TMTV.NET, Victoria – Budget 2016 offers no relief for working British Columbians already struggling under rising user fees and taxes, declining services, and lack of job opportunities, says the BC Federation of Labour.
The dwindling elk and moose population in B.C.’s East Kootenay can only be saved by culling predators like wolves, cougars and bears, say a growing number of hunters and biologists.
There are calls for more regulation of B.C.’s recycling stewards after several industry-run agencies reported millions in cash reserves says the CTV report.
TMTV.NET, Revelstoke BC Canada – On several dates in early February the Revelstoke RCMP have been advised of counterfeit United States of America Currency in the denomination of $50.
Selkirk College officially kicked off its 50th Anniversary celebration at the 2016 Bursary Tea in Nelson
Rocks on Road – HIGHWAY 3 – NOW OPEN TO SINGLE LANE ALTERNATING TRAFFIC
Saturday in Nelson more than 200 people are expected to participate in the second Coldest Night of the Year nation-wide walk.
FEATURED PHOTO: Stacy O’Brien & Dan Maclean busking on Baker Street, Nelson BC
Food and Agricultural Products Classification Act. By helping BC consumers make more informed choices, these new measures will contribute to the BC Agrifood and Seafood Strategic Growth Plan goal of increasing overall sector revenues to $15 billion per year by 2020.
Canadians approaching retirement with totally inadequate savings, seniors’ poverty rates increasing: new study
TMTV.NET – REVELSTOKE BC CANADA – The boyfriend of a BC snowmobiler erred on the side of caution by reporting his girlfriend as overdue on Sunday evening, after the woman failed to return as planned from a day of sledding in the Revelstoke area.