The Nelson Search and Rescue organization is pleased to announce that the organiztion has completed the installation of a BCA Beacon Checker and sign at Kootenay Pass.
The sign and beacon checker’s purpose is to promote avalanche safety in the backcountry.
There will not be any extra ends played at the Nelson Curling Club after an ammonia leak was detected last week in the ice plant, forcing board to call for an end to the season.
The goal of this two-day conference has always been to bring Kootenay women together to celebrate how truly exceptional we are, but also to motivate us to be even better. To create a community of inclusion and acceptance, while at the same time, learn ways to go after the lives we want.
From April 1, 2019 the Skills Centre will no longer be providing WorkBC Employment Program of BC services to the community, a service that our organization has been providing in the GreaterTrail Area for more than 20 years.
The British Columbia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (BC SPCA) has launched a new four-pillar strategic plan for 2019-2023 to take animal welfare in B.C. to a new level.
Employment statistics resonate deeply with many people, and it’s no wonder—on average, Canadian employees spend about 20 per cent of their time working, and almost three quarters of Canadians’ total income is earned through employment. Income is a substantial determinant of personal well-being and a skilled and engaged workforce is key to regional economic success.
An increased emphasis on education, cultural safety and spiritual care are some of the changes witnessed in the last 10 years by three of Interior Health’s original Aboriginal Patient Navigators (APNs).
Castlegar is very proud to announce that a Kootenay Region combination team of Castlegar and Grand Forks Floor Hockey athletes won the right at Regionals in Kelowna to represent our area at the Special Olympics BC Provincials in Vernon on Feb. 21 - 24.
Local Sea Cadet Naomi Savage was promoted to the rank of Chief Petty Officer First Class on Tuesday, February 5th, 2019. CPO1 is the highest rank a Sea Cadet in Canada can achieve.
The Trail Smoke Eaters held leads three separate times but couldn’t find a way to hold them as they dropped a 6-4 decision to the Merritt Centennials on Saturday night at the Nicola Valley Memorial Arena.