Canadians go to the polls on Monday, October 21, 2019 to elect a new government that will guide the electorate for the next four years.
To The Editor:
In a media release Monday, Interior Health announced that two new physicians are joining the local health care team at the Slocan Community Health Centre (SCHC) in New Denver.
The city is looking to add another tool to its municipal arsenal.
Acting on the advisement of senior building inspector Sam Ellison, city council is considering creating a notice on title enforcement tool.
People living on the East Shore of Kootenay Lake woke up Monday to more disruption of the Kootenay Lake Ferry system.
DriveBC is reporting the Kootenay Lake Ferry would be out of service from 6:30 a.m. to 3:50 p.m. Monday, except for esstential service sailings at 6:30 a.m. and 8:10 a.m. from Balfour and 7: 10 a.m. and 9 a.m. from the Kootenay Bay terminal.
Are some of us such sloppy drivers that we can't even stay between the lines on the highway? I was driving home from work tonight and met a pickup truck completely onto my side of the double solid line in a set of winding curves. Was the driver not paying attention or was he so intent on not slowing down that he straightened out the corners to avoid braking?
Come one. Come All. To the 7th Annual Green Home and Energy Show, set for Wednesday, October 2 at the Prestige Lakeside Resort Hotel in Nelson.
To the Editor,
Federal election candidates will have an opportunity to focus on issues around climate change and creating a healthier and more peaceful future in a pair of all-candidates forums slated for Oct. 7 (Nelson) and Oct. 9 (Castlegar).
A duo of prolific offenders from Trail who have allegedly been committing crimes throughout the region are once again making headlines after being released from custody against the expressed wishes of both RCMP and Crown counsel.
Both offenders have been released and re-arrested at least three times in the past two weeks alone.
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