Boundary Wood looking for capital of $3 - 5 million

Midway Mayor Randy Kappes addresses the audience of nearly 100 in Rock Creek alongside Stephen Hill; Photo, Mona Mattei
Over 100 people from the West Boundary area have said that they are interested in potentially buying a $10,000 share in the newly formed Boundary Wood Products Inc. The company, unveiled by local government representatives last week, is trying to raise between $3 – 5 million to finance the new business.

Mercury spills into Columbia during pipe work at Teck

Mercury spills into Columbia during pipe work at Teck

Investigation work is ongoing into the spill of mercury into the Columbia River from Teck Trail Operations last Thursday, October 7. While not yet confirmed, it is suspected that between 12 and 15 kilograms of mercury was discharged into the river. Teck’s permitted mercury discharge levels into the river are 400 grams per day.

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