On Sunday, May 22, at 12:58 p.m. a frontline Trail and Greater District RCMP officer responded to a complaint about a vehicle driving erratically on Hwy 3B in Fruitvale, said Trail RCMP Sgt. Mike Wicentowich. He said the officer located a 32-year-old Warfield woman with her three-year-old child in their vehicle.
The Vancouver International Film Festival (VIFF) is delighted to announce the launch of the VIFF Pop-Up Festival.
This new initiative delivers festival favorites to audiences across British Columbia, with the inaugural events taking place in partnership with the Kamloops Film Society at the Paramount Theatre (May 20-21) and Nelson Civic Theatre (May 27–31).
Interior Health has issued a DRUG ALERT for the Nelson area after a drug poisoning event occurred at ANKORS OPS a media release said Wednesday.
The media release said the sample was tested by the ANKORS drug checking technician and the same was sent for further testing at UVIC’s Substance drug checking site.
Interior Health (IH) is upgrading heart monitors across the region, improving patient access to important diagnostic testing, and enhancing timely access for physicians and nurse practitioners to these reports.
People throughout the Interior will benefit from upgrades to not-for-profit services and programs with additional funding from B.C.’s Community Gaming Grants program.
Thirteen new capital project grants were awarded throughout the Interior region for a total of $1 million.
The Compassion in Action Community Conference is coming up on Friday, June 24th and Saturday, June 25th in Grand Forks.
This two-day educational conference event will be an opportunity to learn from experts about the provincial overdose crisis and the healthcare response.
May long weekend is typically a busy weekend on the roads as people emerge from a long winter enjoying the warmer and drier conditions.
Grand Forks officers were also kept busy this weekend investigating a wide variety of different matters.
Some of the investigations from this weekend include:
A waterfront outdoor public pool will be the main feature added to the city’s arsenal of recreational amenities this year as the capital plan for 2022 takes shape.
The city is planning to construct a public outdoor pool for a “new dimension of recreational activity at the pier” when the Hall Street Pier project is launched this summer.
Spring and summer are busy times for construction and other road-related activity, which brings an increased safety risk for roadside workers in the West Kootenay/Boundary region.