To The Editor:
Any day now the BCUC will rule on whether rural Nelson hydro customers will be paying more for power than city customers.
There is a clause in the Community Charter that says councillors can be held personally financially accountable. Might this apply to what I am presenting below?
It can be challenging travelling in the winter and even more so crossing the border, but Tourism Rossland has confirmed that a Spokane Airport Shuttle, facilitated by Kootenay Gateway Mountain Shuttle, will run 7 days a week, December 13, 2019 to March 29, 2020, to get skiers to the hills in Rossland or Nelson.
Add another name to the ballot in the riding of Kootenay Columbia for the upcoming Federal Elections after Robin Goldsbury was selected to run under the Liberal banner.
Goldsbury, a resident of Balfour, was recently announced as the Liberal Candidate Federal Party.
Get read for the 26 Annual Pass Creek Fall Fair - Sept. 21 and 22, from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.
Pass Creek Exhibition Grounds - Relkoff Road, Robson, B.C.
First-time author D. M. Ditson of Invermere will launch her award-winning memoir Wide Open with a Book Launch and Recovery Conversation tour. She will hold events in Kimberley, Trail, Castlegar, Creston, Kelowna and Revelstoke between Sept. 16 and 24 and will be speaking at the Kootenay Regional Domestic Violence Conference in Nelson.
The Cops for Kids contingent (including Castlegar’s own Const. Ron George, as well as four people riding out of Nelson – two sheriffs, one constable and one administrative staff member) wound up Day Three of their 10-day, 1,000-km ride at the Castlegar Safeway Sunday afternoon, at the triumphant and tired end to another day of this stunning endeavour to help kids in our region.
Two women once appeared for trial on on of my traffic court dates. Both were disputing a ticket for failing to wear a seat belt under section 220(4) of the Motor Vehicle Act. They each testified that they were wearing their seat belt, but had placed the shoulder belt under their arms.
The CNIB (Canadian National Institute for the Blind) Foundation is calling for an end to discrimination against Canadians who depend on guide dogs for mobility, safety and increased independence.
In a media release Thursday, Health Canada said it is advising Canadians who use vaping products to monitor themselves for symptoms of pulmonary illness (e.g., cough, shortness of breath, chest pain) and to seek medical attention promptly if they have concerns about their health.
Full support was given by city council to a new city policy regarding letters of support coming from City Hall.
The city has formally adopted a policy in order to streamline how requests for letters of support are dealt with in council chambers, and the first line of request is city staff.