The Rossland Council for Arts and Culture is proud to announce our next performance, “Shakespeare After Dark”, which will be taking place at the Miners Hall on Friday November 17th.
The RCAC is once again bringing live comedy to Rossland, this time it’s a fresh blend of classic Shakespeare, drunken shenanigans and the art of improvisation.
Tours of the school's new premises, cake, a slide-show of "before and after" the renovations, some information on the building's history, short speeches, a ribbon-cutting and an award presentation; Rossland's own community-generated school invites everyone to join the celebrations at 7:00 pm on November 8, 2017.
Over the next six weeks, British Columbians have the opportunity to share their perspective on the path to raising B.C.’s minimum wage to $15 an hour.
In the wake of the recent ammonia leak deaths of three workers in Fernie on October 17, Kootenay-Columbia MP Wayne Stetski made a statement in the House of Commons Monday calling for changes to how public rinks do business across Canada.
Nelson Police are warning the public and the business community to be aware of several recent high value frauds after a a male suspect made several purchases with stolen pre-paid credit cards at several locations last week.
Nelson Police said in a media release estimates exceed $10,000 in total value.
By Dr. Amanda Chay, ND
What is the difference between a cold and flu?
Kinder Morgan, is the largest energy infrastructure company in North America specializing in owning and controlling oil and gas pipelines and terminals, received some serious pushback Saturday as protest Saturday blocked the proposed start of the tanker route for the Kinder Morgan pipeline.
Writers will be happy to know of the announcement of the opening of the Kootenay Literary Competition 2018.
Submissions will be accepted beginning October 7, 2017 with a final deadline of December 31, 2017.
This year's theme is "Origins".
Writers from throughout the Kootenays are welcome to submit in any of the following categories:
Individuals with narcolepsy are invited to participate in an ongoing medication research study.
Okanagan Clinical Trials, a medical research company located in Kelowna, is currently conducting a study to determine the effectiveness of an investigational medication in treating excessive daytime sleepiness in type 1 and 2 narcolepsy.
The Province has commemorated the 75th anniversary of the internment of Japanese-Canadians during the Second World War by unveiling commemorative signage at the site of a former internment camp east of Hope.
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