May 23rd, 2018 ~ Vol. 89 No. 21
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- A much needed facelift
- Two first-place wins
  for Elkview
- The Simple Ravenís
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- Roof goes up on Pass
  Community Pool
- GoCrowsnest.ca - from
  concept to new look
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- Whose Fault is it?
- Council updates
- New director, new
  dreams at Bellevue
  Underground Mine
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  re-opening
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Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
A much needed facelift
ASA Contracting Ltd. installed the trusses on the Crowsnest Community Pool on Thursday, May 17. According to Mel Bohmer, Manager of Development and Trades with the municipality, there is a cost and durability benefit to installing a sloped roof over a flat roof, which the facility had before. "With the freeze-thaws that we get here in the Crowsnest Pass, you're redoing flat roofs every 10 years, and this one was already past its prime. With the sloped roof, we should be good for the next 25 years," he says.
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New director, new dreams at Bellevue Underground Mine
That's the impression you get after a mere few minutes of speaking to the new executive director and curator of the Bellevue Underground Mine.
He has ideas for [...]
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Council updates: cannabis bylaw, open house, boat dock, unsightly premises, ski hill trail
A public hearing was held for the proposed amendment to the Land Use Bylaw that accounted for cannabis retail and production facilities.
Members of the gallery presented their [...]
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Looking Back by John Kinnear
Unfolding the Kerr Story – Part II
So let’s back up this Kerr family history overview a bit before we return to unfolding the next generation of this remarkable family. We’ll start with the other pioneer Kerr of the brothers that immigrated to Canada, namely [...]
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Previous Issues
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Council updates: RCMP report, strategic plan
RCMP Staff Sergeant Gregory Wiebe presented the statistics on file counts for 2017 for the Crowsnest Pass detachment, which covers the [...]
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GoCrowsnest.ca, from concept to new look
In 2016, the Economic Development Committee (EDC), a municipal advisory board, committed to create a website focused on promoting tourism and inspiring relocation to Crowsnest Pass. By the beginning of [...]
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New post office hours provoke vandalism
Improper activity and vandalism have been occurring at several Canada Post offices in Crowsnest Pass, first due to a lack of a security system and, now, because of [...]
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Looking Back by John Kinnear
The Kerr Family Legacy – The Early Years
When Sarah Kerr, daughter of James William (Bill) Kerr, stepped up to the microphone at the 115th commemoration of the Frank Slide recently, she promptly treated the audience to a fascinating overview of the [...]
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Best pizza? Best running trail? Best ATV area? Have your say!
Crowsnest Pass has many great burgers... But what's the best burger? We also have a number of hiking trails, each special in their own way... But which one is your favourite?
That's what the first ever [...]
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Month-long mining celebration
The mining industry and workforce will be celebrated all throughout British Columbia for the entire month of May.
This month-long celebration recognizes the important role the mining industry plays in [...]
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Riversdale update: awaiting panel appointment
Claire Rogers, Community Relations Manager with Benga Mining Limited, provided Council with an [...]
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Community beautification, a desire and an ambiguity
Community beautification projects are known to contribute positively to the well-being of communities in many ways beyond just creating visual appeal. On the economic front, an aesthetically pleasing community increase [...]
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Municipality hires Community Peace Officer
Grant Love has been hired as the municipality's Community Peace Officer (CPO).
Mike Wilson, the previous CPO, left the position in November 2017, leaving the municipality without effective [...]
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Harm reduction and opioid education information session
Addiction can manifest in many different ways: gambling, alcohol, cigarettes, food, drugs. While each adversely affects the individual and places a heavy burden on the health care system, we generally have a [...]
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Looking Back by John Kinnear
Workers’ Hell at Coal Mountain – The Corbin Story
On July 30th, 1905 Spokane entrepreneur D.C. Corbin final got to see what his business partner E.J. Roberts had been hounding him about. When he beheld the 85 yard thick seam of high-grade bituminous coal exposed near [...]
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May 23rd, 2018 ~ Vol. 89 No. 21
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