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Did you know that the Boundary Creek Times is available online? It’s to be found at www.boundarycreektimes.com.

There you can read the latest eEdition. Browse the print edition page by page, including stories and ads. You can even browse the archives. There will often be photos online that we simply didn’t have room for in the print edition. The Boundary Creek Times is in tune with the West Boundary, and we want to connect through both print and online.

There is an online community calendar too, but unlike the calendar on page 2 in the print edition, you will have to submit your own non-commercial events to the online calendar. But it’s free and it’s easy to do online. Look for the link under Community in the banner at the top of the page.

It’s a fact that typos and misspellings will creep into the odd article and it can be especially unfortunate if it happens in a story you wanted to clip for the family album. But you can still get a corrected copy—an online version. Just let us know of the error and we can make the correction to the online article.

Perhaps you have a story to tell? Submit details via the Contact Us link under Home in the banner at the top of the page.

We’re keen to share news, sports and community events. If you have a story idea you’d like us to pursue—from a confidential news tip to sporting success, high school plays to new business ventures, even a community enterprise feature —send us a few details. You tell us the news you want to see. Community news is a collaborative effort. We realize important stories that really matter to you are those that affect our daily lives. So check us out at www.boundarycreektimes.com.

 

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