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Traffic stop was legit, Midway RCMP say

Midway RCMP say they did in fact pull over a woman for speeding who cast doubt on social media whether the man who stopped her was actually a police officer. Police say the woman was pulled over on Highway 3 in Greenwood around Klondike Street at about 6 p.m. for...

Province investing in public library improvements

The B.C. government is providing a one-time investment of $8 million to public libraries for COVID-19 relief and recovery. The money is being spread among 71 libraries to enhance services and fill gaps created by the pandemic. They include: •     Grand Forks and District Public Library - $35,057.95 •     Greenwood Public Library – $26,417.32 •     Midway...

Kootenay/Boundary gas prices hover around $2

The cheapest gas to be found in the West Kootenay/Boundary is in Montrose and the most expensive in Nakusp, according to a glance at gasbuddy.com. The station in Montrose is charging 192.7 cents per litre while on the opposite end, filling up at one station in Nakusp will set you...

Electrical infrastructure upgrades required as EV sales increase: SFU professor

A professor at Simon Fraser University says more upgrades to the province’s power grid will be needed for coming electric vehicles (EVs). The suggestion comes after a recent BC Hydro report. It indicates EVs will be more available in 2023 as the supply chain rebounds and demand will be fully...

Supply chain issues affecting EV buyers: BC Hydro report

any British Columbians are hesitant to buy an electric vehicle because of supply chain issues, according to BC Hydro. A recent report from Hydro found that 35 per cent of the 800 respondents would like to buy an electric vehicle (EV) for their next car. However, they say they do...

Removal of Burgess Shale fossils leads to $20,000 fine for Quebec man

A man from Quebec is facing a $20,000 fine and house arrest after 45 fossils from several B.C. national parks were found in his home. Parks Canada officials said the investigation was launched in 2020 after Lake Louise park wardens received a tip regarding the incident. A search warrant was later...
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