In a media release Thursday, the BC Government and Service Employees’ Union (BCGEU) said ferry workers and their employer, Western Pacific Marine reached a tentative agreement in a contract dispute that caused disruptions to communities on both sides of Kootenay Lake for the past three months.
“What we need is for our politicians and the people in power start to listen to the current, best available science.” – Greta Thunberg, age 16
Days after the United Nations raised yet another red flag in the climate change crusade, Fridays for Future Nelson will hold a rally, complete with clothing swap and march through the downtown core, Friday, November 29th.
Pete Stamper is the new Chief Executive Officer of KC Recycling, and he moved to Rossland with his family in July of this year. I learned this after receiving his press release announcing that KC Recycling is making significant investments to expand its capacity and will be able to recycle all of Canada’s cathode-ray-tube (CRT) glass.
Hockey fans far and wide are well aware the Montreal Canadiens Alumni will be in Nelson in January 2020 to meet the Kootenay Patricks as part of the Make A Change Canada Charity Hockey Game.
Now, organizers have announced the roster of local players lacing up the skates to meet the Canadiens Alumni squad.
Nelson Police would like the publlic for assistance in locating a woman missing since Friday, November 22, 2019.
Police would like to inform the public the 32-year-old woman has been found.
NPD would like to thank everyone who assisted with this file.
NPD need public assistance in locating missing woman
Here's a message from Interior Health for everyone who needs to go to the Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital:
Patients and visitors are advised that the access route to Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital (KBRH) is changing. The walkway that runs around the construction zone will be adjusted effective Nov. 25.