Nelson Leafs, 3-1 in November following a perfect October record, play host to a pair of Kootenay International Junior Hockey League home games Friday and Saturday at the NDCC Arena.
Friday, Nelson welcomes the second-place Chase Heat of the Doug Birks Division before tangling with Murdoch rival Grand Forks Border Bruins Saturday.
Minister of Social Development and Poverty Reduction, Shane Simpson and NDP colleague and Nelson-Creston MLA Michelle Mungall made a stop at Community Futures in Nelson Thursday to announce new initiative to support cannabis businesses in the Kootenays.
By Jason Asbell, Program Director, Nelson Civic Theatre
Cinema of Human Beings – a week or two that Scorsese would appreciate
The road to the BC Championships begins Friday for eight single-A girl’s teams as Mount Sentinel Wildcats prepare to host the Kootenay Zone Tournament Friday and Saturday at Castlegar’s Selkirk College Gymnasium.
Fernie, Elkford, Sparwood, Fernie Academy, Nakusp, Boundary Central of Midway and Salmo join host Wildcats at the zone tournament.
The Regional District of Central Kootenay (RDCK) is developing a Community Heritage Register to formally acknowledge places of cultural heritage significance. The public is being asked to complete a survey to better capture the places that matter to the community as a whole.
Phony currency has police warning retailers and the public to be wary of high-denomination bills such as $50 and $100, according to RCMP Sgt. Mike Wicentowich.
``On Nov. 10, the Trail and Greater District Detachment RCMP received two separate reports of a male suspect using counterfeit $50 bills at businesses in the Trail area.
Recent thefts and the approaching holiday season have police reminding residents to be diligent in securing deliveries and packages.
Trail RCMP Sgt. Mike Wicentowich said deliveries left on front doorsteps may be targeted by opportunistic thieves.
The Province will restrict vapour product access, flavours, nicotine content, packaging and advertising, and intends to increase taxes on vapour products, to protect youth from risks associated with vaping.
More than 50,000 kits containing the life-saving medication naloxone have been used to reverse opioid overdoses in B.C.
In total, 175,022 naloxone kits have been reported distributed to people who use drugs and those who are likely to witness an overdose through the BC Centre for Disease Control’s (BCCDC) Take Home Naloxone program.
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