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
The worst BC wildfire season on record was officially declared by the BC Wildfire Service in August.
Continue reading A Hot Topic – Fires and our Future
In the Southern Interior, on average, 110 crashes at intersections involve a pedestrian every year
Continue reading ICBC launches pedestrian safety campaign as fall weather approaches
Winter is right around the corner and visions of another epic ski season is steady in the mind of outdoor lovers.
Continue reading Selkirk College SROAM Students Collaborate with Nelson Outfitters
This is to advise that Mainroad crews will be conducting road maintenance on Athalmer Road, Invermere commencing tomorrow morning, Thursday, October 12th through Saturday, October 14th, 2017.
Continue reading Travel alert: Grinding and Paving work scheduled on Athalmer Road, Invermere
Nelson BC – The Nelson Paranormal League is back this October with new stories, local developments and follow ups to questions of intrigue for this year’s haunted tours.
Continue reading Haunted Tours Return to Nelson this October with New Findings, Stories and a Haunting Mission
The Murphy Family Foundation strives to provide opportunities that will empower and encourage the youth of communities.
Continue reading Trail Skate Park Contribution, the Murphy Family Foundation
Letter to the editor – Hats off to the NDP minority government for introducing legislation on electoral reform. BC will hold a mail in referendum by November 2018 following public consultation.
Continue reading Looking forward – Hats off to the NDP minority government for…