Thursday, in the northcentral BC, RCMP arrested six people for obstruction as police enforced a court-ordered injunction at the controversial LNG pipeline through the Wet’suwet’en territory.
Twenty-nine projects throughout the Columbia Basin will help address the health of local species and spaces, from swallows and salmon to wetlands and forests through research, restoration and education. The projects are being supported with nearly $820,000 from Columbia Basin Trust’s Environment Grants.
Bats are fascinating and often-misunderstood creatures. They’re also very useful to humans and ecosystems; in our region, by eating a lot of night-flying insects that damage crops and forests.
Trail’s IncrEDIBLE Farmers' Market is bringing the runway to you this weekend with a heart-warming event that raises funds for low-income families, seniors, and expectant moms.
The New Year has seen Trail police dealing with many substance-related traffic calls, with nine instances in the past two weeks alone, according to Acting Sgt. Devon Reid. He said the list of files is as follows:
Two sightings of a 'suspcious man' have led police to encourage parents to discuss strager danger with their children, according to RCMP Acting Sgt. Devon Reid.
Earlier this winter I watched as a record amount of January rain filled the swamp at the back of our property. With the ground still locked in a hard freeze, there weren’t a lot of places to hold this deluge.
In a media release Friday, the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary said it has received a $2,364,012 Low Carbon Economy Leadership Fund – Organics Infrastructure Program grant to expand the Grand Forks Regional Landfill composting program.