Basketball Officials in the West Kootenay are once again joining with their provincial colleagues to raise money and awareness in the 14th Call a Foul on Cancer — Pink Whistle Legacy Fund — which strives to raise funds for the Canadian Cancer Society — B.C. and Yukon Division.
A small amount of residential properties distributed around Kootenay Lake are expected to suffer the highest proportion of economic losses if the lake were to flood, a study commissioned by the regional district found.
The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is committed to keeping prohibited firearms and weapons out of our communities and ensuring that those who break our laws are held accountable.
In January 2023, border services officers at CBSA Commercial Operations, Vancouver International Airport District, intercepted several parcels containing large quantities of prohibited weapons.
A little snow started to fall just in time to make the Coldest Night of the Year (CNOY) walk in Nelson a little more winter-like and stunningly beautiful.
More than 300 individuals on 59 teams registered to walk on Saturday, February 25th to raise funds to support the community and raise funds they did.
On February 21, 2023 at 4:40 p.m., Grand Forks officers attended to a report of a collision involving two semi trucks and a SUV on Highway 3 and McRae Road in Christina Lake, BC.
Grand Forks RCMP said it appears that the SUV was trying to pass a semi on poor roads when an oncoming semi’s trailer began to lose control and crossed into the path of the SUV sideswiping the SUV.
On Saturday, Feb 25, at 3:35 pm, a collision between two vehicles on Hwy 3A near Castlegar left two dead, according to BC Highway Patrol Insp.Chad Badry.
People can count on some extra help through another BC Affordability Credit in their bank accounts this April.
Bright futures await graduates from Selkirk College’s School of Hospitality & Tourism and employers from across the province who are eager to meet potential industry stars descended on Nelson’s Tenth Street Campus to get acquainted.
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Nelson Nordic ski club attended a cross country ski race that attracts racers from all over the province in Revelstoke on February 18 and 19.
The Nelson Nordic Race team had an amazing group of 18 racers at the event; our biggest turnout at a BC cup race ever.
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