A little history: Halloween is celebrated in Canada on October 31. It is a day to mark the single night in the year when, according to old Celtic beliefs, spirits and the dead can cross over into the world of the living.
(Ottawa – Submitted Release) Kootenay-Columbia MP Wayne Stetski made a statement in the House of Commons today about the ammonia leak deaths of three workers in Fernie on October 17.
Nelson Fire and Rescue Services would like to advise the public that Nelson Fire and Rescue Services, along with assistance from Beasley, North Shore, and Blewett Fire Departments, will be conducting water shuttle certification this evening (Monday Oct 30).
In August 2016, RED Mountain, Western Canada’s oldest ski resort, made waves in the ski-travel industry with a campaign dubbed “Fight The Man. Own The Mountain.”
The provincial government has introduced legislation to close a major loophole in fixed-term leases and improve the rights of renters throughout British Columbia, Municipal Affairs and Housing Minister Selina Robinson announced this week.