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High avalanche risk prompts special warning

Special Public Avalanche Warning in effect until the end of the day Monday, Feb. 12

UPDATE: Avalanche shuts down Trans-Canada Highway east of Revelstoke

Estimated time of opening is between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m.: DriveBC

Airlifted to Calgary after Golden-area avalanche

Police say the person was seriously injured in the avalanche

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UPDATE: The Trans-Canada Highway is now open

Expect delays tomorrow as work crews perform avalanche debris removal

Queen Victoria Hospital helipad nears finish line

Waiting on final approval from Transport Canada

Trans-Canada Highway closed between Revelstoke and Golden

Will be closed Golden to Alberta border until at least midday Friday

Avalanche warning issued across Southern Interior

Danger rating is high across mountainous ranges in the Kootenays, Cariboo.

Cannabis: Nelson council asks for public feedback

Forms are being sent out to households and businesses this month

Decades later, volleyball coach’s legacy recognized

John Campbell inducted into BC Volleyball Hall of Fame

‘We here in the Columbia-River Revelstoke are sick and tired of this,’ says MLA Doug Clovechok

Clovechok to address minister of transportation and infrastructure on local constituents’ concerns about highway safety and snow removal on Hwy. 1. and 23.

VIDEO: Avalanche triggered near Lanark Snowshed

Avalanche control continues on Trans-Canada Highway

CSRD sets rural fire suppression information meeting date

CSRD staff and the area director will be in attendance

Summerland council defeats Banks Crescent development proposal

Council members vote 5-2 against controversial seniors housing development

UPDATE: Summerland council votes against Banks Crescent development

The vote this evening is to approve third reading of the Banks Crescent seniors housing proposal

Winter storm bears down on Revelstoke

Environment Canada forecasting between 30 and 50 cm by Wednesday night

Okanagan documentary wins prestigious award

A River Film puts the spotlight on water management and has now been honoured

Summerlanders express views about development

More than 80 people spoke out at six-hour public hearing on Banks Crescent proposal

Ono Cho exchange celebrates cultures

“It just makes the world feel like a really small place,” says host parent

Stetski announces extended deadline for Canada Summer Jobs applications

Program accepting applications until Feb. 9

  • Feb 6th, 2018