B.C. NDP introduce legislation to ban big money in politics, includes corporate and union donation ban
Continue reading New BC government ends era of ‘big money’ in politics
$3.6 million for new three-year program to maintain, create new spaces
Continue reading TRUST STRENGTHENS CHILD CARE IN THE BASIN
BC Wildfire Service has advised the Regional District of Central Kootenay that the threat posed by the Rapid Creek wildfire has diminished enough to rescind the Evacuation Alert for all residents in the Poplar Creek area, effective immediately.
Continue reading Rapid Creek Wildfire in the West Kootenay: Evacuation Alert Rescinded – RDCK
UPDATED SEPT 18 – TRAVEL ALERT ENDED FOR HIGHWAY 3
High elevations travellers would be wise to prepare for winter driving conditions
Continue reading Special weather statement in ENDED for: Highway 3 – Paulson Summit to Kootenay Pass
As firefighting efforts continue on the White River Complex Fire, the RDEK has rescinded the evacuation ORDER and downgraded it to an evacuation ALERT for the Whiteswan Area.
Continue reading Evacuation Order Rescinded for Whiteswan Area/Downgraded to Alert
The company, which seems set to be sold for $144 million, is understood to be the second largest employer in Nelson, B.C.
Continue reading ‘Superior’ bid for Pacific Insight isn’t all its cracked up to be
With many streams and rivers in the Lower Columbia, West Kootenay and East Kootenay regions experiencing very low streamflows, Kootenay residents are being urged to reduce water consumption.
Continue reading Water conservation urged for Kootenay Columbia region
Seniors and their friends and families are invited to a day of fun activities and informative vendor tables at the 3rd Annual Kootenay Seniors Fair!
Continue reading Get Ready for the 2017 Kootenay Seniors Fair!
British Columbia’s wildfire-driven provincial state of emergency expired at midnight Friday (Pacific time).
Continue reading BC Provincial State of Emergency ended at midnight Friday Sept 15