A head-on collision four miles north of Nelson on Highway 3A Wednesday afternoon that halted traffic for more than an hour was the result of aggressive driving said RCMP in a media release.
The collision occurred at approximately 12:08 p.m. Wednesday in the 2200 block of Highway 3A when a Pontiac G6 crossed over the center line, striking an oncoming Toyota Camry.
Teams from throught the southern interior of the province have set Nelson for the next stop on the curling calendar as the Heritage City club plays host to the Doug Bothamley Memorial Open Cash Spiel November 24-26.
The cashspiel is names in honour of longtime curler Doug Bothamley.
There were likely more people on the floor of the legislature listening to it than watching it live on television, but there was an interesting exchange at the legislature last week.
Energy Minister Michelle Mungall was being grilled by her opposition critic, B.C. Liberal MLA Tracy Redies.
The Trail Smoke Eaters would like to announce the commitment of Bryce Anderson for the 2018-2019 season.
Because Canada’s public health-care funding model doesn’t account for interprovincial migration, the movement of seniors from province to province can materially impact provincial budgets, finds a new study by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public policy think-tank.
Another blast of winter is expected to hit the mountains in and around the West Kootenay says Environment Canada.
"A cold front will continue moving across the BC interior today," said Enivronment Canada.
The Selkirk College Saints are still a long way from the ultimate British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League (BCIHL) destination, but the ride so far has been packed with success.
Living Lakes Canada, Columbia Basin Trust, the Columbia Basin Watershed Network and Selkirk College are inviting everyone and anyone in the Columbia Basin with an interest in the region’s water resources to join a dialogue that has the potential to protect communities from water challenges in the face of climate change.
By BEN PARFITT
Last year, more natural gas was produced in British Columbia than at any point in the past 10 years.
Even without the much-hyped liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry, natural gas production in BC jumped 70 per cent over the past decade.
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