The month of October surprised everyone with the first snowfall of the season said the Weather Services department at the Southeast Fire Centre.
The snowfall was just one of the weather events that saw a rollercoaster rise and fall of temperatures on the thermometer throughout the month.
Based on input from people and communities in the region, Columbia Basin Trust has finalized a strategic plan that will guide its activities over the next two years.
Faces & Places: Doris Hausleitner
Story by Nicole Trigg, Kootenay Conservation Program
After reporting 15 additional COVID-19 cases in the region for a total since the start of the pandemic to 803, in a prepared statement Wednesday, Interior Health (IH) declared an outbreak at the Village at Mill Creek long-term care home following a thorough public health investigation.
“Two staff members have tested positive for COVID-19,” the IH statement said.
COVID-19 has delayed the Environmental Assessment Office’s work on establishing regulations for regional assessments, which will look at the cumulative effects of all past, present and future industrial projects
By Matt Simmons, for The Narwhal
The Kootenay International Junior Hockey League has provided an update regarding the positive COVID-19 test result by a member of the Kimberley Dynamiters on Friday, October 30th.
Future capital planning at Selkirk College is focused on offering a range of amenities, services and experiences that contribute to a vibrant post-secondary learning environment.
Unfortunately, it’s something that even COVID-19 can’t stop it from happening — the Daylight Saving Time switch.
Sunday, at 2 a.m., British Columbians will fall back one hour, ending Daylight Saving Time.
The move back to Standard Time comes while the BC Government remains committed to implementing year-round Daylight Saving Time.