“[A]s individuals express their life, so they are. Hence what individuals are depends on the material conditions of their production... History involves 'a continuous transformation of human nature'...
Editor's Note: This is a press release from the Union of BC Indian Chiefs.
The Treaty 8 First Nations taking the Site C project to court have just secured a major work stoppage in the lead-up to a court injunction application set to be heard this summer.
It’s wonderful to be able to pass on some good news, especially about such a vital part of our region. Teck Trail Operations is full of good people and it does an amazing amount of social and economic good in all our local communities.
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Environment Canada continues to caution drivers traveling Highway 3, Paulson Summit to Kootenay Pass.
"A low pressure system continues to bring snow to Highway 3 - Paulson Summit to Kootenay Pass," the website said.
"The snow is expected to persist tonight through Friday."
Environment Canada said total snow accumulations of 30 to 40 cm can be expected by late Friday.
To The Editor:
Kinder Morgan may promise jobs in the short term, but will never guarantee clean-up for a tar-spill on the coast, or along the pipeline.
RCMP are seeking public assistance to identify a driver who allegedly threw a beer can at a flag person on Highway 1 on Monday near Sicamous.
Present: Mayor Kathy Moore, and Councillors Lloyd McLellan, Andy Morel, John Greene, Marten Kruysse, and – electronically – Aaron Cosbey. Absent: Andrew Zwicker.
The Regional District of Kootenay Boundary (RDKB) wants residents to change out old, smoky wood stoves for cleaner appliances including heat pumps, gas or pellet stoves or cleaner burning wood stoves. The RDKB has put a total of $6,000 toward the 2018 Wood Stove Exchange Program and $5,000 is still available to fund rebates to local residents.
There are always two sides to every story.
Tuesday, at Selkirk College Campus in Castlegar, the students have planned a presentation for the Board of Governors to freeze tuition fee rates for the coming year.
“Tuition fees and student debt are at an all-time high in British Columbia,” said a Selkirk College Students’ Union press release Sunday.
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