Monthly Archives: September 2014

Ebola – not in Canada

B.C.’s provincial health officer tried to reassure residents of their safety Tuesday after the first confirmed case of Ebola was reported in the United States. There are no confirmed cases of Ebola in B.C., and there has never been a … Continue reading

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Feed the Valley helps Oliver Food Bank

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Dig deep

Summary of consultation on ALC Act – regulations now online VICTORIA – The Ministry of Agriculture published a summary document today on the recently completed consultation on potential changes to regulations within the Agricultural Land Commission Act (ALCA). The document, … Continue reading

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See poll to the right

http://youtu.be/b4dO9diSWkA Mayor Stu Wells – a video on his idea for a National Park

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Sunday October 5th – 12 noon to 2 pm

  Wine Capital Realty  

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Miglio – unique jewellry

Miglio Live Link

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Will you be skiing on Mt. Baldy this season?

NEW OWNER FOUND ? G-Force is pleased to announce that it has assembled the required pieces to the puzzle to re-launch Mount Baldy Ski Resort for the upcoming season. All that remains is to fit each of the pieces together … Continue reading

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Candidates announce

Petra Veintimilla Petra Veintimilla has made the decision to run for a position on Oliver town council in the upcoming municipal election. “I feel that the timing is right for both myself and for my family” says the mother of … Continue reading

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Office of the Ombudsperson – visits local area

Kim Carter Ombudsperson BC Kim Carter has a broad background in criminal, international and administrative law. She has appeared as counsel before the Federal Court of Canada, the Court Martial Appeal Court of Canada and the Supreme Court of Canada. … Continue reading

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Timber loss high – # of fires down

An overheated forest fire season in British Columbia resulted in a near-record loss of timber — the third highest total since 1950 when the government started keeping track. Chief provincial fire information officer Kevin Skrepnek says 1,424 fires consumed more … Continue reading

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