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East Kootenay polluters fined $24,000
Province fines Teck Coal and Mark Spittael for environmental offences in Elkford, B.C.
Kootenay dad looks to U.S. after cancer treatments prove unsuccessful in B.C.
Cutting edge treatment in U.S. last hope for Barry Marchi; June 21 fundraiser to help cover costs
How should B.C.’s private forests be managed?
About 818,000ha of private land in B.C. falls under the Private Managed Forest Land Program
Cannabis yoga a budding trend in East Kootenay
Yoga studio, cannabis educator team up to offer Fernie’s first cannabis yoga classes from May 17
Canfor sawmills back up in B.C. after week-long curtailment
Canfor curtails production due to lumber prices and the high cost of fibre
Fallen East Kootenay workers remembered
There were five work-related deaths in the East Kootenay last year, and 131 in B.C.
B.C. communities mark National Day of Mourning
In 2018, there were 131 work related deaths in B.C.
Isn’t it spring? Forecast calling for snow in the Kootenays
Up to 10 centimetres expected over the next two days, Environment Canada said
Family dog stolen from Kootenay backyard
RCMP appealing for information on pregnant Karelian bear dog missing from Elko, B.C.
Sierra Club, Kootenay MLA clash over mining
Tom Shypitka, Sierra Club BC butt heads over petition opposing new mining activity in the Valley
Fernie woman to represent Kootenay-Columbia riding in Parliament
McKinley Richards is one of 338 women chosen for the Daughters of the Vote program in Ottawa
East Kootenay search and rescue managers welcome new funding
Province announces $18.6m; funding to be divided according to groups’ response capabilities and needs
Avalanche warning issued for all B.C. mountains
Warm weather to increase avalanche risk: Avalanche Canada
WorksSafeBC almost done ammonia probe 1.5 years after Fernie arena tragedy
Statutory agency inspects ammonia-based fish processing facilities, follows up outstanding orders
Kootenay government leaders join search and rescue funding calls
Resolutions to put pressure on Province for stable funding; EMBC in negotiations with BCSARA
Snowfall warning issued for Kootenays
Up to 20cm expected by Wednesday morning; motorists encouraged to drive to conditions
Employer fines still possible after Fernie arena tragedy
WorkSafeBC considers enforcement action against City of Fernie, CIMCO Refrigeration
BREAKING: Teck fined $37,500 for exceeding air emissions at Kootenay coal mine
Half of stack tests at Elkview Operations from 2014 to 2019 exceeded the permit limit
B.C. search and rescue funding uncertainty causes concern
Province yet to announce new funding for B.C.’s 80 SAR groups with cash flow to dry up March 31
RDEK director admits defeat in Fernie logging fight
Regional District of East Kootenay won’t intervene in private land logging issue: Area A Director