What’s New: West Boundary Housing Society Thank You!

2020-07-28T07:49:29+00:00 July 28th, 2020|Community, News, Public Service|

The West Boundary Senior Housing Society sends a big THANK YOU to the Midway Partnership Fund for their generous grant toward the construction of two new offices at Parkview Manor. The general manager and finance manager are thrilled with their new, efficient work spaces, which replaced a shared, windowless office space upstairs and a desk

What’s New: Health Connections coming to Boundary Transit System

2020-07-21T11:55:00+00:00 July 21st, 2020|Community, News, Public Service|

Health Connections coming to Boundary Transit System Jul 20, 2020 Transit System: Boundary GRAND FORKS – Interior Health, the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary and BC Transit are announcing a new Health Connections route between Rock Creek and Grand Forks as part of a planned service change beginning August 1. The route 70 Health Connections

What’s New: Rock Creek Country Kids Playschool is starting September 14th

2020-07-21T11:44:13+00:00 July 19th, 2020|Community, News, Youth & Kids, Youth & Kids|

Rock Creek Country Kids Playschool is starting Monday, September 14, 2020.  It is located in the basement of the Rock Creek Medical Clinic. For three and four year olds, Monday and Wednesday mornings from 8:30 to 11:30 am. Pre register to save a spot for your child. Call Karen at 250-449-5062 or email her

What’s New: West Boundary’s new Aboriginal Health Coordinator visiting Rock Creek

2020-07-10T15:45:02+00:00 July 10th, 2020|Community, Health and Wellness, News|

West Boundary's new Aboriginal Health Coordinator with COINS (Circle of Indigenous Nations) Tonya Robitaille will be visiting Rock Creek Riverside Centre for a meet and greet on Friday the 17th & Friday the 31st of July -- offering traditional medicines, ceremony, and conversations about our Aboriginal health research initiative. Drop by between 10-3 or connect with Tonya

What’s New: Kootenay Boundary Aboriginal Health Survey

2020-07-05T08:44:03+00:00 July 5th, 2020|Community, Health and Wellness, News|

There is a current opportunity for individuals living in the Kootenay Boundary region who identify as First Nations, Metis, or Inuit to share their stories and experiences of accessing both primary care and community based supports to inform a needs assessment around the provision of culturally safe and respectful care.  This work is guided by the