Avalanche Control Kootenay Pass – ENDED
Canada isn’t widely known for seismic activity, but few regions of the country are immune to the occasional quake.
Here are some facts from Earthquakes Canada:
— There were 265 earthquakes in and around the country to Jan. 28 of this year, ranging from a barely detectable 0.0-magnitude shake in Quebec to a 4.4-magnitude tremor in the Rocky Mountains.
Untangling the Web: Online Safety and Sexting
Among BC Youth
Study finds youth who are cyberbullied are
10 times as likely to bully others
New report looks at results of survey of 30,000 BC students
The four-legged weather forecasters aren’t on the same footing when it comes to whether we’ll see an early spring.
Armed Robbery – Police Seek Information
Police in the Elk Valley are investigating an Armed Robbery that occurred on the evening of Tuesday, January 26, 2016 at the convenience store located in Sparwood Heights. The incident occurred just before 10:00 pm.
Family Day is celebrated on the 3rd Monday of February except in BC where it’s the 2nd Monday of February.
Featured photo: VOX Communications
TMTVNEWS.COM, Nelson BC Canada – (RDCK) – Renovations to the Nelson and District Community Complex (NDCC) Aquatic Centre are now well underway. The majority of demolition work is done, new change room lockers have arrived, tile design and colours have been selected and the first truckload of concrete was poured this week, the RDCK announced last week.
TMTVNEWS.COM, East Kootenay — February is heart awareness month with Heart and Stroke and Valentine’s Day. East Kootenay Community Credit Union (EKC) has resolved to improve health and safety for its members, staff and the larger community by installing defibrillator devices at each of its branches.
TMTVNEWS.COM – The BC Coroners Service has concluded its scene investigation of the area of the Renfrew snowmobiling area near McBride where five men died on Jan. 29 as a result of an avalanche.