Regional Rundown with Area director Gerry Wilkie, talking about recent Climate Change conference
If you have driven on Highway 95 north to Brisco in the last year, you are well aware of the new bridge construction over Luxor Creek.
As an RDEK director, I have learned a good deal about B.C.’s regional district governance and why it is often cited as a model
Union of British Columbia Municipalities and the First Nations Summit jointly organized the first Community to Community Forum.
some of the things happening in the local agriculture sector, both at the Regional District of East Kootenay level and beyond.
looking forward to the Union of BC Municipalities Annual Convention in Vancouver which will be held the third week of September.
Gerry Wilkie is the Regional District of East Kootenay director for Area G
past 40 years, the Province of B.C. has leased an area of land in Wilmer to the Regional District of East Kootenay.
One of the challenges with the transit service is having enough ridership to make it sustainable
meeting with the community this spring to discuss the future of the park.
Edgewater residents will be pleased to know that major upgrades to our water system have been completed.
The most important part of my job has been working with people, both individually and with their communities
There are procedures that must be followed when applying for a grant and I thought it might be helpful to review the process for you.
This summer, construction will begin on a new 30-foot by 30-foot building at the reservoir site.
The Wings Over the Rockies Festival is one model to follow as we work toward further economic diversity in the valley.
The City of Nelson presented a relatively polite resolution critical of the recent proposed changes to the Agricultural Land Reserve
The grandeur and diversity of the landscape in the valley provides opportunities for outdoor recreation activities and economic benefit.