VICTORIA – A migration of toads described as a croaking, moving carpet and one of the world’s environmental wonders is dividing a southeastern British Columbia village over forestry jobs and the protection of tiny amphibians.
At 4:25 pm on Tuesday February 23, 2016 the missing male was located on a ski run on Revelstoke Mountain Resort (RMR) by Ski Patrol. The male was without skis or a snow board and was confirmed to be the missing male. The male was unharmed having spent over 28 hours in the back country without appropriate equipment.
FEATURED PHOTO – Revelstoke Search and Rescue Facebook Photo
Think carefully before heading out to a high-risk avalanche area because you will be putting search and rescue teams in a difficult position if you go missing. That’s the message to backcountry enthusiasts from B.C. Search and Rescue after this weekend’s avalanche tragedy in the interior.
New initiatives take flight in B.C.’s booming aerospace industry
The B.C. government is taking another step toward enhancing protection of animals by targeting irresponsible commercial breeders of dogs and cats.
‘You would have to arrest us all,’ say residents who would prefer to stay and protect their homes
On March 10, President Obama will hold a State Dinner at the White House for Prime Minister Trudeau, the first time such an event has been held for a Canadian leader in 19 years.
FEATURED PHOTO: www.flathead.ca
Mayor Kozak says next week’s event a critical time for public feedback on City’s newest neighbourhood revitalization effort
Our local bats are gone for the winter and their whereabouts is currently unknown in the Kootenay region. Biologists are requesting reports from citizens of bats found hibernating during the cold season.