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Nelson police constable’s body arrives home with full honors

Highways in Nelson were lined as residents and responders paid their respects as Cst.  Mathieu Nolet’s body returned to the city under escort. Nolet died Saturday  after fighting critical injuries in a Kelowna ICU after he was caught in an avalanche  just north of Kaslo It came 12 days after a...

New program to guarantee timber supply for B.C. wood manufacturers

Wood product manufacturers in B.C. are expected to have better access to timber through a new provincial program. B.C. government officials said the BC Timber Sales value-added manufacturing program will ensure a steady supply of timber for small and medium-sized secondary manufacturers. It's open to facilities producing high-value products, such as...

Procession for Nelson police constable Mathieu Nolet arrives today

For the second time in a month Nelson residents are being asked to respect a funeral procession that will be coming through town around 2 this afternoon.  The body of Nelson police Cst. Mathieu Nolet will be making its way from Kelowna after he succumbed to his injuries on Saturday...

Mountain Lake Seniors Community offers free training to 44 care aides

Funding has been approved to train 44 health care aides at Mountain Lake Seniors Community in Nelson under B.C’s Health Care Access Program.  Site leader Tami Turner says this is a fantastic opportunity for students looking to pursue a career in healthcare. “The biggest challenge people are faced with is the...

Kootenay Lake school support workers vote 98% in favor of job action

School support workers in School District 8 (Kootenay Lake) are 98 per cent in favor of taking job action. The results of the strike vote were announced today after five days of voting. CUPE Local 748 called it a strong mandate to call a strike.  President Michelle Bennett says taking job...

Province launches K-12 anti-racism action plan 

The B.C. government has launched a new tool to take action against racism and discrimination in our province's schools. As part of the new K-12 anti-racism action plan, teachers will have access to training opportunities so they can build a more inclusive and equitable learning environment. “We know that Indigenous, Black...
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