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City budgets and community engagement

The City of Rossland has once again allocated grant funds to community organizations as part of the community support program.
Rossland’s visitor economy worth over $13 million per year

Rossland’s visitor economy worth over $13 million per year

Record year for Rossland’s accommodation revenue.
Tuition, daycare aim to end single parent welfare trap

Tuition, daycare aim to end single parent welfare trap

Social assistance and daycare funds will continue through a year of school and another year to find and start a job
Rosslanders entertained by garage demigods

Rosslanders entertained by garage demigods

Indi rock band Twin Peaks played new music from their album Wild Onion to the sold out crowd
Fishing licence revenue flows back to lakes

Fishing licence revenue flows back to lakes

$3 million boost for Freshwater Fisheries Society means more trout stocking and access to fishing holes
B.C. moves to restrict e-cigarettes

B.C. moves to restrict e-cigarettes

Health Minister Terry Lake says ban on sales to minors and 'vaping' in workplaces and public buildings in effect in a year
$325,000 grant towards increasing public avalanche safety

$325,000 grant towards increasing public avalanche safety

Avalanche Canada will receive $325,000 over the next two years from Columbia Basin Trust.
Live music ticket giveaway

Live music ticket giveaway

Here's your chance to win tickets! Twin Peaks and Shred Kelly.
Province to target left-lane huggers

Province to target left-lane huggers

Transportation Minister Todd Stone says love of the left lane seems to be a Left Coast thing, and he's working on a solution
Government unmoved by hunter protest

Government unmoved by hunter protest

Share for non-resident hunters and their guides still too big, hunters tell Forests Minister Steve Thomson at legislature rally