Fernie, BC: The Elk Valley Regional RCMP is seeking the assistance of the public in their investigation of a missing person.
Lots of days consist of catching 12 – 20 fish each day. So, there is still no lack of action for our customers. Rainbows between 2 – 6 Lbs have been caught lately…
Three members of polygamist sect are accused of taking underage girls across U.S. border
The first measurable snowfall to hit the valley bottoms of southeast BC is expected Friday evening into Saturday before turning to rain. Higher amounts expected on the Highway Passes including the Paulson Summit, Kootenay Pass and Rogers Pass.
When Vogue Magazine puts one of your ski resorts (Revelstoke Mountain Resort) in the spotlight and when your mountains are recognized worldwide as iconic symbols of Canada, you know you’re in a beautiful part of B.C.
Hockey Canada, on behalf of the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF), has announced the 2019 IIHF World Junior Championship will return to British Columbia.
The Kootenay Conservation Program (KCP) awarded their annual Conservation Leadership Awards as part of their Annual Gathering in Creston on November 25.
Interior Health has donated 44 radon kits to the Trail Area Health & Environment Committee (THEC) and City of Trail to springboard a campaign to encourage homeowners and municipalities to test their buildings for radon before the end of 2016.
The Sinixt First Nation is in the midst of an unprecedented Canadian court battle to win Aboriginal rights to its wildlife-rich traditional territory in B.C. by proving it is not extinct.
This week, the Ktunaxa Nation will go before the Supreme Court of Canada to present their case—the culmination of a decades long struggle to halt development of a large-scale ski resort proposed in the heart of Qat’muk (the Jumbo Valley), a place of spiritual, cultural and ecological significance in BC’s Purcell Mountains.