Letters

There are signs up at the Christina Lake Day use park at the south end of the lake, outlining development plans for campsites in this location. “This will impact people in the local area for park usage, and does not benefit local day use picnickers to the lake.” Photo: Submitted

Red flags raised over changes at Christina Lake public beach

Letter to the Editor from K. B. Gresley-Jones, Christina Lake

  • May 10, 2022
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‘Generosity starts at home’

Donation to Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital prompts Letter to the Editor

  • Apr 10, 2022
Drawings of a proposed development for 2405 Columbia Avenue. Image: Nexus Development Group

LETTER: Castlegar elder speaks in favour of Brandson Park apartment proposal

Shemmaho Goodenough says Castlegar needs more housing to meet the needs of all

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FAITH: How do I know I have the truth?

Castlegar pastor Robin Martens talks about searching for truth

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LETTER: To the public from Kootenay Boundary family physicians and nurse practitioners

“People in our communities are still becoming seriously ill with COVID, lives continue to be lost”

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LETTER: Development ‘disservice’ on 24th Street in Castlegar

Letter from George Apel opposing Kinnaird housing development

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Father John Kellogg, St. Rita’s Catholic Church

RELIGION: Castlegar’s St. Rita’s Catholic Church looking for feedback

In preparation for 2023 Synod, Catholic Church wants to hear from laity

Father John Kellogg, St. Rita’s Catholic Church
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Letter: British Columbia wolf slaughter

To: British Columbia Premier John Horgan and Minister of Forests, Lands, Natural…

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Castlegar senior says thanks

Good Samaritans assisted Elsie Nevakshonoff

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Drawings of a proposed development for 2405 Columbia Avenue. Image: Nexus Development Group
Drawings of a proposed development for 2405 Columbia Avenue. Image: Nexus Development Group
The city plans to close a gravel road that links Grandview Heights with Emerald Green. Image: CastleMap

LETTERS: Disagreements with Grandview and 16th Avenue decision

Castlegar residents Mac and Kathy Gregory and Robert Dickson air disagreement with city decision

The city plans to close a gravel road that links Grandview Heights with Emerald Green. Image: CastleMap
Kirk Duff. Photo: Jennifer Small

Castlegar mayor reflects on 2021

Kirk Duff has been in office for seven months

Kirk Duff. Photo: Jennifer Small
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OPINION: Call to convert Castlegar’s short-term rentals to long-term housing

Theresa Negreiff talks about the regional housing shortage

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Ten pedestrian crossings are set for improvements this year.

LETTER: Watch for pedestrians on Castlegar’s Columbia Avenue

Castlegar residents experiences one too many close calls

Ten pedestrian crossings are set for improvements this year.
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95 % of B.C. considered unceded lands

To the editor; It’s time to have an open and honest discussion…

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Letters: Opinions about Castlegar’s Columbia Avenue project

Letters from two Castlegar readers — Nel Vandergaag and Bill Chapman

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Members of the Castlegar Rebels pitched in to stack firewood for a local senior. Photo courtesy of Cym Lamont

LETTER: Thankful for help from Castlegar Rebels players

Inga Lamont’s family says thanks for help with winter firewood

Members of the Castlegar Rebels pitched in to stack firewood for a local senior. Photo courtesy of Cym Lamont
Logging trucks from around the province arrive at the Union of B.C. Municipalities convention in downtown Vancouver to protest forest industry job loss, Sept. 27, 2019. (Kat Slepian/Black Press Media)

LETTER: Embattled B.C. forest industry needs government leadership

Industry getting attention ‘for all the wrong reasons’

  • Oct 5, 2021
Logging trucks from around the province arrive at the Union of B.C. Municipalities convention in downtown Vancouver to protest forest industry job loss, Sept. 27, 2019. (Kat Slepian/Black Press Media)