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City government Rebuilding Renewal

Values Now and Then

In the city’s mitigation FAQ page they answer the question of how the valuation of buy-out properties will be done saying that the province and federal governments will only go with post flood value. ” … the best it could get from the provincial and federal funding streams was the post flood value “ under […]

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Christina Lake government special events Visitors of Note

Provincial Parks Expanding

The province dispatched the MLA for Nanaimo, Sheila Malcolmson, to deliver some good news to the folks at Christina Lake: The Government of British Columbia is adding land to two provincial parks Gladstone and Garibaldi. Specifically, a 6 hectare addition to Gladstone and 5.6 hectares to Garibaldi. You can watch the event below and read […]

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government

Government Comes Through Big With Flood Funding Support

UPDATED – See belowToday (June 26, 2019) Parliamentary Secretary for Emergency Preparedness Jennifer Rice was back in town with an announcement. You can watch and listen to the whole thing below but here is the spoiler: We are getting pretty much what we asked for – $53 Million!! UPDATE (June 27,2019):The City of Grand Forks […]

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City government

City Council June 24, 2019

Council had a very busy day this Monday – without even having a Committee Of The Whole. The day began with two public hearings / feedback sessions beginning at 1PM. The first was a Hearing regarding Bylaw No. 2039-A4Proposed Rezoning from R1 to R4 to accommodate agricultural uses on the 7600 Block of 8th Street.No […]