Most disasters happen in the blink of an eye.
That’s why it’s important to take appropriate measures before they happen to ensure you and your loved ones are prepared.
Bigger, hotter, more frequent wildfires can threaten the places we live, and wildfire season is hitting the province early.
Imagine constructing a house without worrying about building a concrete foundation.
Anyone who have ever been involved in a construction project, probably knows what a massive, time-consuming expense that building a foundation can be.
But now there is an alternative out there called Postech Screw Piles.
The Grand Forks RCMP is asking for public assistance in helping solve the theft of a pickup truck.
In the early hours of Sunday morning, May 21, 2023, RCMP received a report of a theft of a truck from a residence in the 5600 block of Como Road, in Grand Forks.
British Columbia’s emergency health workers are finding themselves in a pretty good place as they mark Paramedic Services Week in the province in 2023.
“It’s an exciting time to join BCEHS,” says Sara Thomas, the manager of clinical operations for Kootenay West.
Calling all Nelson Basketball players to take part in the Heritage City basketball camp.
The camp will offer a fun and unique experience for youth to learn and develop new skills on the court. It will be a great opportunity for players to learn the game, improve their skills and make new friends.
A neighbourhood group that raised concern over the establishment of a safe inhalation site in downtown Nelson is not opposed to the site, but rather is seeking proper process to discuss it, a recently-released organizational brochure claimed.
The level of Kootenay Lake could rise as much as five feet within the next two weeks while the snowpack is dropping lower than normal, according to recently released data from FortisBC and the Ministry of Forests.
West High Yield (WHY) continues its efforts to further its application for a permit to go ahead with the next phase of its proposed magnesium mine on Record Ridge. The Ministry has accepted the WHY application for a permit, but has not approved it. The review process has just begun.
Citing fear of intimidation a series of open houses planned by the regional district to discuss climate action recommendations has been cancelled.
Preliminary data from the BC Coroners Service shows that communities throughout the province continue to be devastated by deaths due to unregulated drugs, with 814 lives lost in the first four months of 2023.
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