Earlier this month the BC Provincial Government announced a ban on non-essential travel between three regional zones in British Columbia. This morning they expanded on this announcement by authorizing police to conduct road checks on travel corridors between the regions.
To help keep communities safe and protect British Columbia’s health-care system from COVID-19, the Province has authorized site-specific road checks on travel corridors between regions to help enforce the non-essential travel restrictions that were announced on April 23, 2021.
Over the last week, the contractor continued installing water services and completed paving at the north end of the project (from 18th to 20th Street and the Highway 3 ramps), landscaping and seeding, and installation of signs.
In the next week, you can expect to see:
In the summer months, especially as the heat rises across the country, there’s not much more tantalizing than the call of a cool, crisp body of water.
Whether it’s swimming, boating, fishing or any number of other recreational activities, the common denominator is a desire to be in the water and cool down.
It does not matter how high the price of lumber has climbed, building activity continues to climb in the Regional District of Central Kootenay (RDCK) — with record levels during the first quarter of 2021.
In Trail, two organizations have come together to build a dedicated ceremonial space to promote inclusion and remove barriers for Indigenous-led ceremonial practices.
Located outside of Trail Family and Individual Resource Centre Society (FAIR) on Columbia Avenue, a 12-by-12-foot enclosed gazebo is bringing visibility to Indigenous culture in the community.
As the province’s public health emergency regarding substance related harms enters its sixth year, the BC Coroners Service reports that toxic illicit drugs have claimed the lives of 158 British Columbians in March 2021.
This raises the total number of deaths in the province for the year to 498.
What Lasts? A holy Book-- and an unholy $ystem
“... This I know, for the Bible tells me so.” -- child’s hymn, Jesus loves me
“I am an anti-Christ / I am an anarchist
I don’t know what I want / but I know how to get it
Nelson continues to be the hotspot for COVID-19 cases in the Kootenay Boundary.
In the weekly update on the B.C. Centre of Disease Control website, the Geographic Distribution of COVID-19 by Local Health Area of Case Residence map shows Nelson topping the count during April 18 to 24 with 19 cases.
The BC RCMP Southeast District Major Crime Unit has deployed to the Shuswap region to assume an investigation into the unexpected death of a woman, according to RCMP Cpl. Jesse O'Donaghey
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