Rossland

The Columbia Basin Trust provided more than $1.7 million in funds to eight Basin municipalities as part of its Climate Resiliency funding. (Contributed)

City of Rossland receives climate resiliency grant

The Columbia Basin Trust funds will support the city’s Home Energy Leadership Program

The Columbia Basin Trust provided more than $1.7 million in funds to eight Basin municipalities as part of its Climate Resiliency funding. (Contributed)
West Kootenay old growth forests like this one along the Lardeau River need to be preserved through government commitment.

West Kootenay businesses urge MLAs to defend old growth forests

“Old-growth trees are a staple of the community,” says Dina Esposito, owner of Caffe Americano.

West Kootenay old growth forests like this one along the Lardeau River need to be preserved through government commitment.
Phil Loosley

Library Corner: Books of my life with Phil Loosley

If you would like to be interviewed for Books of My Lfe contact the Rossland Public Library

  • Apr 4, 2022
Phil Loosley
RPL

RPL announcements and information

Rossland Public Library rolls out ‘books for seniors’, a free book delivery service

RPL
Photo: Hannah Busing/Unsplash

‘What does Trail CAT do, anyway?’

“Stigma is a major barrier to people seeking out help when they need it.”

  • Apr 3, 2022
Photo: Hannah Busing/Unsplash
Seven Summits graduating student Dominic Van Nus has a passion for developing video games. (Cooper Legler photo)

Seven Summits: Game on graduate

Seven Summits Centre for Learning features series on graduating students

  • Mar 30, 2022
Seven Summits graduating student Dominic Van Nus has a passion for developing video games. (Cooper Legler photo)
President Cassidy Caron of the Métis National Council, travelled to Rome on the weekend alongside a delegation of Métis residential school survivors, leaders, and community members to meet with the Pope. Photo: President_Cassidy_Caron/Instagram

Métis leader Cassidy Caron and delegates meet with Pope Francis

Rossland born and raised Cassidy Caron is President of the Métis National Council

President Cassidy Caron of the Métis National Council, travelled to Rome on the weekend alongside a delegation of Métis residential school survivors, leaders, and community members to meet with the Pope. Photo: President_Cassidy_Caron/Instagram
September and Sage Stefani hope to share the podium at the National ski cross championship at Nakiska April 9-10.

A sensational week for Rossland ski-cross sisters

Sage Stefani named to Team Canada, September earns podium finish at FSI NorAm race at Big White

September and Sage Stefani hope to share the podium at the National ski cross championship at Nakiska April 9-10.
Black Jack skier Remi Drolet raced to second place in the 45-kilometre mass start race on Sunday, March 27. (Doug Stephen photo)

Black Jack skiers excel at Nationals

Black Jack skiers raced to top results at the Canadian cross-country ski championship in Whistler

Black Jack skier Remi Drolet raced to second place in the 45-kilometre mass start race on Sunday, March 27. (Doug Stephen photo)
Nicola Kuhn

Library Corner: Books of My Life with Nicola Kuhn

If you are interested in interviewing for Books of My Life contact the Rossland Public Library

Nicola Kuhn
Rossland Heritage Commission member Joanne Drystek, and Emily Rindler and Holly Borwick from the city helped residents celebrate Rossland’s 125th Anniversary on Friday, March 18 at Harry Lefevre Square. Photo: Jim Bailey

Happy 125th Anniversary Rossland!

The Golden City kicked off its 125th anniversary celebration on Friday with much more to come

  • Mar 23, 2022
Rossland Heritage Commission member Joanne Drystek, and Emily Rindler and Holly Borwick from the city helped residents celebrate Rossland’s 125th Anniversary on Friday, March 18 at Harry Lefevre Square. Photo: Jim Bailey
The Midtown affordable housing project received funding from Federation of Canadian Municipalities. Photo: Jim Bailey

Rossland gets federal support for affordable housing project

Federation of Canadian Municipalities announce $3.2M investment in the City of Rossland

The Midtown affordable housing project received funding from Federation of Canadian Municipalities. Photo: Jim Bailey
City of Rossland joins Kootenay communities, support Ukraine with donation. Photo: Jim Bailey

Rossland sends donation to Ukraine on behalf of city

City sends $1 on behalf of each Rossland resident to Red Cross Ukraine Humanitarian Crisis Appeal

City of Rossland joins Kootenay communities, support Ukraine with donation. Photo: Jim Bailey
Rossland council met at the Miners Hall on March 14.

Rossland Council Briefs: sign of the times

Rossland council and city staff met March 14 at Miners Hall

Rossland council met at the Miners Hall on March 14.
Rossland Public Library

Rossland Library announcements and information

View “The Covid Gallery” by Freya and Annika Dixon-Reuszt and Jane Dixon-Warren

Rossland Public Library
Students ages eight to adult learn basic rhythm, notes, and technique, and then practice playing music together. Photo: Submitted

Trail and district after-school band focuses on percussion amid COVID

For more information visit: www.traildistrictafterschoolband.weebly.com.

  • Mar 17, 2022
Students ages eight to adult learn basic rhythm, notes, and technique, and then practice playing music together. Photo: Submitted
Christina Lake’s Andrew Verge performs a 2019 comedy set at a club in Toronto. Photo: Instagram - andrewjverge

Western Canadian comedy tour to start in Grand Forks

Show profits, food drive to benefit Boundary Community Food Bank

Christina Lake’s Andrew Verge performs a 2019 comedy set at a club in Toronto. Photo: Instagram - andrewjverge
SD20 will not be creating a COVID-19 vaccine requirement. File photo

Kootenay Columbia SD20 decides against staff vaccine policy

The district will not be implementing a COVID-19 vaccine requirement

SD20 will not be creating a COVID-19 vaccine requirement. File photo
Violinist Carolyn Cameron

La Cafamore trio returns to Trail stage

Rossland’s Carolyn Cameron and La Cafamore trio perform March 27 at the Bailey Theatre

Violinist Carolyn Cameron
The Aerie is a Rossland real estate project that provided high-end townhomes for the Kootenay city. Photo: Jim Bailey

Kootenay realty prices rising despite decrease in listings

Kootenay MLS® in February 2022 show 339 new listings and 657 active listings overall

The Aerie is a Rossland real estate project that provided high-end townhomes for the Kootenay city. Photo: Jim Bailey