- Support Centre
- Contact Us
Week on the beat: RCMP take 177 calls in early days of March
Cranbrook RCMP responded to 177 calls to service for the week of Monday, March 2 to Sunday, March 9.
City approves additional funding for deer translocation trial
The city has approved contributing $10,000 of additional funding to the East Kootenay Urban Mule Deer Translocation Trial.
Council scrapping two-tier recreation fee system
The two-tiered resident/non-resident recreation fee system is on the way out.
The week on the beat: Feb.23 – March 1
Cranbrook RCMP responded to 142 calls to service this week, including erratic drivers, possible break and enters and counterfeit $100 bills.
Trafficking charges jump in fourth quarter 2014
Drug trafficking charges were up 52.8 per cent over the quarter in Cranbrook.
Physician recruiting will be ongoing, City says
The practice of actively recruiting physicians will likely be a long-term, ongoing endeavour, according to the city’s CAO.
Elizabeth Lake Lodge’s new building approved
Council approved a permit that will allow Elizabeth Lake lodge to construct a new building one-story, four unit building on its property.
City won’t install crosswalk near St. Mary’s school
Council followed city staff’s recommendation that no new crosswalk be installed at St. Mary’s School, at Monday’s meeting.
Deer translocation not an option for now, says City
City council pitching in with other East Kootenay communities for deer translocation study.
Idlewild Dam to be decommissioned
Cranbrook city council has decided to decommission the Idlewild Dam.
The week on the beat
It was a busy week for Cranbrook RCMP as officers responded to 172 calls for service from Monday, Feb. 16 to Sunday, Feb. 22.
February set some new records
It’s been a record setting February in terms of warm temperatures.
Cranbrook Council reviews tax rates
Council reviewed the proposed 2015-2019 municipal property tax rate at the Feb. 17 budget meeting.
Plan to borrow to retrofit old firehall cancelled
On Tuesday night, Feb. 17, Cranbrook city council voted to remove a plan to borrow $500,000 to retrofit Firehall No. 1.
Chronicling the week in police activity
As part of a new feature, the Daily Townsman will be running a weekly police report that chronicles the happenings of Cranbrook RCMP.
Council paves plan for roads
Council pushed forward on the 2015 Annual Capital Roads Program at the Feb. 11 budget meeting that will see a number of roads repaved.
Council authorizes 50 deer cull
Cranbrook city council approved a 50 deer cull that will take place in the next few weeks.
Forum will highlight building code changes
Tonight, building officials will be providing information on the new BC Building Code regulations at a forum.
Orthodontist brings specialities to Cranbrook
A few months ago, Dr. Reza Aran opened his practice in Cranbrook.
Million Acts of Kindness campaign underway
BC SPCA is starting a province-wide campaign which seeks to bring awareness for the organization and the animals it cares for.