Up to 60 per cent of some employment sectors in the Kootenay region could suffer labour market losses due to the effects of wildfire and climate disaster, according to a report from an independent think tank.
There are signs that a recession could be settling in for Nelsonites in 2023, according to the top executive with the city’s chamber of commerce.
Tom Thomson, executive director of the Nelson and District Chamber of Commerce, was not adamant that there would be an economic downturn in the city as the year moved on, but he said there were some suggestions it could happen.
Pacific Coastal Airlines will end its regularly scheduled flight service between Vancouver International Airport (YVR) South Terminal and Canadian Rockies International Airport (YXC).
In a news release Thursday, Pacific Coastal Airlines said the last day of operations for flights between Vancouver and Cranbrook will be Friday, April 28, 2023.
Selkirk Pro-Musica is proud to present its final concert of the 2022-23 season with Percussiano3 – “A Sound Feast of Percussion and Piano”.
The group will perform at the Capitol Theatre, 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 30. Tickets are available through the Capitol Theatre box office.
What’s in a name? A contentious sign of the times
Alzheimer’s is, especially for older people like me, a frightening possibility. Most of us know people, some of them close and cherished, who have been altered by the disease and died from it. Some of us don’t like to be reminded of it.
The Final Four in the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League begins Friday in Kimberley and Revelstoke.
The Beaver Valley Nitehawks and Kimberley Dynamiters begin the best-of-seven Kootenay Conference Final in the Bavarian City while in the Okanagan Conference defending KIJHL champion Revelstoke Grizzlies host the Princeton Posse.
On Thursday, Feb. 2, 2023, Jarrid Constantin, a 43-year-old Trail man, failed to make an appearance on his court date, in Provincial Court, in Rossland, BC. A judge issued an unendorsed warrant of arrest for Jarrid Constantin as a result.
Trail and Greater District RCMP is alleging the following criminal charges against Jarrid Constantin:
Trail & District Arts Council is excited to announce a spoken word performance by Shane Koyczan on Tuesday, March 28 at 7:30 pm at The Bailey Theatre as part of the Performing Arts Trail series.
Investigators were led to the specific location, where it was confirmed 17 horses had recently been shot. They appeared to be from a herd of feral (wild) horses which frequent this area.
Due to an overwhelming response for the recruitment of lifeguards, the Trail Aquatic & Leisure Centre is pausing registration for all advanced courses as they develop a program to support lifeguard training. Those who have already expressed interest will be contacted.
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