Disaster will strike Nelson’s Hall Street on May 7th when local agencies come together as part of National Emergency Preparedness Week to host Disaster Day.
Ferry Service Interruption
Arrow Park Ferry Both directions – Ferry Service Interruption at Junction of Upper and Lower Arrow Lakes. Ferry is back in service but operating at reduced speed until further notice. Updated on Mon May 2 at 8:21 pm PDT.
Consultations with the B.C. film and television industry have led to proposed adjustments to the province’s film tax credit rates that provide certainty to the film industry while keeping the subsidy affordable for taxpayers, Finance Minister Michael de Jong announced today.
Wildfires have led to evacuation notices for hundreds in Alberta and B.C., as crews continue to battle several blazes and experts say the dry temperatures could make for a long and brutal fire season.
FEATURED PHOTO: TMTV.NET© FIRE NEAR NELSON BC SUMMER OF 2015
Brian Taylor is running in a byelection for a vacant city council seat
Look for the BIG, YELLOW BUS!
The B.C. government has proclaimed May 2016 as “Invasive Species Action Month” to help raise awareness of the environmental and economic damage that invasive plants and animals can cause if they become established in the province.
The parents of two-year-old Issac Leuenberger, missing for 16 hours overnight in a B.C. provincial park, are thanking the dozens of volunteers from around the Kootenays who took part in the successful search.
A two-year-old boy missing since Saturday in B.C.’s Premier Lake Provincial Campground has been found safe and in good health.