Snowfall warning ENDED for southeast BC. – Periods of snow and local blowing snow ending Sunday morning
Continue reading Snowfall warning ENDED for southeast BC – time to dig out…
A complainant reported to the RCMP that a black two-door Audi sped through the parking lot intentionally hitting the ducks
Continue reading Police say investigation solved on senseless death of numerous ducks in Cranbrook BC
Protecting one of Canada’s rarest heritage assets
Columbia Basin Trust provides $113,000 for Kaslo’s sternwheeler, the SS Moyie
Continue reading Columbia Basin Trust provides $113,000 for Kaslo’s sternwheeler, the SS Moyie
Kaslo Sourdough, a family-owned bakery that uses ancient sourdough fermentation technology to create pasta, is one of 11 organizations receiving funding to support innovative products in British Columbia’s agriculture and processed food and beverage sectors.
Continue reading Kaslo Sourdough develops Pasta Fermentata with federal-provincial support
NELSON – With a full semester of foundational learning complete, students in the Selkirk College Hairstylist Program are now welcoming customers to Nelson’s Silver King Campus.
Continue reading Selkirk College Hairstylist Students Open Silver King Campus Salon
On February 6, Member of Parliament Wayne Stetski held a telephone town hall on Canadians’ pensions. Stetski was joined on the call by NDP’s Pensions Critic Scott Duvall.
Continue reading Stetski’s telephone town hall on pensions reaches 4,675 households