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Candidates Forum in Princeton

October 31, 2014


Report on the All Candidates Forum in Princeton held October 29. Reprinted from The New Coalmont Courier. The meeting started with the usual self introductions of the candidates. Jamie Frandsen is originally from North Vancouver and has been visiting the area since he was 10. He sees this now as an opportunity to get involved […]

Area H Director Nominations

October 2, 2014


An important conversation about the future of our Area ‘H’ communities. With the municipal elections coming up, it is time to think about what will happen next. Brad Hope says he will be stepping down and nominations are open for the position of Director. This is a very important position from our perspective because it […]

Doctors in Princeton

August 15, 2013


[Edward Staples] ~ Over the past fifteen months, Support Our Health Care (SOHC) has been working collaboratively with several organizations and individuals to improve health care for Princeton and Area residents. The recent developments announced by IHA are proof that these efforts are beginning to pay off. By the end of this October, we will […]

Health Care Action Framework

August 12, 2013


A health coalition group consisting of leaders from the Town of Princeton, the Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen, the Interior Health Authority, the local Division of Family Practice, and Princetonʼs physicians and nurse practicioner, have worked together for the last six months to develop a Health Care Action Famework for Princeton and Area. The process was […]

Area ‘H’ Community Network

April 16, 2013


Residents and landowners in Area ‘H’ now have an easy way to communicate with each other as a group. It is hoped that this will be particularly useful for the various community associations. Anyone with an Area ‘H’ address can join the list. Send an empty e-mail to and you will get information back. […]

Community Meeting

April 16, 2013


Last Saturday, Brad Hope hosted a lunch meeting for Area ‘H’ community members at the Riverside Community Centre. The main purpose of the gathering was to discuss the Community Forest funds which will be coming available. However, there were several other presentations which were relevant to the area. Rob Smylie showed off his pet respirator […]

Amalgamate Area ‘H’ with Princeton?

November 3, 2011


UPDATE: The responses to the below question (in oder of presentation) were as follows: * Charles Weber – YES * Brad Hope – NO * Fred Thomas – NO * Randy McLean – Unclear * Councillors – Varied from “yes”, through “maybe” and “probably not”, to “no”. Tonight will be the All Candidates Forum at […]