Leaf fans are hoping whatever the hockey club was eating or drinking during the month of October is secretly packed away in a secure vault to be rationed throughout the remainder of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League season.
Because the past month saw the Green and White go undefeated, and race from the bottom to the top of the Murdoch Division standings.
There’s never been a better time to Fall Head Over Tails in Love.
The BC SPCA is teaming up with Hill’s®Pet Nutrition on Saturday, Nov. 9 to offer its second annual province-wide adoption promotion.
Fifteen officers are now cleared to use tasers, thanks to a training exercise in Trail, according to Trail Top Cop RCMP Sgt. Mike Wicentowich.
"From Oct. 21 to 25, the Trail and Greater District Detachment RCMP hosted taser training, which resulted in the certification of eight police officers and the re-certification of seven police officers in its operation."
By Dominic O'Sullivan -- Associate Professor of Political Science, Charles Sturt University
There may be some movement in the contract dispute between the two parties involved in the Kootenay Lake Ferry dispute after a representative from the BC Government and Service Employees Union said the employer, Western Pacific Marine has agreed to return to the bargaining table.
The union rep said, however, a date to return to bargaining hasn’t been confirmed yet.
Psychologists tell us that if you’ve experienced loss it can be healthy to write about it. Let’s see if that’s true…
If the Selkirk College Saints were looking for a key early-season bonding weekend full of memorable takeaways, they hit the mark on their latest trip to Vancouver Island.
Following a brief hiatus from the entertainment scene, The Royal is getting ready to kick open the doors with a list of events running from November 6-9.
The Baker Street business, located at 330 Baker Street in Nelson, is getting a new lease on life thanks to an excited group of new owners from Rossland and Squamish.