Forget about saving your quarters and loonies for parking, the new age of positioning your vehicle in the downtown has arrived and it doesn’t require coins.
Front-line workers demand government provide more treatment programs as crisis shows no signs of slowing down
Sara Bates has worked as an outreach nurse in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside for 11 years and says it’s been extremely difficult to watch as the opioid crisis takes a critical toll on the community she calls her office.
The Nelson Selects scored early and often en route to a convincing 9-0 shellacking of Kootenay East in BC Soccer Provincial B U13 Boy’s Playoff action.
The win, couple with a series victory over Kootenay South, qualifies the Selects for the BC Soccer Provincial B Cup July 6-9 in Vernon.
Selkirk College’s Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Program has brought a world of cultural experiences to one alumna who’s chosen to build a career at home in the West Kootenay.
To The Editor:
If Alberta Premier Rachel Notley and Prime Minister Trudeau think that they can dictate to British Columbians on the basis of whose economy and environment is more important, then they need to think again.
A reduction in water levels on the Slocan River has allowed the Regional District of Central Kootenay to rescind Evacuation Orders for the last home on Voykin Road.
However, the RDCK said the area will remain on Evacuation Alert with residents prepared to evacuate, if necessary.
The properties that remain on Evacuation Alert are:
Interior Health in a media release Tuesday said recreation users can go back to their normal habits around the Balfour Ferry terminal.
The Regional District of Central Kootenay has issued an Evacuation Alert for four properties at the mouth of Tam O’Shanter Creek near Riondel.
The RDCK made the announcement in a media release Monday.
The L.V. Rogers Bombers came ever so close to winning back-to-back BC High School Tier I Rugby Championship.
The Bombers dropped a heartbreaking 17-13 decision to Glenlyon Norfolk of Victoria in the Division Final Saturday in Abbotsford.
The Bombers advanced to the final by stopping Seycove 22-17 in the semi-final.
The Heart and Stroke Big Bike made a stop in Nelson Monday.
The Heart and Stroke Big Bike is a unique fundraising event — 29 riders pedal one Big Bike!
For 20 minutes, 29 riders from Road Warriors from Remax & RHC powered through the downtown core of the Heritage City raising money for the Heart and Stroke Foundation.