It’s time to reflect on our driving habits, and on the facts cited below – especially for the safety of everyone’s children.
It’s full steam ahead for students pursuing a career in trades following the official ribbon cutting Monday of the new trades training facility at Selkirk College Rosemont Campus in Nelson.
By Corinne Dolman, Director, Substance Use, Interior Health
The language we use to refer to people with substance use disorders can elicit many negative stereotypes. Substance use disorders are more highly stigmatized than any other health condition.
On August 25, a Warfield resident discovered that someone had made an online application to a bank for debit and credit cards in his name. He contacted the bank and cancelled the accounts, and notified our local RCMP detachment.
These days, sports reporting is full of stories about one GOAT or another - as in the "greatest of all-time." This is a story about actual goats.
To The Editor:
Dear Wayne Stetski and Abra Brynn:
I'm part of a group of people who are profoundly concerned about climate change. Many of us worked on the proportional representation campaign, and have been involved with the Green Party or the NDP or both in the past.
Kootenay youth headed into the backcountry of Height of the Rockies Provincial Park this summer for a six-day wilderness adventure on Wildsight’s Go Wild! trip.
The investigation into the Sea to Sky Gondola is active and ongoing.
The investigation to date has confirmed the preliminary assessment. Police have confirmed that the main cable was cut and that there are no other natural or mechanical reasons for the cable to have failed.
BC Hydro has submitted a request for a rate reduction of around one per cent starting April 2020 in an update to its Fiscal 2020 to Fiscal 2021 Revenue Requirements Application with the BC Utilities Commission.
The BC SPCA is reaching out to the public to cover emergency veterinary costs for a little dog staff have named Falcor, who is the subject of a cruelty investigation.