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by Castlegar Source on Sunday Oct 11 2009

A massive police crack-down on outdoor marijuana grow-ops this summer saw RCMP seize 14,130 pot plants from 88 sites throughout the region.

Inspector Nick Romanchuk said the investigative team even included an RCMP helicopter from Kelowna.

by Contributor on Wednesday Oct 07 2009

The following is a press release issued by the provincial government:

The province will build a new secure, state-of- the-art corrections facility adjacent to the existing Surrey Pretrial Services  Centre and connected by tunnel to both the courthouse and police station, Solicitor General Kash Heed announced today.

by Contributor on Monday Oct 05 2009

Ed. Note: The following is a press release issued by the B.C. provincial government:

In anticipation of a resurgence of the H1N1 virus, B.C. doctors will receive additional compensation to provide increased access to care for patients.

by Contributor on Wednesday Sep 30 2009

Selkirk College, FortisBC and the Fish and Wildlife Compensation Program have joined forces to protect the natural habitat along the Kootenay River. In particular, the riparian (riverside) area near the oxbow at the confluence of the Columbia and Kootenay Rivers.

by Contributor on Wednesday Sep 23 2009

The unique partnership of the Regional Districts of Central Kootenay (RDCK), Kootenay/Boundary and East Kootenay, along with Columbia Power Corporation and Columbia Basin Trust (CBT), are gearing up to take the “Welcome to Kootenay Country” display to the Union of British Columbia Municipalities Conference (UBCM) taking place in Vancouver at the end of September.

by Contributor on Wednesday Sep 16 2009

Quantum Leaps: Girls Talk Tech

The Quantum Leaps conference focuses on career development and highlights the importance of continuing science and technology courses in secondary and post secondary schools to ensure a wide range of career opportunities for female students in Grades 9-12.

by Rossland Telegraph on Wednesday Sep 09 2009

On Sept. 8,  at 1:45 p.m., Trail and Greater District RCMP were notified of a body lying on the rocks under the Victoria Street bridge in Trail. Upon attendance, police discovered the body of a woman who had apparently fallen to her death off the bridge.

by Contributor on Wednesday Sep 02 2009

On Oct. 14, CBT (Columbia Basin Trust) will host a free one-day session aimed at providing local governments and community supporters with the latest information on scientific projections, local impacts, and examples of how communities can start preparing for opportunities and risks associated with climate change.