Caldwell Road residents face rising waters of Elizabeth Lake

Deb Kopak, a resident of Caldwell Road, is pictured by her property just outside Cranbrook, which is rapidly getting inundated by the rising waters of Elizabeth Lake. In recent days Kopak has had to evacuate her horses and move vehicles off of the backyard property as quickly as possible before they are trapped. The households along Caldwell Road say they have never seen the water rising so high and so quickly. - Barry Coulter photo
  • posted Apr 17, 2014 at 8:00 AM

Horses, classic cars left stranded as water invades pastures south of Cranbrook

BCTF strike action starts Wednesday

  • posted Apr 17, 2014at 3:00 PM

Work-to-rule won't affect report cards or parent meetings, but teachers will restrict hours and refuse out-of-class supervision

Conservation property an important link

  • posted Apr 17, 2014at 8:00 AM

The Nature Trust's latest purchase at Wigwam Flats links several conservation areas near Elko

Make suicidal history off-limits in hiring checks: B.C. Privacy Commissioner

  • posted Apr 16, 2014at 5:00 PM

Elizabeth Denham issues report criticizing use of police information checks for employment

BCTF prepares for school strike action

  • posted Apr 16, 2014at 11:00 AM

Teachers can begin withdrawing service with 72 hours notice, refusing supervision outside class time and restricting duties

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