Technology is an essential element of today’s post-secondary landscape and to help learners struggling to equip themselves properly, Selkirk College has reached out to the greater community for assistance.
The Regional District of Central Kootenay (RDCK) Community Services continues to work on getting facilities open to the public.
The most recent announcement by the RDCK said staff and management are working towards a return to aquatics with the opening of indoor pools in Castlegar, Creston and Nelson targeted for Tuesday, October 13th.
In a news release on the BC Nurses’ Union website, a study says that inadequate staffing and constantly changing protocols is key factors leading to high levels of PTSD and emotional exhaustion.
It appears to be a two-person race in the Boundary-Similkameen riding for the vacant seat in the upcoming BC Provincial Election.
Both leading parties in the BC Legislature, NDP and Liberals, announced candidates after Premier John Horgan announced the snap election earlier this month.
Most of us can remember a time in childhood when we were caught doing something wrong and pointed a finger at someone else for the misdeed. We might even still feel guilty about it.
Does it seem odd (to put it mildly) that our provincial government is willing to spend between $4,300 and $10,000 per wolf to kill over 400 wolves near small and struggling groups of caribou in BC, allegedly to help endangered caribou survive, wh
Carter Anderson is the latest recipient of the Hume Innkeepers Kerry Dyck Memorial Soccer Scholarship.
Anderson was recently presented with the scholarship by Kevin Lewis of the Hume Innkeepers.
“Carter is a great example of hard work, leadership, commitment and humbleness,” said Lewis speaking about Anderson.
More than $100 million in city-led shovel-ready projects could be digging into the city over the next few years.
A Health Campus at Mount St. Francis and a new electric ready ferry for Kootenay Lake headline a list of five major projects on the front burner for Nelson, it was announced in city council recently.
This past summer was unlike any other, and getting outside was one of the few things that kept me sane. Fall has now arrived, but the memory of line-ups to get a spot in our local parks has not yet faded. As candidates and platforms get announced for next month’s election, I hope that parks and nature will be on the agenda.
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