In less than a week Weather Network’s meteorology team will release their updated winter forecast for the months of December, January and February with a sneak peek ahead to the month of March.
Continue reading A sneak peek at The Weather Network’s winter forecast
With Canada’s aging population, it is more important than ever for seniors and their care givers to be aware of how seniors can keep themselves safe.
Continue reading Guides for Senior Safety and Security
Communities need a place where people can come together to connect and celebrate. In Taghum, that’s the Taghum Hall.
Continue reading Work experience participants revitalize the heart of a West Kootenay community
Hundreds gather in Fernie to honour the lives of the three men killed by an ammonia leak while working inside the Fernie Memorial Arena in October.
Continue reading Hundreds gather in Fernie BC to honour the lives of the three men killed
Risk of a thunderstorm this morning and early this afternoon. Snow level 1400 metres. Fog patches dissipating this morning. Amount 10 to 20 mm. Wind becoming south 20 km/h gusting to 50 this morning. Snow for higher elevations and highway passes being reported, poor visibility due to heavy snow and fog.
Continue reading Southeast BC weather: Thunderstorms and gusty winds possible for Monday Nov 13
Nelson, BC – The Nelson and District Women’s Centre is excited to announce this year’s. Featured photo: Circus Acts Insomniacs
Continue reading Nelson & District Women’s Centre Womaginarium; A carnival of wonder & Curiosities Annual Fundraiser
NELSON – Experts agree the fentanyl crisis in British Columbia is an unprecedented multi-faceted societal catastrophe that’s not going away anytime soon.
Continue reading Fentanyl Task Force Leads Way Through Conversation
BC Coroners Service releases updated illicit drug overdose death stats…
Continue reading Number of deadly overdoses in B.C passes 1,100 for 2017