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April 2021
By Province of British Columbia on Saturday Apr 10 2021

Nearly one million British Columbians have received their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine.

The Province’s Get Vaccinated program is ramping up and is calling on everyone aged 60 and older to register.

By Lone Sheep Publishing on Friday Apr 09 2021

100 Mile House RCMP is seeking assistance in a child exploitation investigation involving a teacher at a local high-school.

By Lone Sheep Publishing on Friday Apr 09 2021

Dr. Bonnie Henry, B.C.'s provincial health officer, announced Thursday that WorkSafeBC inspectors have been given new duties in fighting the spread of COVID-19 transmissions in the workplace environment.

By Province of British Columbia on Friday Apr 09 2021

Work to upgrade the Kootenay Lake Ferry terminals begins in the coming weeks, with improved amenities, more parking and better access for people who rely on the ferries.

Construction on the new electric-ready ferry for the crossing will begin this summer.

By Letters to the editor on Friday Apr 09 2021

To The Editor:

Open letter to Katrine Conroy, Minister of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development

By Castlegar Source on Thursday Apr 08 2021

Ed. Note: Transparency demands I acknowledge that I, the editor of The Source, count two of these authors among my best friends. I find them to be relentlessly kind, thoughtful, generous, and driven to be the best versions of themselves they can possibly be. I highly recommend this book as the product of beautiful minds and massive hearts. ~ Kyra

By Contributor on Thursday Apr 08 2021

Since its launch in August 2020, the first ever Kootenay Pitch Competition has helped nine entrepreneurs and startups from across the Kootenay region become investor-ready and take their businesses to the next level.

By Lone Sheep Publishing on Wednesday Apr 07 2021

Like the rest of the province, Interior Health is also seeing an increase in new COVID-19 cases.

Ending of April 3, 2021 the BC Centre of Disease Control Geographic Distribution map shows an influx of new COVID-19 cases, with the Windermere region in the East Kootenay topping the Kootenay/Boundary with 24.

By Lone Sheep Publishing on Wednesday Apr 07 2021

RCMP said in a media release Wednesday, recent traffic stops in the Lumby area in the North Okanagan were indeed made by an officer, and not a a suspected police impersonator.

By Lone Sheep Publishing on Wednesday Apr 07 2021

A two-vehicle head-on collision on Highway 1 seven kilometers east of Sicamous has claimed two lives, according to BC Highway Patrol Sgt. Chad Badry.