TMTV.NET, Young people considering what skills they will need for Thursdays in-demand occupations will have an opportunity for interactive, hands-on experience at WorkBC’s Find Your Fit tour stop at LV Rogers secondary school on Feb. 11, 2016.
TMTV.NET – New regulations are in place to clarify and toughen the consequences of drinking and drug affected driving in British Columbia, strengthening the Province’s resolve to have the safest roads in North America by 2020.
The team that will represent British Columbia at the 2016 Tim Hortons Brier has started their journey – but first they will have to knock out the competition at the provincial championship.
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TMTV.NET – British Columbia’s Agriculture Minister Norm Letnick has issued the following statement regarding 2015 export statistics for B.C. cherries:
Families in 21 more communities will soon benefit from convenient one-stop access to supports and services that will help their children learn, grow and thrive.
Warrant results in seizure of drugs and stolen items
TMTV.NET NELSON, BC –On December 19, 2015 the Nelson Fire Fighters stood outside various local businesses for 6 hours and raised $5,000 in support of families affected by neuromuscular disorders!
The February 1st snow survey is now complete. Data from 118 snow courses and 56 automated snow stations around the province and climate data from Environment Canada have been used to form the basis for the following report.
Featured Photo: Canadian author Lawrence Hill visited Nelson in November, 2014 for a Mir Centre for Peace Lecture at Mary Hall on the Tenth Street Campus. Hill is returning to the West Kootenay-Boundary this spring for a pair of lectures and a special workshop for writers.