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November 2017
By Castlegar Source on Thursday Nov 30 2017

The Castlegar RCMP are continuing their investigation into the Nov. 20head-on collision which occurred on Hwy 22 between Blueberry and Fairview.  

Castlegar Top Cop Sgt. Laurel Mathew said they don't have reason to believe alcohol, drugs or speed were a factor, but they would like witnesses to help them determine exactly what happened..

By Nelson Daily Staff on Thursday Nov 30 2017

The Calgary Flames Foundation and NHL is coming to the aid for the City of Fernie.

In October, a deadly ammonia leak, that killed three workers, closed the Fernie Memorial Arena.

By Contributor on Wednesday Nov 29 2017

Small business owners who suffered financial and business losses following British Columbia’s worst wildfire season can now apply for additional financial assistance.

By Rossland Telegraph on Wednesday Nov 29 2017

There were crowds of guests filling the new, 4200-square-foot terminal building on the afternoon of Wednesday, November 29, including a large selection of local dignitaries; people were eating cupcakes with sky-blue icing; there were several heart-felt speeches of thanks; people were encouraged to enter a draw for free flights; and toward the end of the celebration a Pacific Coastal plane lande

By Sara Golling on Wednesday Nov 29 2017

Rossland City Council Meeting, November 27, 2017

Present:  Mayor Kathy Moore, and Councillors John Greene, Marten Kruysse, Andy Morel, Aaron Cosbey, and Andrew Zwicker.  Absent:  Lloyd McLellan.

Public Input:

By David Suzuki on Wednesday Nov 29 2017

Renewable energy isn’t perfect, but it’s far better than fossil fuels

By Sara Golling on Wednesday Nov 29 2017

Why fill out the government's questionnaire?

By CBT on Wednesday Nov 29 2017

Outdated technology is a barrier for many non-profit organizations in their work. Computers, software, hardware and phone systems are increasingly essential in the delivery of community services non-profits provide, but amongst competing resource priorities, these items sometimes come last.

By Timothy Schafer on Wednesday Nov 29 2017

The fentanyl crisis in B.C. has hit home in Nelson, and it’s only going to get worse, says the city’s fire chief.

Len MacCharles said there were 914 illicit drug overdose deaths from fentanyl detected in B.C. from January through September 2017.

This is a 147 per cent increase over the number of fentanyl-detected deaths (370) occurring during the same period in 2016.

By Contributor on Wednesday Nov 29 2017

There were at least 32 Random acts to celebrate World Kindness Day — and those were just in Nelson.