Community Energy Association (CEA) is pleased to announce the launch of several funding streams to support the installation of DC Fast Chargers (DCFC) and Level 2 electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure.
1. The systematic investigation into and study of materials and sources in order to establish facts and reach new conclusions.
The City of Fernie is experiencing significant challenges in supplies, staffing, and contractors directly related to COVID-19. Expect service disruptions in some areas.
RDEK Contributes Funding to Help Install Temporary Bridge and Restore Public Access to Recreational Area Following November Floods
The RDEK Board of Directors has approved $100,000 in funding through the Electoral Area A portion of the Elk Valley Mine Tax Sharing Funds to support the installation of a temporary bridge over Morrissey Creek and restore access to the Morrissey and Coal Creek Areas.
The RDEK Electoral Area Housing Needs Report will be presented to the community during an information session next week.
Inaugural forum brings together representatives from organizations interested in monitoring Elk River health
Last Friday, December 3rd, a diverse group of parties united by their interested in Elk River watershed health convened to discuss the implementation of an Elk River Watershed Collaborative Monitoring Program.
As part of ongoing emergency preparedness efforts, the City of Fernie is encouraging residents to sign up for the Regional Evacuation Notification System.
Funding of $7.6 million has been secured to expand Columbia Basin Trust’s regional fibre optic network between Fruitvale and Nelson and between Kimberley and Wasa. Permitting and other pre-construction work on the projects will start soon, with support from federal, provincial and regional partners.