Job Posting: Greenwood Medical – MOA Position

2021-01-18T16:25:08+00:00 January 18th, 2021|Jobs, News|

The Greenwood Medical Clinic is looking for a part time Medical Office Assistant. Competitive hourly wage, hours flexible and negotiable. Experience in office administration or the medical field is an asset but not required. Please email resumes to: Or call 250-445-6626

Rock Creek & Boundary Fair Association AGM

2021-01-11T20:12:01+00:00 January 11th, 2021|Community, News, Public Service|

Rock Creek & Boundary Fair Association AGM Originally the RCBFA intended to proceed, as required and planned, with their AGM in November 2020, following all proper COVID-19 health and safety protocols.  A further postponement to January 2021 was required due to the washroom upgrades.  After receiving information from the BC Registrar of Companies that would

Director’s Corner: Ministry of Forestry invites comments on Application for a Disposition of Crown Land

2021-01-03T19:38:23+00:00 January 3rd, 2021|Director's Corner, News|

This notice went out in the local papers.  I am sending it out through West Boundary Connect too, because a lot of people don’t get the local papers.  It pertains to a Lease and Licences of Occupation for Adventure Tourism and Roadway use situated on Provincial Crown Land located in the vicinity of Christian Valley

What’s New: The Echo Edition of December 19th, 2020

2020-12-30T19:31:06+00:00 December 30th, 2020|Community, Director's Corner, Entertainment, News, Public Service|

We are excited to announce that the Kettle River Echo, which was published for decades in the Boundary, is one again being published.  The Trails to the Boundary Society has assumed responsibility for the Echo. The Trails to the Boundary Society is a non-profit whose primary purpose is to promote community development in the West

What’s New: COPD Lite Zoom Class

2020-12-15T15:50:34+00:00 December 15th, 2020|Education, Health and Wellness, News|

You are invited to attend a COPD class to learn more about managing and improving your breathing condition.  You will have the opportunity to connect with other people who are going through similar issues. Topics of discussion: Changes to your lungs with COPD Things that can help you feel better •    Activity and shortness

What’s New: Rock Creek Community Medical Society Annual Fund Raiser

2020-12-10T08:22:56+00:00 December 10th, 2020|Community, Health and Wellness, News|

ROCK CREEK COMMUNITY MEDICAL SOCIETY ANNUAL FUND RAISER Is inviting you to make a Financial Donation Again this Year Donations can be dropped off at the Medical Centre or mailed to:  P.O. Box 9, Rock Creek, BC  V0H 1Y0 The Society wants to thank the citizens of Rock Creek, Bridesville and Westbridge for their past financial contributions so

What’s New: About the Rock Creek Medical Society

2020-12-08T09:11:26+00:00 December 8th, 2020|Community, News|

The Rock Creek Medical Society serves the Communities in the Rock Creek, Westbridge, Bridesville and Beaverdell regions.  RCCMS is a Registered Charity.  Their address is: Rock Creek Health Centre P.O. Box 9 100 Rock Creek Cutoff Road Rock Creek, BC  V0H 1Y0 Telephone: 250-446-2272 About the Society:  This non-profit Charity is made up entirely of

What’s New: West Boundary Senior Housing Society is seeking new members

2020-12-04T12:57:24+00:00 December 4th, 2020|Community, News, Public Service|

WEST BOUNDARY SENIOR HOUSING SOCIETY      (Parkview Manor) is seeking new members to join the board of directors. Parkview Manor opened its doors in April 2001 and since then, has been providing a caring, family like environment for seniors of the West Boundary. We provide quality, subsidized housing to seniors through partnerships with BC

What’s New: Upcoming Riparian Health and Protection Webinar November 24th

2020-11-17T08:10:17+00:00 November 17th, 2020|Community, Education, News, Public Service|

The next RDKB Science and Learning Webinar is coming up! Riparian Health and Protection for our Boundary Region is happening on Tuesday, November 24th from 10 am to 11:30 am. Presenters: Local biologist Barb Stewart and Jenny Coleshill, and Lee Hesketh, Program Manager for FRISP BC Cattleman's. The what, when, where, why and how of