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The municipal elections are coming up on Saturday, Oct. 15. Should you bother to vote?

Yes, and here’s why we think it’s important.

Before the pandemic began, one in seven young people in BC had one or more mental health disorders.

A woman is dead and her four children hospitalized after a head-on crash Saturday, according to a BC Highway Patrol press release.

On Wednesday, Sept. 28, Castlegar RCMP were notified of a fatal crash in Pass Creek.

Regional News

City Hall is on a mission to go paperless.

The electronic records management project approved by city council in January of 2022 is officially underway — launching June 13 — with a pilot program earmarked for Development Services’ historical records and property files.

Even though summer-like weather continues into the fall, Grand Forks police note there has been a decline in calls for service.

Generally, the summer months keep police officers busy with a noted increase in calls for service and tends to tail off come September.

That is once again the case this year for the Grand Forks RCMP.

ICBC and police are launching a campaign to help protect pedestrians as weather conditions worsen and the risk of pedestrian crashes increases.

Between October and January, pedestrian fatalities increase by an average of 54% in B.C.

“As weather conditions begin to shift and daylight hours decrease, drivers and pedestrians should use extra caution on the road," said Lindsay...

A media release Wednesday by the Alberta Law Enforcement Response Teams (ALERT) said 15 people along with a Calgary business has been charged following a $55 Million drug bust involving officials from both Canada and U.S.

The ALERT release said Project Cobra seized methamphetamine and cocaine following a cross-border investigation by ALERT, RCMP Federal Serious and Organized Crime, and...