The Cranbrook RCMP, along with the assistance of trusty dog Denim, was able to retrieve the stolen goods and put the suspect in jail.
Const. K.P. Forgeron of the Cranbrook RCMP explains how this was all done in a Christmas poem.
Every Cranbrookian down in Cranbrook liked Christmas a lot.
But the Grinch west of Cranbrook did not.
The future of development in Alberta’s oilsands lies in underground, steam-assisted operations that represent some of the country’s fastest growing greenhouse gas emissions. These projects have never been subject to federal environmental reviews and that’s not expected to change with Ottawa’s new-and-improved assessment rules.
A Heritage City business is picking up the pieces after fire caused between $40,000 to $60,000 in damage Tuesday afternoon in the Uphill Nelson Fire Rescue said in a media release.
By Walter Sinnot-Armstrong, for Aeon
A large tract of protected lands stretches between Nelson and Creston, including areas managed by the Province of British Columbia and the Darkwoods Conservation Area, owned and managed by the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC). Yet one area within Darkwoods — the Next Creek watershed — remains unprotected.
Two icons in the local arts and entertainment industry were recently honoured by Nelson’s Cultural Development Committee.
Singer/performer, music director and choral arranger, Allison Girvan, and professional performing artist Pat Henman were presented with respective awards by Mayor John Dooley and Councillor Jesse Woodward during a recent ceremony at Nelson City Hall.
There’s good news on the horizon for natural gas users in BC.
FortisBC, the natural gas supplier for many homes throughout the province, says supply status is now elevated to "normal" from “limited" following the pipeline explosion near Prince George in early October.
Four players from the Selkirk College Saints hockey program will be watching the upcoming IIHF World Junior Championships with a little more interest after tangling with the Kazakhstan National Junior Team in the Lower Mainland.
Kootenay Coumbia MP Wayne Stetski wants regional employers to know that it is time again to apply for funding to hire students for the summer of 2019.