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Cadets from 279 RCACS placed First in the Senior category of the First Aid Competition held in Cranbrook on April 8

Cadets put first aid and leadership skills to the test in zone competitions

Cadets competed in teams of four and completed both a written examination and a practical test.

Cadets from 279 RCACS placed First in the Senior category of the First Aid Competition held in Cranbrook on April 8
Avalanche dangers are serious for all backcountry explorers.

Avalanche Canada and North Shore Rescue combine forces

Avalanche Canada (AvCan) and North Shore Rescue (NSR) are uniting to deliver a safety message to winter backcountry users.

Avalanche dangers are serious for all backcountry explorers.
Coombes parish church.

Letter: Vancouver Island Doukhobor history wanted

On a small property near the Hamlet of Coombs remains the last evidence of a Doukhobor colony.

Coombes parish church.
Seventeen of the 24 Selkirk College Saints hockey players received Academic Awards for their performance in the classroom during the 2016-2017 BCIHL season. Some of those picking up the award included (L-R) Troy Maclise

Selkirk College Saints celebrate season’s achievements

At the team’s annual awards night last week, the Saints handed out year-end honours.

Seventeen of the 24 Selkirk College Saints hockey players received Academic Awards for their performance in the classroom during the 2016-2017 BCIHL season. Some of those picking up the award included (L-R) Troy Maclise
Pastor Tom Kine

Faith Foundations: What makes Good Friday good?

“Why did Jesus suffer such horrendous torture?” Does His death truly have meaning for me? The answer really can only be found in the Bible.

Pastor Tom Kine
Lokel Hair Studio owners and stylists Michelle Devine and Ashley Simon stayed connected to their roots turning their local education at Selkirk College into a successful career in their home community of Nelson.

Selkirk College alumnae embody homegrown philosophy at Lōkel Hair Studio

The owners of Nelson’s chic Lōkel Hair Studio personify their namesake.

Lokel Hair Studio owners and stylists Michelle Devine and Ashley Simon stayed connected to their roots turning their local education at Selkirk College into a successful career in their home community of Nelson.
New tools for parents.

New resources available for young families

Do you have children six and under? FAN has new resources for you.

New tools for parents.
Members of the Enactus Spring Roadside Cleanup team.

Enactus spring roadside clean-up Q&A

A group of students from the Enactus Club at Selkirk College will collect garbage from the roadsides leading to Selkirk College.

Members of the Enactus Spring Roadside Cleanup team.
Ages and Stages clinic.

Ages and Stages clinic in Warfield

Have you booked your free hour-long appointment with an early childhood consultant?

Ages and Stages clinic.
Ian Fry and Max Brown from Selkirk College Ecology program.

OPINION: Homemade lid bear-proofs garbage cans for Salmo

As humans and wildlife are forced to share the same areas some conflicts will inevitably occur.

Ian Fry and Max Brown from Selkirk College Ecology program.
The first cohort of Nyundo School of Music students graduated earlier this month in a community celebration. Students performed for the large crowd of supporters who helped mark the special occasion.

Selkirk College instructor builds on Rwanda relationship

The next chapter in the growing relationship between Selkirk College and Rwanda’s Nyundo School for Music has been written.

The first cohort of Nyundo School of Music students graduated earlier this month in a community celebration. Students performed for the large crowd of supporters who helped mark the special occasion.
Chad Eastman and Denison Mears

Powering a Kokanee recovery

Kokanee have been declining since 1964 and are at a record low, two per cent of average.

Chad Eastman and Denison Mears
The new program will help with energy retrofits such as replacing boilers.

Trust provides $2 million for energy conservation improvements

Many of the affordable housing units operated by non-profit organizations in the Columbia Basin need energy retrofits.

The new program will help with energy retrofits such as replacing boilers.
Second-year Selkirk College Contemporary Music & Technology Program student Trevor Unruh is seen here performing at Gala 2016. Unruh is one of 17 second-year students who will be on stage for the annual showcase concert series at the Shambhala Music & Performance Hall starting on March 15 and running to March 31.

Selkirk College music students showcase talents

A wide range of genres and exceptional talent will be on display at Nelson’s Shambhala Music & Performance Hall.

Second-year Selkirk College Contemporary Music & Technology Program student Trevor Unruh is seen here performing at Gala 2016. Unruh is one of 17 second-year students who will be on stage for the annual showcase concert series at the Shambhala Music & Performance Hall starting on March 15 and running to March 31.
Ryan Edwards and the Saints were gunning for a fifth straight BCIHL championship

Selkirk College Saints’ drive for five comes to sudden end

The Trinity Western University Spartans snapped an historic British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League (BCIHL) streak on Friday night.

Ryan Edwards and the Saints were gunning for a fifth straight BCIHL championship
Congratulations to Selkirk College Top Chef 2017 winners

Vikings take home trophies at Selkirk College Top Chef

Congratulations to Selkirk College Top Chef 2017 winners, team Viking.

Congratulations to Selkirk College Top Chef 2017 winners
First-year Selkirk College Ski Resort Operations & Management Program students are putting on the SROAMazing Race at Whitewater Ski Resort on Friday

SROAMazing Race is back and better than ever

Selkirk College’s Ski Resort Operations & Management Program is proud to announce that this year’s event will be held at Whitewater.

First-year Selkirk College Ski Resort Operations & Management Program students are putting on the SROAMazing Race at Whitewater Ski Resort on Friday
World Snow Sports Expo in China last fall.

Selkirk College formalizes cooperation with leader in Chinese ski resort industry

Selkirk College formalized its relationship with AXIS Leisure Management Ltd, a leader in China’s on-the-verge ski resort industry

World Snow Sports Expo in China last fall.
Students in a classroom.

Letter: Ready to leave the Canadian Federation of Students

Our Students’ Union is seeking to exit this national student groups for several reasons, and I couldn’t agree more.

Students in a classroom.
File photo from Sculpturewalk.

Sales and leasing program expands for Sculpturewalk

Which of Castlegar’s downtown sculptures has caught your eye?

File photo from Sculpturewalk.