Reminiscing and reflecting on 50 inspiring years of post-secondary education at Selkirk College has resulted in a gift for future generations of learners.
By Carol Linnet of DeSmog Canada
B.C. Green Party leader Andrew Weaver went from being B.C.’s solitary Green MLA in 2013 to holding the balance of power in the province’s current minority government.
The Nelson Leafs made another move to bolster the lineup of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League club Wednesday by acquiring goalie Caiden Kreitz.
Kreitz, who turns 20 later this month, started the season with the Calgary Canucks of the Alberta Junior Hockey League before being moved to Cowichan Valley Capitals of the BC Hockey League.
A year ago, we revisited the 1992 “World Scientists’ Warning to Humanity.” Signed by a majority of Nobel laureates in sciences at the time and more than 1,700 leading scientists worldwide, the document warned, “Human beings and the natural world are on a collision course.”
The race for the top baby name for boys born in B.C. in 2017 is close. Benjamin is out in front so far, according to the Vital Statistics Agency's preliminary statistics from Jan. 1 to Dec. 15, 2017.
Red Dog dribbled their way to the grand prize at the 2018 Christmas Co-ed Rec Soccer Tournament at the Nelson Youth Soccer Indoor Facility.
Red Dog won the title during a wild final, winning by a 7-6 score.
Mallard's Source for sports salute the Co-ed Rec winners with Team of the Week.
To The Editor:
Some of my resolution for 2018 involves understanding my behavior.
Ticky-Tacka finished undefeated to capture the 2017 Christmas Co-ed Tournament Sunday at the Nelson Indoor Soccer Facility.
Ticky-Tacka cruised through the tournament before facing a tougher test in the final, winning 4-2.
Morag Patterson, Taylor Stewart and Mitch Melanson, with a pair, scored for the winners in the Open Division.
Grad 2005-2007 held off a later charge to defeat Grad 2003 58-51 in the final of the Blair D'Andrea Alumni Basketball Tournament during the Christmas holidays at the L.V. Rogers Hangar.
The silly season is over and so is the month of December at the Southeast Fire Centre.
Weather Forecaster Ron Lakeman said in the monthly synopsis that temperature in December was “0.5 of a degree cooler than normal” and amount of precipitation — mainly snow — “was 78% of normal.”