For the first time, BC Children’s Hospital Research Institute will be travelling to the Kootenays with two free programs aimed at giving senior high school students and the community the opportunity to explore careers in health sciences, interact with world-class researchers and health professionals, and discover the latest innovations in health research.
The 16th round of Canada-U.S. negotiations to modernize the Columbia River Treaty took place on March 22 and 23, in Washington, D.C.
A powerful frontal system has prompted Environment Canada to issue a Special Weather Statement for highway passes in BC.
Beginning Friday morning, and into Saturday night, higher elevation highways, including Highway 3 — Paulson Summit to Kootenay Pass — can expect possible snowfall accumulations of up to 25cm.
Columbia Basin Trust is inviting Basin residents to celebrate the region together and discuss the future at three symposia taking place in Cranbrook (May 26 and 27, College of the Rockies), Trail (June 9 and 10, Trail Memorial Centre) and Golden (June 23 and 24, Golden Civic Centre).
People in B.C. can be confident that money services businesses they use will have greater oversight by the BC Financial Services Authority (BCFSA) as a new provincial regulator.
Decisive climate action will bring a healthier, more prosperous future
A Nelson activist group is calling for a province-wide travel coach system in order to dovetail into the Province’s Clean Transportation Action Plan.
The Nelson and Area Action Group for Better Public Transportation claims a public inter-city bus system is one of the more important aspects in lowering emissions in the province.
An armed American man suffering mental illness issues prompted a police warning to the public last week. The man is now in custody of authorities and is receiving treatment.
An investigation is underway after a Fruitvale woman was dropped off at KBRH with a gunshot wound to the head, according to RCMP Detachment Commander Sgt. Mike Wicentowich.
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