Recreation and Leisure Fair

The City of Selkirk is pleased to welcome everyone to the 20th Annual Recreation and Leisure Fair coming up August 23 at the Selkirk Recreation Complex. The event will run from 5 to 8pm in the lobby area of the complex. Plan to attend and get ready for the autumn and winter season ahead. As…

A Celebration of Culture and Diversity

Multicultural Extravaganza this Saturday Canada’s cultural mosaic will be on full display this Saturday as the 2017 edition of the Multicultural Extravaganza hits the stage in the City of Selkirk. The third installment of the 2017 Waterfront Concert Series, this annual event will bring together a full evening of great entertainment that crosses an array…

From the Mayor: BC Wildfires

Over the past number of days, several communities in British Columbia been beset by wildfires that have threatened their homes and communities. It is reported that as many as 183 fires are burning, many out of control, forcing thousands from their homes. All of us at the City of Selkirk would like to take a…

Resurfacing and Land Drainage on City Streets

An investment of close to $1-million will improve three city streets, drainage and reduce the number of combined sewer systems that still exist in Selkirk. Dan McDermid, Director of Operations, said portions of McLean, Sophia and Pacific were selected for resurfacing and land drainage improvements this summer, in accordance with the city’s Capital Asset Management Program…

City Awaits New Mosquito Control Product

New provincial legislation that bans the use of Malathion for mosquito control and a shortage of the recently approved replacement product will put mosquito fogging in the City of Selkirk on hold for the time being. Dan McDermid, the city’s Director of Operations, said a product called Delta Guard has only recently been approved by…