Environment Canada said motorists driving higher elevation highways in the Southern Interior to be aware of hazardous conditions Saturday as a spring snowfall is expected for southern mountain passes.
We’ve all been there. We’ve all felt the negative effects of stress. With the pace of the world today, stress is a familiar companion for many of us.
Out with the old, and in with the politically correct — or something like that.
The administration at L.V. Rogers High School in Nelson is considering the idea of changing the nickname used for its sports teams, getting rid of its “Bombers” branding that has been part of the school since the doors opened in 1956.
Nelson-Creston MLA Michelle Mungall joined with fellow NDP member George Heyman to announce new legislation that will help reduce climate pollution by phasing out gas-powered light-duty vehicles and making zero-emission vehicles (ZEV) more available and affordable for British Columbians.
Floods? Wildfires? Residents can register for emergency alerts about these, or other imminent threats, delivered by smartphone app, email and voice or text to a landline or cell number.
Another week, another dramatic warning from scientists — met with shrugs all around.
What does famous actor/comedian Seth Rogen have to do with Castlegar and Trail?
Quite a bit, according to Dave Streloff, co-owner of The Higher Path cannabis stores in Castlegar and Trail.
We wish to respond to the release of a partial chapter in Peter German’s review. We fully participated in the review and look forward to seeing the full report and its findings or recommendations.
Transport Canada announced today that it will be investing $1,296,811 in Castlegar’s West Kootenay Regional Airport.
A sure harbinger of spring in Grand Forks is the Boundary Showcase. While the exhibition continues to be non-juried, this year, we have asked Boundary artists to submit work that considers the impact of the spring floods of 2018.