In the spirit of partnership and reconciliation, a landmark agreement to explore salmon reintroduction into the Columbia River Basin between the Syilx Okanagan, Ktunaxa and Secwepemc Indigenous Nations, Canada and British Columbia was signed Monday in Castlegar.
The Ernie Gare Athletic Scholarship, based in Nelson, is Canada’s first and longest running athletic scholarship.
The son of the scholarship founder Ernie Gare Sr, Danny Gare, returned to his stomping grounds to present the current board with a cheque for $7,500 from a Roast held in Buffalo in February.
Savoy Inn saved the best for the playoff tournament, defeating DeVitos 16-4 in the A-Final as Nelson Mixed Slopitch celebrated its 25thseason.
The Championship was the 15th for Savoy Inn over the past 25 years.
Mallard’s Source for sports would like to salute the Mixed Slopitch winners with Team of the Week honours.
The city slammed the door on another non-medical cannabis retail licence application for Grand Forks, denying a development variance deemed for Donaldson Drive in the old Greyhound Bus depot.
ICBC is taking the next step into telematics research with a one-year pilot project—this time recruiting as many as 7,000 drivers to see if technology can improve their driving and make B.C. roads safer.
A man who walked away from the Trail Daily Pavilion was apprehended by police without incident Tuesday near the 800 block of Front Street, Nelson Police said in a media release.
The federal election will be here before we know it.
During the summer, many Canadians long to experience the great outdoors but research shows fewer of us are doing so these days. A recent survey commissioned by the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) found that 87 per cent of respondents felt happier, healthier and more productive when connected to nature.
Coming soon, well maybe in a few years for West Kootenay Transit riders, to a BC Transit bus stop near you — a fully electric provincial fleet.
In a media release, BC Transit announced its pathway to a fully electric provincial fleet.
The Kootenay International Junior Hockey League lost one of its main supporters after Kelowna Chiefs president and GM, Grant Sheridan recently passed away at Kelowna General Hospital.
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