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Everyone living in the Kootenays realizes what a special place it is. Characterized by beautiful mountain rangers, glacier-fed streams, rivers and lakes, critical wetlands, and stunning biodiversity, this part of the world is also being impacted by climate change. Prolonged drought, severe wildfires, and dropping water levels show that it’s time to act now to […]

Upcoming fun to be had at the Rossland Museum

Golden City Days activities at the Rossland Museum: Rossland’s Golden City Days celebration is quickly approaching, and we are so excited to be taking part in another weekend of festivities! Here at the museum, we’ll join the celebrations with special open-by-donation days from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. on both Saturday, Sept. 9 and Sunday, Sept. 10 with crafts, activities, […]

Rossland – Stage Three Water Restrictions begin on August 31

The City of Rossland has announced that Stage Three water restriction will take effect on August 31, 2023, in view of the extreme fire danger in our region – notwithstanding the recent rainfall – and our limited water supply. In short, Stage Three Water Restrictions mean: No lawn watering – not even newly planted lawns; […]

A community transformed from mining town to resort destination. It doesn't want to go back

There’s a political push to dig up minerals deemed critical for a low-carbon economy. But residents in Rossland, B.C., are resisting a new mine By Francesca Fionda Melanie Mercier has a yearly tradition of mountain biking the Seven Summits trail near Rossland, B.C. It’s a 30-kilometre, singletrack ride through rocky terrain and blueish-green grass fields. […]

Columbia Basin Trust asks Basin residents to comment on draft Columbia Basin Management Plan Focus Areas

Columbia Basin Trust is inviting the public to provide feedback on its draft Plan — located at ourtrust.org/draftcbmp—which will guide the Trust’s activities into the future. The draft Plan reflects feedback the Trust continuously receives from Basin residents, as well as from its recent community engagement process, called Our Trust, Our Future.   “It has been […]

Golden Bear Spring Break Enrolment

Golden Bear Children's Centre currently has vacancies for Spring Break within our School Age Program. The Program wll be open to community families in need of care during the two week School closure. We will be operating a school age program from Monday 16th March - Friday 27th March 2015. We are open from 7:30am - 5:30pm For...

a man' personal hell has some light

Everyone knew about a Trail resident that got ran over by a vehicle back in May. He had successful surgery to his left hip and now has a metal plate bolted on his hip to keep the ball socket in place and had a broken leg. Unlike Carol Enns, this person did not have aid by the community and all he got is a few people behind ...

Thank you to the citizens of Rossland

The Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) is leading the charge in the fight again all cancers – of which there are more than 200 different types.  Every three minutes, another Canadian is faced with a cancer battle.  It’s likely the disease has affected almost everyone, be it a personal diagnosis or that of a loved one.  With the ...

Thank you to all those who helped with the recent flood emergency at 1619 Spokane St., Rossland.

  Your quick responses and hard work helped save my house. Thank You: City of Rossland Engineering and Operations Departments Emergency Weekend Crew Mike Hinchcliffe Mike Wert Ryan Zanussi Brady Zanussi Parry LaFond- Emergency Response Coordinator Tom Drake   Don Williams Wayne Laybourne Jeff Pols Jim Fike Tony Jenkin Curtis...

Happy 40th Ryan "Geezie" Zanussi!

Today is Ryan's 40th birthday and his friends and family would like to wish him all the best1...

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