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Special weather statement issued ahead of rising temperatures

Environment Canada is predicting temperatures to rise into the 30s next week across much of B.C., including the southern interior. Officials with the forecasting agency said the province will be experiencing its first stretch of warm weather of the year starting on Saturday. According to Environment Canada, temperatures will climb into...

Audit finds improvements in major mine oversight, with some exceptions

An audit of policies implemented by B.C.'s Ministry of Energy, Mines and Low Carbon Innovation revealed some areas of improvement in the industry's oversight and others that could use more work. According to B.C. government officials, the report on the Oversight of Major Mines points out a series of structural...

Canadian artists show diverse passion at Shutter exhibition

Over 50 people attended the opening of the Shutter exhibition at Touchstones Nelson to welcome seven artists from across Canada as they showcased their passion for photography and explained why they pursued their dream in this field. “I identify as queer and Indigenous,” says Danya Danger, one of the artists...

Nelson & District Arts Council announces the return of a bigger ArtWalk

The Nelson and District Arts Council says it’s very excited to be bringing ArtWalk back to the streets of Nelson and apparently so are the artists. Applications are rolling in and this year ArtWalk is bigger than ever with 27 venues all throughout town and down to the waterfront and...

Flooding still a risk as West Kootenay snow pack sits at 215% of normal

The Regional District of Central Kootenay says with a significant amount of mountain snow pack still remaining, we can expect freshet season to be extended to late July. The RDCK says the snow pack in the West Kootenay is sitting at 215 per cent of normal, which means a continued high...

Province takes step to protect specialised infant formula supplies

The B.C. government has issued guidelines to pharmacies to keep specialized infant formula behind the counter. Provincial officials say there are no shortages of regular infant formula. There is a shortage of specialized hypoallergenic infant formulas for babies with food allergies and certain medical conditions. Parents/caregivers can speak with a pharmacist who...
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