CUPE library workers and the Grand Forks and District Public Library ratified a new three-year collective agreement after only one day of negotiations in May.
CUPE 2254 shop steward Renee Milaney called the talks, “respectful and responsive,” adding that “the library board set a cooperative tone during these negotiations that made the process fast, professional and productive.”
Community leaders from a variety of organizations met May 26 to discuss next steps in managing a situation brought to light when two local men penned a how-to guide for getting “little girls” to have sex.
The BC River Forecast Centre is issuing a high streamflow advisory for the Kettle and Boundary Regions, including the West Kettle, Kettle and Granby Rivers.
River levels in the region have been rising in response to the warm temperatures associated with a weak ridge of high pressure over southern BC.
Area automated snow pillows have reported a daily loss of snow water equivalent...
The following is a press release issued by Southern Interior MP Alex Atamanenko: