Baby, it’s about to get very cold outside.
Environment Canada has issued a Special Weather Statement for much of BC as a cold spell is forecasted for most of the province.
“Arctic air will spread throughout BC (Saturday) bringing a major shift in temperature from our mild January,” the Environment Canada statement said.
The City of Nelson announced that a private Celebration of Life service is planned for Nelson Police Constable Mathieu Nolet on Monday, January 30 at the Nelson Rod and Gun Club beginning at 11:30 a.m.
The City of Nelson media release said that the service is for invited guests only and not open to the general public.
A new regional district bylaw gives the green light to recreation services to construct, renovate or expand community, recreation and leisure facilities within City of Nelson property.
Nelson RCMP has opened an investigation of theft of mail from Canada Post Offices in Slocan Park and Ymir.
In a media release Thursday, RCMP said the stolen mail was discovered inside a pickup truck following a report of a suspicious vehicle on Giveout Creek Forest Service Road south of Nelson, on Sunday, January 22, 2023.
There are deep layers of concern and uncertainty over deep layers of weak snow buried in the West Kootenay backcountry alpine regions that could create large avalanches.
Although there have been no avalanches reported in the West Kootenay region for the last two days, dangerous conditions still exist in the backcountry, according to Avalanche Canada (AC).
Together with the provincial and federal governments and a forestry company, the National Conservancy of Canada announced the conservation of 185,329 acres (75,000 hectares) in the Incomappleux Valley located in the Selkirk Mountains approximately 29 kilometres east of Revelstoke.
Nelson Police said the missing woman alert Wednesday has been rescinded.
Nelson Police said 33-year-old Alissa Kunstmann was located Wednesday afternoon.
Nelson Police thanks the public for assisting in locating Kunstmann
NPD appeal to public to locate missing woman
Police are asking residents to keep their eyes open for two vehicles involved in two incidents involving suspicious strangers and children, according to Trail RCMP Sgt. Mike Wicentowich.
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