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February 2022
By Contributor on Monday Feb 28 2022

The BC RCMP has notified the Independent Investigations Office of British Columbia (IIO BC) of an incident in Elk Valley resulting in one man’s death.

By Boundary Sentinel on Monday Feb 28 2022

Grand Forks RCMP said that a 32-year-old man found in a stolen vehicle was arrested early Monday in a high risk take down.

RCMP said in a media release that just after 5:20 a.m. on February 28, 2022, officers were advised of an alarm to a business on the 2900 block of Central Avenue.

By Dick Cannings MP on Sunday Feb 27 2022

After more than two weeks of an occupation of downtown Ottawa and serious border blockades in Ontario, Manitoba, Alberta and British Columbia, the federal government invoked the Emergencies Act on February 14.  Local police forces had seemed unable or unwilling to act and both the Ontario and Alberta governments had asked for help. 

By The Nelson Daily Staff on Sunday Feb 27 2022

In a media release posted on the company website Friday, Traction on Demand said it has signed a definitive agreement to be acquired by partner and global leader in CRM, Salesforce.

By Letters to the editor on Sunday Feb 27 2022

To The Editor:

I am deeply saddened and extremely angry at what is happening in Ukraine.

You may recall that when I was your Member of Parliament I participated in a diplomatic mission with Canada’s Foreign Affairs Committee (Google MP Stetski goes to Ukraine) to Ukraine, Latvia, Poland and Kazakhstan in 2017.

By Lone Sheep Publishing on Sunday Feb 27 2022

After escaping a snowfall warning by Environment Canada last week, the Boundary/Kootenay region can expect to see additional amounts of the snow in the over the next few days.

Environment Canada issued a Winter Storm Warning for the region, including Highway 3 — Paulson Summit to Kootenay Pass that will run into Monday evening with total accumulations from 40 to 50 cm.

By Timothy Schafer Local Journalism Initiative Reporter on Saturday Feb 26 2022

How decisions are made regarding regional transit services are expected to change after a report examining the service’s governance was commissioned by the regional district.

By Province of British Columbia on Friday Feb 25 2022

The BC Ministry of Health said of Friday, Feb. 25, 2022, 90.6% (4,514,727) of eligible people five and older in B.C. have received their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine and 86.1% (4,289,963) have received their second dose.

By Contributor on Friday Feb 25 2022

In early December 2021 Sandra Bernier, Emergency Shelter Manager with the help of 28 Grade 9 students from Trafalgar Middle School set up the 10 Winter Emergency Beds (WEB) at St. Saviour Pro-Cathedral on Silica Street.

Teacher Helena Bryn-McLeod had reached out to offer their services as volunteers and to give the students some real-world experience doing outreach in the community.

By Dick Cannings MP on Thursday Feb 24 2022
After more than two weeks of an occupation of downtown Ottawa and serious border blockades in Ontario, Manitoba, Alberta and British Columbia, the federal government invoked the Emergencies Act on February 14.  Local police forces had seemed unable or unwilling to act and both the Ontario and Alberta governments had asked for help. 
 
That decision prompted quick a