File photo from the Trail SPCA.

Details of new BC SPCA facility in Castlegar to be unveiled Wednesday

Long-awaited plans for the new SPCA facility in Castlegar will be unveiled by a long list of dignitaries on Wednesday night.

Long-awaited plans for the new SPCA facility in Castlegar will be unveiled by a long list of dignitaries on Wednesday night.

The ceremony is set for 6:30 p.m. on Feb. 8 at the Selkirk Room of the Castlegar Complex.

Castlegar News will be in attendance, and we will post the architect’s drawings and other details of the BC SPCA West Kootenay Community Animal Centre as it will formally be known.

The BC SPCA’s chief executive officer Craig Daniell, Castlegar Mayor Lawrence Chernoff and other local dignitaries will gather for event.

Plans for new Castlegar SPCA facility moving forward

$5 million for aging BC SPCA shelters

Plans moving ahead for new SPCA facility in Castlegar

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