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Under the proposed regulations, anyone caught smoking or vaping in public will face a $2000 fine
RCMP thanks agencies after cattle truck crash; investigates vehicle and thrift store thefts
Ministry of Education tips one per cent enrolment increase at public schools in Southeast Kootenay
BC Wildfire Service lifts campfire ban in some regions after rain and cooler temperatures
ICBC responds to concerns about departure of new driver examiner in East Kootenay
City of Fernie and CIMCO Refrigeration in violation of workplace laws: WorkSafeBC
Aerial survey of elk in Rocky Mountain Trench finds populations has more than halved in 10 years
Bradley Patrick Tipper remembered as gentle-hearted and generous
Ken Rawson built his “thank u” sign on Saturday as helicopters responded to fires around the province.
Arbitrator rules Teck justified in dismissal of Kootenay worker accused of harassment and bullying
The group hopes to find a new entrance to Bisaro Anima in a trip dubbed “expedition of the year”.
The crash was initially reported north of Elkford, however, local agencies were later stood down
Technical Safety BC presented findings on cause of incident in Fernie last fall
Nursing significant injuries, the woman clung to rocks for half an hour while waiting to be rescued.
U.S. representatives criticize Canada’s inaction on selenium pollution in transboundary waters
Another East Kootenay mayor has announced they will stand for re-election this year.
Teck Coal responds to B.C. Government report, which shows the company was fined $78,100 last year.
A quarter of the permit exceedances were more than 200 per cent over the limit.
A walking trail has been named in honour of a victim of Fernie’s fatal gas leak.
A growing number of Elk Valley businesses limit their use of plastic straws amid global movement