The Knights of Columbus have named Nelson native David Hogg as 2018 Citizen of the Year.
Hogg, the pipe major for the Kootenay Kiltie Band, has been a staple in the community for years, leading pipers in numerous events including Remembrance Day, Canada Day, High School Graduation Ceremonies as well as Navy Cadet inspection events.
The Trail and Greater District Detachment Victim Services would like to offer their assistance to the members of the public who were affected by the fatal motor vehicle accident which occurred Sunday, March 17, on Seven Mile Dam Road, in Trail, BC, that claimed the lives of two local teenagers. Victim Services has a wide range of services and information that is made available to public when r
Registration is open for the Community Futures Central Kootenay 2019 Community Economic Development Forum in Castlegar, BC on April 8 – 9.
The theme for this two-day event is Natural Disasters – how to prepare, respond and recover.
When Canadians are asked what makes them proud to be Canadians, many say that our health care system is a big part of that pride. We care about each other and want to make sure that everyone has access to health care when they are sick or injured. But our medicare system has some big gaps, and one of those is our access to prescription drugs.
Partnering with Co-op Education & Employment Services to hire a co-op student from Selkirk College brings countless paybacks to employers throughout the province.
Selkirk College co-op students are fresh out of the classroom, immediately productive and bring an enthusiasm and cutting-edge industry know-how to the workplace.
Yesterday, March 19, the RCMP Underwater Recovery Team was successful in locating the vehicle. Tragically, both missing teens were located deceased. The conditions were difficult and the recovery operation took a significant amount of time to complete. The cooperation of the Dam authority, BC Hydro, helped the operation in lowering the water level.
The BC Government had its MLA’s out in the province announcing first poverty reduction strategy, TogetherBC.
The strategy outlines programs and initiatives that will help reduce overall poverty in the province by 25%, and cut child poverty in half, over the next five years.
Three City of Nelson Councillors are in Vancouver recently to attend the annual BC Tech Summit.
This years’ SROAMazing Race is back once again and being held, for the third year running, at Nelson’s Whitewater Ski Resort on March 29th.
Based on the popular TV Show The Amazing Race, the 2019 edition of the SROAMazing Race will once again be a fun, community based, inclusive event, highlighting snow safety through our engaging mountain activities at Whitewater Ski Resort.