An alleged assault in downtown Trail has led to the arrest of two men, according to a press release issued by Trail RCMP top cop Sgt. Mike Wicentowich.
A man wanted in multiple jurisdictions in the United States was arrested by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Ashcroft B.C. Tuesday morning.
Add the Nelson Queen City Cruise as the latest event in Nelson to be run over by COVID-19 pandemic.
Nelson Road Kings president Marcello Piro made the announcement Wednesday that the scheduled 2020 show set for September 11-12 in Nelson has also been cancelled.
“Unfortunately, as a result of COVID-19, so many things have changed in avery short time requiring us to restrict the gathering of people in large groups until at least the end of summer,” Piro said in an emailed statement.
The Selkirk College Saints put the official wraps on the 2019-2020 British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League (BCIHL) season at the team’s annual awards evening using tools that have become a symbol for current times.
Gathering in their homes and connected using Zoom videoconferencing, players and coaches recognized outstanding contributions in a hockey season that came to a screeching halt due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Obviously it’s not the way we could have ever imagined a season ending,” says Saints’ head coach Dave Hnatiuk.
It’s post-secondary learning where the amount of dirt under your fingernails helps measure educational progress. With the adjournment of in-person delivery at Selkirk College due to the COVID-19 pandemic, students and instructors in the School of Industry & Trades Training are taking on the challenge of completing vital coursework away from the shops on Nelson’s Silver King Campus.
People in the Columbia Basin are continuing to experience the broad and serious impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. To provide immediate support, Columbia Basin Trust announced $11.7 million in funding earlier in April. In response to ongoing developments, the Trust has now expanded the types of services that qualify for this support.
The Regional District of Kootenay Boundary Columbia Basin Trust Community Initiatives and Affected Areas programs (CIP/AAP) 2020 project applications are available online for public comment until April 27 at jointheconversation.rdkb.com.
Another one, count them, three major events in the West Kootenay have bitten the dust due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Monday, Kootenay Pride cancelled the always-popular Pride Parade held on the Sunday of Labour Day weekend.
That decision was joined by the Kaslo Jazz Etc Festival postponing its 29th annual event and Shambhala Music Festival, hosted near Salmo, hoisting up the white flag.
The Regional District of Kootenay Boundary has lowered flags to half-mast at its Trail and Grand Forks offices in response to the country's worst-ever mass shooting that took place near Portapique, Nova Scotia on April 18 and 19.