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New funding announced to beef up specialized units and rural police forces

The B.C. government will be spending $230 million over the next three years to help rural police forces and specialized units to have enough officers. “Everyone deserves to feel safe, and my government is working on every front to protect our communities and make them stronger,” said premier David Eby...

Province looking for input on food-delivery worker employment standards

The B.C. government is looking to hear from current and past food-delivery workers about employment standards that should be in place. The survey asks workers and the public for their views on working conditions, and the benefits and challenges for app-based ride-hailing and food-delivery workers. “We’ve seen tremendous growth of the...

‘Tainted right from the get go’: Local MLA’s critical of new premier

Both of our local MLA's are not happy with how David Eby became the province's newest premier, but they are also wishing John Horgan the best after stepping down. Kootenay-East MLA Tom Shypitka says the NDP went against what their party stands for to get Eby into the premier's seat. "I'm...

Filming to disrupt parking along 2nd Avenue in Fernie

Fernie's 2nd Avenue between 4th and 6th Street will serve as a film set for a TV movie on Thursday. City of Fernie officials said filming will happen from 9:30 a.m to 4 p.m., with minimal disruption to vehicle and pedestrian traffic. All businesses along 2nd Avenue will be open as...

Kicking Horse Canyon to reopen early

Highway 1 through the Kicking Horse Canyon is reopening ahead of schedule after crews made good progress during the fall closure. The section of highway was supposed to reopen on Dec. 1, but will now be drivable at 6 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 25. “As winter approaches, this is reassuring news...

Vehicle accident closes Highway 95 north of Brisco

UPDATE (12:14 p.m. Wednesday, Nov 23, 2022): Highway 95 north of Brisco is now open to single-lane alternating traffic after a vehicle accident Wednesday morning. First responders are on the scene, working to recover a vehicle. Golden-Field RCMP officials said drivers should expect delays of up to 20 minutes along that stretch...
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