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by Contributor on Monday Nov 30 2020

In a media release, BC Transit said it is updating the mandatory face covering policy to align with the mandatory mask order implemented by the Province of BC.

BC Transit said it is required that customers are wearing face covering when on board a BC Transit vehicle.

by Contributor on Monday Nov 30 2020

Indigenous people in British Columbia are exposed to widespread racism that often results in negative experiences at the point of care, inequitable medical treatment, physical harm and even death, the independent review into Indigenous-specific discrimination in the province's health-care system has found.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Monday Nov 30 2020

As ICBC (Insurance Corporation of BC) and police begin the Christmas Holiday CounterAttack campaign, again urging drivers to plan ahead and make smart decisions to get home safely, Alexa’s Team paid tribute to the dedicated RCMP and Municipal police officers with annual awards.

by Bob Hall on Friday Nov 27 2020

The journey through pandemic-riddled times requires strength of will, commitment to diligence and creative problem-solving at a level few have experienced.

At Selkirk College, the frontline workers in the Facilities Department have led the charge with tireless work that ensures an adapted and safe campus environment.

by Contributor on Thursday Nov 26 2020

In a media release Thursday, FortisBC said the company has received interim approval from the British Columbia Utilities Commission (BCUC) for its interim 2021 electricity rates.

The interim approval will result in a 4.36 per cent general rate increase for its customers, effective January 1, 2021.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Wednesday Nov 25 2020

It’s been said that even bad press is better than no press at all.

However, Nelson would like to be known as the picturesque city nestled in the Selkirk Mountains on the edge of beautiful Kootenay Lake tourists love to visit instead of a place where patrons spit at staff at hotel coffee shops for not wanting to wear a mask during the COVID-19 pandemic.

by City of Trail on Wednesday Nov 25 2020

Let’s fill the map with your outdoor holiday light displays! Send in your photo, address, and a short description of your light display to communications@trail.ca.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Nov 24 2020

Environment Canada issued a snowfall warning Tuesday for Highway 3 Paulson Summit to Kootenay Pass.

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