“The end of one year and the beginning of a new one is a chance to reflect and an opportunity to set new goals to shape a better future – for ourselves, our families and our entire province.
The code of conduct to which all regional district directors adhere could come under some scrutiny in the new year.
The BC Government Vital Statistics Agency has released the most popular names for babies born in the province for 2022, with Noah topping the list.
The Vital Statistics Agency said in a media release that Noah is followed by Olivia, Oliver, Liam, Theodore, Jack, Emma, Lucas, Leo and Sofia, according preliminary figures for 2022.
Avalanche Canada, in partnership with Parks Canada, is issuing a Special Public Avalanche Warning (SPAW) for recreational backcountry users in the BC Interior.
This special warning is in effect immediately and will apply through the end of Monday, January 2.
Here's to all the white fluffy stuff making the trees, mountains and our yards all sparkly and pretty.
It's been a big year. We have been responding to an increased number of calls, and our team behind the scenes has been keeping pace with strategy and organization to support the growing charity.
Let's take a look at where we've been this year and where we would like to go...
Canada’s first permanent cap on fees charged to restaurants by food-delivery companies will go into effect in British Columbia on Jan. 1, 2023, giving restaurant owners more certainty about their costs.
The Trail and Greater District RCMP responded to a report of a violent home invasion on Christmas Eve.
On Dec. 24, at 2:05 p.m., the Trail and Greater District RCMP received a report of a home invasion in which one man was shot with rubber bullets at a residence on the 700 block of Short Street in Trail.
KAST Youth, in partnership with FortisBC, is excited to announce the winners of this year’s Kootenay Contraption Contest, an annual fall initiative that challenges Kootenay youth to dream big and design a contraption that solves a relevant problem using STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math) and innovation.
The Nelson Polar Bear Swim is back, ready to host participants for the High Noon dip on Sunday, January 1, 2023.
The event is a fundraiser for Kootenay Co-op Radio — the locally powered community radio station — and FoKLSS (Friends of Kootenay Lake Society) — which runs important stewardship projects needed to improve the health of Kootenay Lake.
[Editor's Note: The author's political commentary refers mainly to the U.S., but the scientific explanation he provides applies to Canada's extreme-cold winter weather events as well as those in the U.S.]
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