Tilley Memorial Park is a popular recreation area on the shore of Columbia Lake at Canal Flats, B.C. — Marie Milner photo
Business in Canal Flats is thriving, and people are flocking to this pleasant, relaxing community.
Canal Flats, B.C. CAO Heidi Frank loves village life on the shore of Columbia Lake. She also loves her Harleys.
Graphic design holds endless fascination for Shawn Wernig, owner of Eggplant Studios in Invermere, B.C.
Cranbrook’s Lee-Ann Crane had a 37-year career with the RDEK, working for the betterment of this community.
Here are some of the people who are ensuring that the Columbia Valley is a healthy, prosperous place to live, play and do business.
Columbia Valley Community Foundation will be checking the vital signs of the communities in the valley, going directly to its residents for input.
The Columbia Valley communities are setting an excellent example for regional collaboration in many sectors.
Residents of rural B.C. have a voice in the administration of their areas, thanks to the province’s system of regional districts.
The mayor and council of Canal Flats, B.C., are gathering resources to support their community’s economic survival.
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