After reaching a tentative agreement on November 23, the respective bargaining principals for Kootenay Savings Credit Union and United Steelworkers Locals 9705 and 1‐405 have now ratified the terms of a renewed collective agreement.
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The provincial government is providing more than $550,000 to support energy efficiency and renewable energy projects, including solar power, biomass heating and energy retrofits to local facilities in eight communities.
RCMP need your help in identifying a suspect stealing fuel from the Whitewater Ski Resort
With the holiday season upon us, what are the chances B.C. will have a little snow in time for the festivities?
B.C. NDP Leader John Horgan says his party will stop the practice of grizzly bear trophy hunting in the province — if it comes to power in the next provincial election.
B.C. teachers and students in grades 10 to 12 will have more time to start using the draft new curriculum and help refine it, thanks to a one-year extension of the implementation period.
British Columbians who are interested in cutting their own Christmas tree should obtain their permit online or contact their local district or FrontCounter BC office.
We realize that some of you are concerned about BCCS and we thank you for your interest.
On Wednesday, November 23 Kootenay Savings Credit Union and the United Steelworkers, Locals 9705 and 1‐405 reached a tentative agreement.