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Carolyn Grant

Carolyn Grant

I have been with the Kimberley Bulletin since 2001 and have enjoyed every moment of it. A lot has changed since I began in the business back in the cut and paste days, but a lot has stayed the same. Our job is to keep our community informed.
carolyn.grant@kimberleybulletin.com

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250-427-5333
Email
carolyn.grant@kimberleybulletin.com

Recent Work by Carolyn

Driving tips to avoid wildlife from Road Safety at Work

Driving tips to avoid wildlife from Road Safety at Work

As many Kootenay residents hit the road for vacation travel, Road Safety at Work is reminding drivers to be mindful of animals on the highway
Canada Day in the Elk Valley

Canada Day in the Elk Valley

Events in every community, including Wild Cat Days in Elkford
Wildsight/Ecojustice submit petition to federal government

Wildsight/Ecojustice submit petition to federal government

East Kootenay-based conservation group Wildsight and environmental law firm Ecojustice have submitted a legal petition to the federal government in regards to the take over of Elk Valley coal mines to Swiss-based mining company Glencore.
East Kootenay events for Indigenous Peoples Day

East Kootenay events for Indigenous Peoples Day

Events in Invermere, Cranbrook and Roosville
RDEK begins updating Area A Official Community Plan

RDEK begins updating Area A Official Community Plan

Area A covers the Elk Valley
Fernie Secondary grads raise funds at walk-a-thon

Fernie Secondary grads raise funds at walk-a-thon

A group of G12 students from Fernie Secondary School participated in a Walk-a-thon on June 6th to raise funds for their graduation celebrations.
Sparwood begins to explore recreation facility options

Sparwood begins to explore recreation facility options

The District of Sparwood has announced it will begin exploring options for a multi purpose facility.
Fernie's Motion Dance Academy presents year-end showcase

Fernie's Motion Dance Academy presents year-end showcase

Dancers ages 3 to 18 showcase their progress
Writer’s Block: B.C. United Conservatives? Not today

Writer’s Block: B.C. United Conservatives? Not today

Elkford Secondary students connect with emergency responders and trail builders

Elkford Secondary students connect with emergency responders and trail builders

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