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OP/ED: Report Highlights Desperate Circumstances for People Living on Disability Assistance in BC

OP/ED: Report Highlights Desperate Circumstances for People Living on Disability Assistance in BC

The effects of provincial government policy are demoralizing for both people with disabilities and those who work within the income assistance system, says a new report released today for which people with disabilities and income assistance workers were surveyed.

Selkirk College Distinguished Alumnus Rises to Peak of the Ski Industry

Panorama Mountain Village President and CEO Steve Paccagnan will receive the honour of Distinguished Alumnus at the Selkirk College Graduation 2017 ceremony on April 28 at the Castlegar Campus. Paccagnan graduated from the Ski Resort Operations & Management Program in 1988.

One of Canada’s ski industry leaders will be honoured as a Distinguished Alumnus at the upcoming Selkirk College Graduation 2017 ceremony.

How to Celebrate Earth Day in Rossland

Poster by Sarah Flood.  Apologies for the cropping; there's a "Compost Crawl" too!

Come celebrate Earth Day in Rossland! The public is invited to participate in free, family oriented activities organized by local community groups and co-ordinated by the Sustainability Commission. Earth Day Celebrations on Saturday, April 22nd will once again feature the annual Rossland Real Food Chicken and Compost Crawl, the first outdoor Rossland Mountain Market of the season, the SPCA bottle drive, and the RDKB’s Trash to Treasure Day.  

Plan ahead to stay safe this Easter long weekend

In the Southern Interior 62 people are injured in 310 crashes.

After months of tough winter driving conditions, many British Columbians are likely making their first road trip of the year this Easter weekend.

The Insurance Corporation of BC (ICBC) said in a media release, that every Easter long weekend, an average of four people are killed and 650 injured in 2,300 crashes in B.C.

In the Southern Interior 62 people are injured in 310 crashes.

Discover College Life at Experience Selkirk Day

Experience Selkirk Day is an annual event, where Grade 10, 11 and 12 students are invited to come to Selkirk College and experience what it's like to be a college student for a day. Pre-register before May 4.

High school students in the region are invited to experience Selkirk College for a day at an annual event that serves up educational pathways with a taste of campus life.

Grade 10, 11 and 12 students are invited to Selkirk College on May 17 for Experience Selkirk Day which will feature workshops that help them explore college programs and define potential careers.

Editorial: Negative campaigning and being well-informed

Please vote!

Every day, my inbox is littered with vitriol from two of BC's political parties, about each other.  They're each titled "press release" but I haven't been publishing them. Perhaps that's wrong-headed of me, but I don't want to encourage the negativity.

Why am I opposed to the nastiness?  Because I want voters to vote, and to cast their votes based on rational agreement or disagreement, not based on stirred-up emotions.

Pickleball, a shake-up coming at the Regional District? Big investment for the hospital, and more

Pickleball, a shake-up coming at the Regional District? Big investment for the hospital, and more

Rossland City Council held its scheduled regular meeting on Monday, April 10, 2017, at 6:00 pm.  Mayor Kathy Moore and Councillors Lloyd McLellan, John  Greene,  Andy Morel, Marten Kruysse, and Aaron Cosbey were all present; only Andrew  Zwicker was unable to attend.

Noisy vehicle problem:

Southeast Fire Centre urges caution with open burning

Before beginning to burn, first check with the local fire department, municipality and regional district to find out if any open burning restrictions or bylaws are in effect.

March may have been one of the wettest months on record, but that isn't stopping the Southeast Fire Centre from asking the public to exercise caution while conducting any outdoor burning activities this spring.                           

Fatality in connection with Warfield blaze

Fatality in connection with Warfield blaze

A local blaze may have claimed the life of a Warfield resident today, according to Fire Rescue acting Captain Rick Morris.

Morris said the call came in at 1:52 p.m. and fire crews arrived at 331 Murray Drive at 1:58 p.m.  They were able to knock the fire down, but an elderly male was found deceased at the scene. Morris was unwilling to speculate as to the man’s cause of death.

The cause of the fire itself is also still under investigation.

Four firefighters from Company 2 (Warfield) and 10 firefighters from Company 4 (Trail) attended.

Provincial Election: The Writs are Issued

Provincial Election: The Writs are Issued

VICTORIA– The writs have been issued for British Columbia’s 41st Provincial General Election.

“Eligible voters can vote from now until the polls close on General Voting Day,” said Keith Archer, Chief Electoral Officer. “B.C. has the most accessible voting system in Canada, and we encourage all eligible voters to cast a ballot.”

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