, in both the east and west end of the district, believe that keeping the elementary school open in Beaverdell is extremely important for both the families and community.

Please talk to the...

by Contributor on 15 April 2010 - 11:49am

Dear Editor;

I am sure you have heard that the School Board has voted to begin the process for the possible closure of Beaverdell Elementary.

Most of the parents that I have spoken with, in both the east and west end of the district, believe that keeping the elementary school open in Beaverdell is extremely important for both the families and community.

Please talk to the...

by Contributor on 15 April 2010 - 11:49am

Dear Editor;

I am sure you have heard that the School Board has voted to begin the process for the possible closure of Beaverdell Elementary.

Most of the parents that I have spoken with, in both the east and west end of the district, believe that keeping the elementary school open in Beaverdell is extremely important for both the families and community.

Please talk to the...

by Mona Mattei on 8 April 2010 - 2:00pm

The Chamber of Commerce of the City of Grand Forks, the largest chamber group in the Boundary region, was first off the mark to agree to look at how the Boundary region businesses could create a region-wide chamber. The third meeting of the regional groups and local government representatives, hosted by the Boundary Economic Development Committee (BEDC) in Greenwood last Thursday, Apr. 1, to...

by Mona Mattei on 8 April 2010 - 2:00pm

The Chamber of Commerce of the City of Grand Forks, the largest chamber group in the Boundary region, was first off the mark to agree to look at how the Boundary region businesses could create a region-wide chamber. The third meeting of the regional groups and local government representatives, hosted by the Boundary Economic Development Committee (BEDC) in Greenwood last Thursday, Apr. 1, to...

by Mona Mattei on 8 April 2010 - 2:00pm

The Chamber of Commerce of the City of Grand Forks, the largest chamber group in the Boundary region, was first off the mark to agree to look at how the Boundary region businesses could create a region-wide chamber. The third meeting of the regional groups and local government representatives, hosted by the Boundary Economic Development Committee (BEDC) in Greenwood last Thursday, Apr. 1, to...

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