With all the political posturing around climate change, we have in effect global acknowledgement that human accelerated climate change is real. Now comes the painful process, for us all, as governments and lobby groups put their spin on the reality to fit their own political agenda that might cause delays in positive action. One hope, for us all, could be that they all at least start to take
In an effort to help share the operational and maintenance costs of the aging Civic Centre after a lease agreement expired 10 years ago, the city has now levied a 221 per cent increase to the Glacier Gymnastics Club’s rent.
Nelson Selects turned up the tempo to score a bronze medal at the Les Sinnott Memorial Provincial B Cup Soccer Tournament this past week in Vernon.
Matti Erickson netted a pair of goals to spark the Nelson Selects to a 3-1 victory over South Burnaby United in the medal match.
The B.C. government recognizes the overwhelming generosity of British Columbians and the various organizations who are pulling together to help those affected by the wildfires burning in various areas throughout the province.
Anyone wanting to provide assistance to those affected by the wildfires has a variety of ways to do so.
A cause of a two vehicle collision on Highway 33, eight kilometers North of Westbridge that closed the road and almost started a wildfire remains under investigation said RCMP.
Midway RCMP responded to the accident at approximately 2:20 p.m. on Highway 33.
Calgary is definitely a long way to travel to win a bronze medal.
However, for members of the West Kootenay Wolfpack Peewee Lacrosse team, while the annual Calgary Canada Day tournament signals the end of the season, there's plenty of optimism of a bright future for the spring time sport.
“Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the assessment that something is more important than fear.” – Franklin D. Roosevelt
BC Wildfire Service is expecting smoke from the Kamloops and Cariboo Fire Centres to drift into the Southeast Fire Centre by Sunday Karlie Shaughnessy of the Fire Information Office said in a media release.
Shaughnessy added smoke is expected to continue moving through this region, so long as the prevailing winds come from the west and northwest.
Environment Canada had ended the Special Weather Statement for the Boundary, West Kootenay as of early Sunday evening.
Environment Canada said windy and unsettled weather would continue Sunday to push across the BC Interior.
However, the scattered thunderstorms never materialized.
The Special Weather Statement continues for Okanagan and Cariboo regions of the province.
Williams Lake - Targeted enforcement of prolific property criminals in the Williams Lake area resulted in the arrest of two individuals following a vehicle stop.