Create lasting protection for the upper Columbia River & Wetlands
A man and a woman have been killed in a small plane crash near Nakusp in B.C.’s Kootenay mountains, according the Transportation Safety Board of Canada.
The BC Ministry of the Environment and Wildsight have jointly asked the federal government for a 20 hp limit for boats on the main channel of the upper Columbia River and its tributaries, from Fairmont Hot Springs to Donald (excluding Lake Windermere).
FEATURED PHOTO: Pat Morrow
The April 1st snow survey is now complete. Data from 146 snow courses and 63 automated snow stations around the province and climate data from Environment Canada have been used to form the basis for the following report.
Grand Forks City council is actively recruiting a large-animal vet for its growing agricultural sector
Warmer, wetter climate helping trees grow faster and absorb CO2 from the atmosphere, according to study
The Rossland Council for Arts and Culture is happy to present their annual U19 Film Programming!
NEW UNION AGREEMENT REACHED WITH CITY OF TRAIL
BC Book Prize finalists are hitting the road for events throughout the province. Two finalists will visit communities throughout the Southern BC region from April 18 to 22. They are: