On Saturday, October 14th 2017, the cadets from 561 Nelson Osprey Squadron, Royal Canadian Air Cadets went flying over Nelson and area. The cadets were flown in 2 Cessna 172 aircraft.
Continue reading Nelson Air Cadets view Nelson from the Air
WorkSafeBC is urging owners of pre-1990s homes to talk to their contractor about asbestos before starting home renovations or a demolition.
Continue reading WorkSafeBC warning homeowners about the dangers of asbestos
The B.C. government has created the Above and Beyond Awards program to recognize people who made a big difference in their communities during 2017’s devastating floods and wildfires, Premier John Horgan announced Saturday.
Continue reading B.C. recognizes wildfire, flood volunteers, first responders with new award
The sightings started around Saturday and on Sunday the bear found a road kill deer just east of the Sitkum Creek bridge which is likely the reason for the volume of sightings recently.
Continue reading Conservation Officers warn of Grizzly bear sighting around Sitkum Creek and highway 3A near Nelson BC
A project to improve safety and increase capacity by four-laning a section of the Trans-Canada Highway, between Donald and Forde Station Road, will soon be posted to BC Bid.
Continue reading Ministry to widen Highway 1 to four lanes west of Golden
However, burning prohibitions will remain in effect for the Boundary, Arrow, Kootenay Lake, Invermere and Cranbrook fire zones
Continue reading Open fires allowed within Columbia Fire Zone
The Kootenay Conservation Program (KCP) was excited to award its annual Conservation Leadership Awards as part of the KCP Fall Gathering that took place in Cranbrook last month.
Continue reading Annual Conservation Leadership Awards Presented
Every year in Canada, about 12,200 people are hospitalized and 3,500 people die from influenza or its complications
Continue reading Time to get the flu shot – Interior Health
Suspected number of deaths for the year to date is now 1,013 compared to 922 people in all of 2016
Continue reading B.C. overdose deaths now surpass 2016 total