$10 million for BC ground search and rescue. BC ground search and rescue volunteers are known for providing an outstretched hand-of-help to the lost or injured. BC will be providing $10 million in one-time funding to help bolster training, administrative support and equipment renewals.
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Cranbrook was the only Kootenay community recognized in the new ranking
Once again, Vancouver-based BC Business magazine’s January cover story ranks 36 cities in British Columbia as the province’s best for work.
Inspired by Invermere’s small town heritage and natural surroundings, homes at Highland Crossing reflect the essence of the town
Featured Photo: Highland Crossings’ townhomes that overlook Lake Windermere.— Urban West Projects Inc.
The City of Nelson and its Cultural Development Committee are pleased to announce that the RDCK is currently accepting applications for the 2016 Columbia Basin Trust Community Initiative funding. Nelson City Council will be allocating this funding between the four core pillars of sustainability as identified in the City’s Path to 2040 Sustainability Strategy.
TMTVNEWS.COM (IHA) Transplant patients living in rural communities can be faced with a number of challenges when travelling long distances to attend an appointment. But for Paula Smith, a new telehealth service for post-kidney transplant patients has eliminated all of these.
Rogers Communications is implementing a price hike of $5 more a month for new and renewing contract subscribers starting in February, a hike the country’s other big cellphone providers, Bell and Telus, are also introducing because of the falling loonie, which the three claim has inflated costs.
FEATURED PHOTO: Ashton McLeod and the Selkirk College Saints had plenty to celebrate this past weekend when they topped Eastern Washington University 7-3 on Saturday night in Cheney, Washington. The team returns home on Friday night for a tilt with the Trinity Western University Spartans at the Castlegar & District Recreation Centre starting at 7 p.m.
TMTVNEWS.COM, Nelson BC Canada – In December of last year two individuals expressed interest in purchasing a vehicle after they read an online advertisement of a vehicle for sale. They asked the vehicle owner if they could take her 1992 Honda Accord for a test drive, and did, but never returned…
Swim or Gym Makes a Big Splash for Transit Users
TMTVNEWS.COM, WEST KOOTENAYS – The Regional District of Kootenay Boundary, Regional District of Central Kootenay, the City of Nelson and BC Transit are teaming up to help encourage active and healthy transportation and lifestyle choices with the ‘Swim or Gym’ program.