Wednesday, July 8, 2020

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Garbage routes changing in Area C

Starting Monday July 29th, 2019, the garbage trucks in Electoral Area ‘C’ will be changing their routes. This will mean residents may have an...

Town to promote overdose awareness day

Lyonel Doherty Oliver Chronicle If you see the Town Hall illuminated with purple flood lights, you’ll know it’s International Overdose Awareness Day on Aug. 31. On Monday,...

Several cannabis stores coming to Oliver

Lyonel Doherty Oliver Chronicle It appears that recreational cannabis users in Oliver will soon have several stores to choose from. On Monday, Director of Development Services Randy...

Town looks at establishing youth council

Lyonel Doherty Oliver Chronicle The Town of Oliver is working on giving youth a voice in local politics. Today, council members will discuss a draft youth council...

What will be the vision of Oliver?

The Town is asking for help to shape its vision of the future. In a new online survey, residents, business owners, and visitors are being...

Town to award capital works projects

Town council is reviewing four capital works projects that will have a big impact on everyone in Oliver. The contracts involve traffic calming on Park...

Food ripe for the picking at Harvest Hut

Dan Walton Oliver Chronicle For neighbours who like sharing the fruits of their labour with one another, there’s the Harvest Hut – offering up free, fresh...

Entrepreneur opening pot shop on Main Street

An old liquor store is applying to become a pot shop. An entrepreneur has applied to operate a cannabis dispensary at 6341 Station Street, in...

Car show at winery

Sixth annual Show, Shine & Wine Car Show at Oliver Twist Estate Winery, July 13 2019

Country rockers TrailHawk in town tonight

TrailerHawk is a country rock band made up of familiar Canadian professionals. Drummer Don Short was a member of Sons of Freedom. Their producer Colin...

Small wildfire at Atsiklak Creek

BC Forestry crews are on the scene of a 0.5-hectare wildfire burning Atsiklak Creek near Oliver Monday morning, six kilometres northeast of Town. The...

Wetlands project getting built ‘six years too late’

Dan Walton Oliver Chronicle The RDOS is finally going to filter out the crap that ends up in Vaseux Lake. That's because the board approved $383,701 for...

Knodel pushing for lobbying

Area C director Rick Knodel believes citizens must learn how to lobby, especially when it comes to funding for the Gallagher Lake siphon repair. “I’m...

New boss of the pound

An Oliver man who loves dogs has been appointed as the regional district’s animal control officer. Wayne Belleville was appointed to the position on last...

Stop-work order on kitchen at Nature’s Basket

Dan Walton Oliver Chronicle The owners of Nature’s Basket, a fruit stand south of town, were told by the RDOS they don’t have permission to operate...
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