Employees and students at the College of the Rockies will be able to travel for international education after a two-year hiatus.
College officials said it is part of the Canadian Government's International Youth Internship Program this spring, which will send six Canadians to Kenya and Dominica for six months.
"When in God's name are we going to stand up to the gun lobby?"
That from U.S. President Joe Biden reacting to the deaths of 18 children and several adults in a school shooting in Texas.
Officials say it happened when an 18-year-old went on a deadly rampage at the school...
The Cranbrook Bucks will be running their summer camp in August giving players a chance to be noticed.
The camp will include two games, practices led by two BCHL coaches and a post-game meal and information session.
There will also be a trainer and skate sharpening on hand.
Players born in 2007-2008...
The District of Sparwood has begun its goal to reduce mosquito annoyance within the community.
The district will be using a pesticide management plan approved by the Province of B.C.
They've contracted Duka Environmental Services Ltd. to carry out the work
District staff say mosquitos require water and as little as 7-10...
Interior Health (IH) patients will have better access to diagnostic testing, as improved heart monitors are being installed across the region's health care centres.
IH officials said the new monitors will also give physicians and nurse practitioners more timely access to these reports.
Heart (or Holter) monitors are used to observe...
Officials with the Kimberley Alpine Resort say there isn't an exact timeline for when the Northstar quad chair will be operational but it should be ready for the next ski season.
They say parts were ordered immediately after the fire.
The parts are scheduled to arrive at Leitner-Poma's facility in Kelowna over the...