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Yale First Nation’s new passive houses promising community and shelter
Twelve tenants moved into the six-plex, two-bedroom, two-storey passive houses on March 31 and April 1.
Sports academy for orphans gives hope to African kids
Follow-up fundraiser for the academy slated for April 22 at the Silver Chalice Pub.
Taxi drivers not too concerned about upcoming bus service
Two taxi drivers in Hope do not believe a new bus service will disrupt their business by much.
Council debates options to reduce cost on Station House
The cost consultant responsible for giving an estimate for the renovations and repairs to Station House has put it at $1.93 million.
Pharmacist Lindsay Kufta wins New Practitioner Award
The award is given to a pharmacist who has contributed to the profession in their early-career years.
RCMP investigates suspicious death on forestry road
Update: name released and further details of the death of a 20-year-old.
All Candidates Meeting scheduled for April 26
Four people will debate why they should be your MLA that evening.
Council denies kennel application due to complaints
Council also enforces election sign bylaw in town.
What’s a Canyon resident to do when a rockslide strikes?
Stock up, go to Lytton or farther afield, or take the long way to Hope are some options.
Local pharmacist nominated for early-career achievement award
But she will also leave Hope this June for further career opportunities.
AdvantageHOPE achieving all its goals: exec director
AdvantageHOPE executive director's presentation at the March 21 annual general meeting.
AdvantageHOPE engaging partners to develop amenities
AdvantageHOPE's asset development in-charge Stephanie Hooker's presentation at the March 21 annual general meeting.
Hope has 11th busiest Visitor Centre in British Columbia
Hope Visitor Centre and Museum Complex manager Helen Kennedy highlighted their achievements at the AdvantageHOPE annual general meeting.
BC Transit reveals more details on Route 22
Exact locations of bus stops, timelines and route expansions.
VIDEO: How did council react to Station House report?
Listen to the most important comments made at the April 10 meeting.
Station House renovation would cost $1.93 million
"I'm smart enough to see some things to shock me,” said Coun. Scott Medlock.
Final budget meeting talks $255K police station rent, average resident’s tax increase
The April 5 budget meeting was the final budget meeting before public consultation on April 12.
Homelessness increases in Hope and Boston Bar
Results from the homeless count show Hope had a 64 per cent increase
Budget: snow plowing, Kinder Morgan’s $500K
Avoiding plowing-in residents and Kinder Morgan's $500,000 funds stirred up discussion at the March 23 budget meeting.
Newcomer forms Project HOPE to connect children to activities
Founder of Project HOPE, Shannon Jones, holds a banner beside her husband John Jones, who will sponsor the events that Project HOPE hosts.