Regional News

Selkirk College Distinguished Alumnus Rises to Peak of the Ski Industry

Panorama Mountain Village President and CEO Steve Paccagnan will receive the honour of Distinguished Alumnus at the Selkirk College Graduation 2017 ceremony on April 28 at the Castlegar Campus. Paccagnan graduated from the Ski Resort Operations & Management Program in 1988.

One of Canada’s ski industry leaders will be honoured as a Distinguished Alumnus at the upcoming Selkirk College Graduation 2017 ceremony.

Discover College Life at Experience Selkirk Day

Experience Selkirk Day is an annual event, where Grade 10, 11 and 12 students are invited to come to Selkirk College and experience what it's like to be a college student for a day. Pre-register before May 4.

High school students in the region are invited to experience Selkirk College for a day at an annual event that serves up educational pathways with a taste of campus life.

Grade 10, 11 and 12 students are invited to Selkirk College on May 17 for Experience Selkirk Day which will feature workshops that help them explore college programs and define potential careers.

Fatality in connection with Warfield blaze

Fatality in connection with Warfield blaze

A local blaze may have claimed the life of a Warfield resident today, according to Fire Rescue acting Captain Rick Morris.

Morris said the call came in at 1:52 p.m. and fire crews arrived at 331 Murray Drive at 1:58 p.m.  They were able to knock the fire down, but an elderly male was found deceased at the scene. Morris was unwilling to speculate as to the man’s cause of death.

The cause of the fire itself is also still under investigation.

Four firefighters from Company 2 (Warfield) and 10 firefighters from Company 4 (Trail) attended.

City receives $10,000 grant on behalf of DBA for heritage signs 

Grand Forks Downtown is getting a facelift thanks to a British Columbia | Canada 150: Celebrating B.C. Communities fund grant.

The City of Grand Forks is going heritage — signs, that is.

In a media release Monday, the city communications department said Grand Forks is receiving $10,000 for the Downtown Heritage Signs project.

The project and grant application was approved as a partnership with the Downtown Business Association.  

“We’re proud to help highlight the area’s heritage and to further enhance our Downtown,” said Mayor Frank Konrad. 

LETTER: Canadian Federation of Students replies to Selkirk students

LETTER: Canadian Federation of Students replies to Selkirk students


Selkirk Students Deserve Fair, Transparent and Democratic Referendum

(On April 5) the Castlegar Source published a letter to the editor containing  misinformation about Selkirk College students' membership in the Canadian  Federation of Students. The letter leaves out some critical information that Selkirk students need to hear. (To read the letter, click here).

City to bump up monthly cost of electrical and garbage utilities

The final adoption of the new bylaw rates puts them into law expected to come April 10.

It's going to cost a little more to plug in and throw out in Grand Forks this year.

Electricity and garbage collection rates will be going up this year after city council approved third reading on an increase to the two services in the Fees and Charges Bylaw, with final adoption of the new bylaw rates to put them into law expected to come April 10.

Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital benefits from funding announcement

Health Minister Terry Lake and Boundary-Similkameen MLA Linda Larson were in Trail last week to announce a new emergency department that will enhance patient care at Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital. — Submitted photo

Some of the money the sitting Liberal government has been handing out around the province prior to the upcoming election fell into the Kootenay West riding last week as Health Minister Terry Lake announced a new emergency department that will enhance patient care at Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital in Trail.

This new project follows recently concluded improvements worth $1.77 million to the hospital’s intensive care unit (ICU).

LETTER: Canadian Federation of Students sues Selkirk College students

LETTER: Canadian Federation of Students sues Selkirk College students

Students at Selkirk College have become embroiled in a legal battle for the right to vote about their membership in a national student group, according to Selkirk College Students’ Union Director at-Large Santanna Hernandez.

“Students submitted a valid petition for a referendum on membership in the Canadian Federation of Students, but instead of holding a vote this semester, the Federation sued us to stop the process,” she said.

MISSING: Police seek help finding Creston man

MISSING: Police seek help finding Creston man

The Castlegar RCMP are asking for the public's assistance in locating 59-year -old Leo Patrick Remy, according to Sgt. Laurel Mathew.

Remy  was last seen leaving a local hotel on April 1. Remy’s car, a 1996 grey Honda Accord, was located parked at the west end of the Kinnaird Bridge on Monday, April 3. It was first noticed there on Saturday, April 1 by a passerby.

 Remy is described as: a black male, height 5'8”, weight 170 lbs. It is unknown what he was last wearing.

Caribou, Logging, Wolves and Corporate Donors

Photo by David Moskowitz for DeSmog Canada

What poses the greatest hazard to BC's endangered Southern Mountain Caribou -- habitat loss, wolves, or corporate donors?  Or are all three of those factors linked, and if so, how? This opinion piece is from DeSmog Canada.  Read and contemplate.

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