City of Nelson and WildsafeBC to collaborate on reducing human-wildlife encounters; City to monitor skunk and bear encounters over the next four months
Cranbrook RCMP are currently investigating two separate thefts and request the public be on the look out for the following vehicles:
Twenty-three organizations and businesses involved in protecting wildlife have issued scathing criticism of a BC government plan to turn management of the province’s wildlife over to a separate agency.
Several wildfires started after lightning hit the southeast BC area Monday afternoon. – Southeast Fire Centre urges caution with open burning as hot temperatures continue.
Local youth will be heading deep into the backcountry this July to explore the Hornaday Wilderness near Elkford with Wildsight’s Go Wild! Rockies Youth Leadership Program. PHOTO by Wildsight: Hiking in the Hornaday Wilderness
Nelson Police are requesting the public’s assistance in locating a Nelson man who was last seen at 9:30 pm on June 4, 2017. He was last seen in the 200 block of Anderson Street in Nelson.
The Regional District of Central Kootenay would like to invite residents to participate in a FireSmart assessment of their home exterior and property.
On June 22 at approximately 12:18 PM, the Cranbrook RCMP were called to the Community Forest area for a complaint of an assault.
(Nelson Fire Rescue Release) – At 1619 hours Nelson Fire & Rescue Services responded, along with Nelson Police Department members, to a report of a person in a canoe that had capsized but was unable to get the boat righted.