Data in the 2017 BC Child Poverty Report Card, released today by First Call: BC Child and Youth Advocacy Coalition, highlights the income inequality that leaves far too many British Columbia families struggling to cover basic living expenses. One in five of our children still lives in poverty.
Lorna J. Carleton, graduate of LV Rogers Secondary School, is in town for two days of book-signing.
Highway 3 – Kootenay Pass to be closed Tuesday evening at 11PM to 2AM for avalanche control
VANCOUVER – BC Hydro is emphasizing the importance of electrical safety this storm season as electrical contact incidents resulting in serious injury are on the rise.
“Jumbo and the surrounding area are simply stunning. The mountains are huge, glaciated and beautiful.
NELSON – Elijah Bekk has come a long way to pursue his post-secondary dreams in the Selkirk College Contemporary Music & Technology Program.
The highway is now open between Castlegar and Trail and Highway 3 near Greenwood BC after separate accidents closed the highways for hours Monday evening.
Monday, November 20, 2017 – “As a whole, Canadians should expect a wild ride from start to finish,” Chris Scott, Chief Meteorologist at The Weather Network, says of Winter 2017/18.
The City of Trail’s Silver City Days Planning Committee is pleased to announce they have revised the downtown locations for the multi-day festival’s midway and outdoor food fair.