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by Contributor on Tuesday Feb 10 2015

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) needs help in naming a handful of their newest (and cutest) recruits!

by Contributor on Thursday Jan 22 2015

It is with great sadness that the RCMP learned of the passing of Const. David Wynn, who was shot in the line of duty January 17, 2015.

by Boundary Sentinel on Sunday Jan 04 2015

The most popular baby names in BC for the year of 2014 have been released. 

In the boy's category, Liam comes out on top, with 265 Liams born last year. Mason came in second (248) and Ethan third (234). 

For the girls, Olivia was the most popular name last year with 284 babies born with this name. Emma (250) came in second and Sophia (219). 

by Interior Health Authority on Tuesday Dec 30 2014

The Ministry of Health and Interior Health are confirming that preliminary testing on a health-care worker returning from West Africa has come back negative for Ebola virus disease (EVD).

by Contributor on Friday Nov 28 2014

This Op/Ed video is by Derek Forgie. Some readers might recognize him because he travelled with Clara Hughes' Big Ride as she came through the Boundary and West Kootenays. Check out his stance on the "War on Christmas." 

Bio (NSB): Equality Advocate

by Contributor on Friday Nov 28 2014

Avalanche Canada is issuing a special public avalanche warning for the mountains of BC’s interior, including the North Rockies, Cariboos, North Columbia, South Columbia, Purcells, Kootenay Boundary, South Rockies, and Lizard Range and Flathead.

by Contributor on Thursday Oct 30 2014

The Fraser Institute

Capital gains taxes stifle investment, discourage entrepreneurship, and damage Canada’s economy, notes a new essay released today by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public policy think-tank.

by Murray Dobbin on Wednesday Oct 22 2014

It’s getting difficult to remember a time when the Canadian Parliament actually tried to make principled decisions regarding foreign policy and our place in the community of nations. But we should try.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Sunday Oct 19 2014

A former Calgary woman with ties to Nelson will need to wait until (Monday) November 3 to await her fate following a sentencing hearing Friday in Calgary.

That’s when Court of Queen’s Bench Chief Justice Neil Wittmann will render his decision on former Nelson resident, 27-year-old Amie Nottebrock.

by Contributor on Thursday Oct 16 2014

The Fraser Institute

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