Nancy Cooper

Travelling into the city’s future

It’s not only a new year but also Canada’s 150th anniversary of the coming into force of the British North America Act

Background on the municipal budget

In my last article, I spoke about the city’s budget process.

City hall still buzzing during summer season

City Hall, generally a bit quieter in the summer months, has been a hub of activity this year.

Busy summer on many fronts

Salmon Arm is generally a bit quieter in the summer but not this year, the city has really been hopping with visitors and events every day

Salmon Arm needs to be fire smart

residents have requested information on what the city does prepare itself should a forest fire occur in the area.

A rundown on the SILGA event

Last week, from Wednesday to Friday, Council and I had the pleasure of attending the Southern Interior Local Government AGM and conference

City council sends budget wishes

I do not remember a time when the public has been asked to provide input into a federal budget and I encourage you all to do so

Remembering 2015

Thank you to all those who are sponsoring 10 Syrian refugee families to come to Salmon Arm.

Council grapples with budget

Welcome to winter! Please be cautious out there. Ensure you have good snow tires, watch for ice and carry sandbags

Honours for entrepreneurship

The Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) has released its ranking of Canada’s most entrepreneurial cities

UBCM brings communities closer

First of all, I must apologize for not yet reporting back on the Union of BC Municipalities convention held in Vancouver Sept. 21 to 25