Library Champions is a three-month online volunteer project that connects new immigrants to the library and the community.
This project has trained 1,800 new immigrants who have reached out to over 100,000 people throughout the Lower Mainland over the past 10 years.
In a career that spans more than two decades, Mindy Fair has helped open dozens of recognizable restaurants both near and far. Now back in the surroundings that ignited her passion for the hospitality industry, the rookie Selkirk College instructor is taking on a new challenge as she grips the reins of an essential training ground.
West Kootenay Transit riders will soon be seeing a different pay option on bus commutes after BC Transit recently announced its project to implement an electronic fare collection system across the province.
More B.C. businesses were struggling to attain pre-pandemic success in 2021, with a provincial survey revealing a downswing in prospects, says a member of the city’s economic development partnership.
Saturday afternoon in front of City Hall, Nelson held its own Freedom Convoy rally as protestors in gathered to demonstrate against COVID-19 vaccines and restrictions.
The Southern Interior needs to prepare for another snowstorm after Environment Canada issued a Special Weather Statement for the Boundary/Kootenay regions, including Highway 3 Paulson Summit to Kootenay Pass.
The second vehicle fire in as many days sent KBRFR crews to Montrose early Friday morning, according to Acting Cpt. Lee De Pellegrin.
This, after two vehicles burned to the ground in Genelle Wednesday evening (for full coverage, click here).
Local pediatricians and Interior Health are encouraging families to set a goal this winter: get everyone in your household age five and over vaccinated before Family Day (Feb. 21).
The BC Parks Licence Plate Program is marking its five-year anniversary, and more than 300 diverse projects and programs have been supported to further protect and enhance B.C.’s world-renowned parks system.
West Kootenay lumber mills will have to hurry up and wait while the federal government continues negotiations on a softwood lumber deal with the U.S.
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