A Saskatchewan man was taken into custody following a report of an assault in the Rosemont area last month Nelson Police said in a media release Monday.
Nelson Police said Eldon Lemaigre was arrested without incident inside Our Daily Bread on 500 Falls Street and now faces various charges in relation to the Rosemont assault.
Lemaigre, 40, is charged with Assault with a weapon, Possession of a Weapon for a Dangerous Purpose and Breach of his release conditions.
Police said the arrest was made after a man was assaulted in Rosemont a few days before.
Cooler and drier was the overall assessment of weather in October said Jesse Ellis of the Southeast Fire Center Weather Forecaster in the monthly synopsis released Friday.
Ellis said a northwesterly or northerly flow aloft that dominated much of October helped bring cooler and drier than average conditions to the area.
“The month's peak temperature (17.4 degrees) that occurred under mainly sunny skies on the afternoon of the November 6th fell well short of the monthly record of 27.2 degrees set in 1980,” Ellis said.
Could this be the last time the clocks turn back one hour in BC to mark the end of Daylight Savings Time?
Thursday, on the eve of time change weekend, the first Sunday of November when most places fall back at 2 a.m., the BC Government introduced the interpretation amendment act to allow for a future move to permanent daylight saving time (DST) after 93% of British Columbian respondents indicated support for the change in a record-breaking public engagement.
To The Editor:
I had the privilege of growing up in The War Amps Child Amputee (CHAMP) Program which was started by war amputee veterans. Through Operation Legacy, which is made up of members of CHAMP, we pay tribute to the veterans who founded the Association and all those who have served our country.
New Democrat MLA Katrine Conroy is welcoming over $91,000 in Community Gaming Grant funding to Parent Advisory Councils to benefit students in Kootenay West.
“This is great news for parents and students in the Kootenays,” said Conroy, MLA for Kootenay West. “These gaming grants will continue to support PACs with the important work they do to enhance and enrich the school experience for our kids.”
There’s never been a better time to Fall Head Over Tails in Love.
The BC SPCA is teaming up with Hill’s®Pet Nutrition on Saturday, Nov. 9 to offer its second annual province-wide adoption promotion.
During this one-day event, animals at each branch across the province will be able to go to a loving home at a reduced fee. Most of the animals in SPCA care, including dogs, cats, kittens, puppies, rats and guinea pigs will be eligible for 50 per cent off the adoption fee and BC Pet Registry fee. Adoption discounts for farm animals will be decided on a case-by-case basis.
The Trail and Greater District Detachment RCMP is wishing everyone a fun and safe Halloween on Thursday, Oct. 31. Sunset will occur at 5:32 p.m. on Halloween, which means that most Treat-or-Treaters will be walking around local neighbourhoods in the darkness.
The RCMP are offering the following tips for Trick-or-Treaters:
Fifteen officers are now cleared to use tasers, thanks to a training exercise in Trail, according to Trail Top Cop RCMP Sgt. Mike Wicentowich.
"From Oct. 21 to 25, the Trail and Greater District Detachment RCMP hosted taser training, which resulted in the certification of eight police officers and the re-certification of seven police officers in its operation."
He said all police officers were from within the West Kootenays (including Trail Detachment) except one who had recently transferred.
On Saturday, October 19, 2019, cadets from 131 Kootenay Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps and 531 City of Trail Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron were invited to attend Exercise Sapper Crucible II, a Demolitions Exercise, with the 44th Engineer Squadron in Trail, and other members of the 39th Brigade from the Lower Mainland.