Enhanced patient care and improved conditions for health-care workers are coming to Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital (KBRH) as a new ambulatory care area and expanded pharmacy have been approved by the provincial government.
The Trail Smoke Eaters used a perfect penalty kill and a complete performance to help them to their third win in a row as they earned a 4-2 victory over the Langley Rivermen at the Trail Memorial Centre on Friday night.
Local police are expressing fear and frustration as motorists forced to use Pass Creek Road as a detour (after a very serious MVI on Hwy 3A) abandon common sense and drive recklessly fast with no care for themselves, other motorists or local pedestrians/pets/children.
All of the excitement Thursday at the Nelson Airport was High Terrain Helicopters training pilots for Class D operations.
High Terrain Helicopter pilots spent a few hours Thursday morning training in “long line” or “short haul” transportation, making trips to the Flag Pole on Elephant Mountain and back.
As the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League heads into the final two weeks of the season, only a few of the playoff spots remain up for grabs — all three in the Okanagan/Shuswap Conference.
The Sicamous Eagles, in the Doug Birks Division, and Osoyoos Coyotes and Princeton Posse, appear to have the inside track for post season play.
It’s been a love for more than a decade.
Next week in Red Deer, AB, Nelson’s Keiran Marchand gets to test his skills against the top athletes in the country as a member of Team BC at the 2019 Canada Winter Games.
Soon, spring will have sprung. And so will delays for traffic on the Kootenay Lake Ferry system due to annual low-water levels in the West Arm of Kootenay Lake during the spring.
Which is why the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure is implementing the following service changes for MV Osprey and MV Balfour ferries.
March 10 to March 23:
In a media release Thursday, Grand Forks City Council said a conference call regarding the 2nd Street and 19th Street developments was held with Selina Robinson, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, several members of her senior staff and the CEO of BC Housing, Shayne Ramsay.
Air Canada’s announcement today that it will be cancelling flights from Cranbrook to Calgary may not be the bad news it seems at first blush.
For starters, councillor Sue Heaton-Sherstobitoff pointed out that Air Canada’s decision was based on economic feasibility, but it appears West Jet will continue providing the Cranbrook/Calgary service.
There's a bit of a Swiss cheese – full of holes – feel to some of the defences put forward by clerk Craig James and sergeant-at-arms Gary Lenz to Speaker Darryl Plecas’s report that "accused the two of “flagrant overspending” including inappropriate expenses, lavish foreign trips, and questionable retirement and pay benefits."
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