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October 4th

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Bent on Art exhibit continues to Oct. 14

The Fernie Museum is excited to present Bent on Art, a pop-up exhibition featuring the works of 15 Kootenay queer artists from September 28 to...

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Heavy snowfall recedes, temperatures level out into weekend

Environment Canada says snow should retreat back up the mountainside The post Heavy snowfall recedes, temperatures level out into weekend appeared first on Cranbrook Daily Townsman.

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Travel insurance tips

Before you head off on a trip, ensure you have the necessary medical insurance. Travel consultant Claire Newell explains how much you could be on the hook for if you are not prepared.

October 3rd

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Mother nature's way of saying "Get to bed!"?

October 2nd

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Squire Barnes on a possible Seattle NHL franchise

Seattle has taken a big step towards having an NHL team, and an instant rivalry with the Vancouver Canucks. Squire Barnes has more.

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Canadian olympian walking 25km in 25 days campaign to support KidSport BC

Over the next three weeks, Canadian race walker Evan Dunfee will cover more kilometres in his running shoes than most us will put on our vehicles. Jay Janower has the details.

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B.C. man fights to keep cheetahs

A West Kootenay man is asking for permission to keep his two cheetahs, despite the fact one of them once escaped. Catherine Urquhart reports.

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Good ski season ahead?

Here’s a view of Lake Louise and Banff after Tuesday’s snowy blast.

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Alberta milk producers slam new North American trade agreement: ‘What do I do now?’

Alberta Milk said the province's more than 520 dairy farms will now be told to produce less milk — resulting in a smaller paycheque — because of the new U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement.

October 1st

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4 day work weeks in the summer seem like a grand idea!

Happier people with more time on their hands in the summer sounds like a swell idea!

September 30th

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‘The Grizzlies’ tells true story of resilience in Inuit community

Miranda de Pencier, director of ‘The Grizzlies,’ joins Global News Morning to discuss the film being screened at the Calgary International Film Festival. ‘The Grizzlies’ tells the story of a group of Inuit students who turn to Lacrosse as a...

September 29th

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These are adorable, I wonder if they'd make one for our local deer?

I'd get a felted deer made, maybe we could host a competition for the most felt-o-genic deer in Cranbrook...

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Best ways to save and grow your money with the holiday season nearing

Muhammad Sawar, a financial advisor with Servus Credit Union, joins Global News Morning to discuss the best ways to save money so you can feel good about holiday spending.

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Recipe: Fresh pumpkin soup with toasted hazelnuts

Looking for that special appetizer to take your Thanksgiving dinner to the next level? Look no further.

September 28th

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Spotify is asking for GPS locations

Spotify is emailing people on family accounts for GPS locations in order to verify people reside at the same address

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Public consult on arts, heritage and culture coming

British Columbia’s heritage, arts and culture sectors will be the focus of an expansive project to explore the influences and practices of heritage to understand...

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50 million Facebook accounts affected by security breach

Social media giant says it has taken steps to fix the security problem and alerted law enforcement The post 50 million Facebook accounts affected by security breach appeared first on Cranbrook Daily Townsman.

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The importance of trades and industry

On Thursday, September 20, College of the Rockies and Air Liquide brought together industry representatives, students and members of the public at a Trades Expo aimed...

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Artist Nicole Sleeth Paints the Figure

Challenging the viewer with her paintings of women The post Artist Nicole Sleeth Paints the Figure appeared first on Cranbrook Daily Townsman.

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Woman sets out to circum navigate the World.

A 76 year old Grandmother attempts to be the oldest woman to cicum navigate the world. Kylie Stanton brings us her preparation for her epic journey.

Kootenay Business Magazine shared a link

Basin sees increased support from the Trust

$57 million in benefits delivered through 65 programs and initiatives last year

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Might be that retail is changing?

A trip to the New Horizon Mall makes for a lonely, if not slightly post-apocalyptic, experience. The mammoth mall was billed as a modern, international bazaar with an Asian flavour, opening quietly this summer just outside Calgary, south of the...

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Surreal Places In Alberta You Won't Believe Really Exist

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VIDEO: How to budget for groceries in Canada

Finance experts offer tips on how to hit budget goals when it comes to buying groceries The post VIDEO: How to budget for groceries in Canada appeared first on Cranbrook Daily Townsman.

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SD5 highlights need for school replacements

On September 25, School District No. 5 (SD5) Southeast Kootenay presented a brief to the BC Legislative Assembly’s Select Standing Committee on Finances and Government...

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Career BUZZ: Top Jobs in the Kootenays - September 28 issue

Kootenay Business is pleased to present a snapshot of the top jobs available in the region.

September 27th

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Computer donation program going to next level

The Cranbrook Computer Donation Program, a tripartite partnership of Kootenay Computer, the Cranbrook Chamber of Commerce, and the Salvation Army, has been providing refurbished computers...

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It happened this week in Cranbrook: 1909

Week of September 23 - 29: Items compiled by Dave Humphrey from the archived newspapers held at the Cranbrook History Centre and Archives The post It happened this week in Cranbrook: 1909 appeared first on Cranbrook Daily Townsman.

Taylor Adams, Chartered Professional Accountants shared a job posting

Looking to hire a Accountant/Technician

Full-time - Cranbrook, BC

Our office has an opening for an accounting technician with experience in public practice. The successful individual will be well organized, enthusiastic and enjoy working with clients to provide the best in customer service. Our requirements: Current experience in preparing...

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Chocolate Spice Cake

This week on The Great British Bake Off brought a first and also a rare occurrence! The theme was the first ever Spice Week, a week of bakes inspired by various spices and it also brought a double elimination, meaning...

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Grant helps library buy new tech gear

Local children will benefit from new STEAM programming at the Invermere Public Library, thanks to a community grant from BC Hydro. A $1,500 contribution to...

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Avalanche men’s volleyball team head into preseason tournament

The College of the Rockies Avalanche men’s volleyball team has a preseason tournament this weekend in Medicine Hat and head coach Cisco Farrero said they are heading into it — and into the 2018 season — with a team that...

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Volunteers pick eight truckloads of apples

Wow, what a tremendous effort to feed families not bears! Twenty-five property owners in Fernie registered for assistance with fruit picking on four select days...

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More pickleball courts on the way

City council votes to convert Kinsmen Park tennis courts to pickleball courts The post More pickleball courts on the way appeared first on Cranbrook Daily Townsman.

September 26th

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2018 Cranbrook Municipal Election Forum

Hosted by JCI Kootenay All Candidates Forum

Proudly hosted by JCI Kootenay, the All-Candidates Forum is an opportunity for all residents of Cranbrook to engage in and discuss important political issues that are concerning to our community. The candidates will be asked a series of questions submitted...