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Wanted: Police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating Aza Tobias Hanbury

The Nelson Police Department, in conjunction with the Salmo RCMP, are seeking the public’s assistance in locating Aza Tobias Hanbury. Mr. HANBURY is currently wanted in relation to numerous charges from multiple jurisdictions for offences including Flight from Police, Possession of Property Obtained by Crime and Police Obstruction. He is described...

Province sets new minimum distances for motorists passing cyclists on BC roads

Get ready to give cyclists more room on the road, as the provincial government is updating its Motor Vehicle Act to better protect vulnerable road users. Vulnerable road users, according to the BC government's website, are anyone on a cycle, motorcycle, an animal or animal-driven vehicle, an electric kick scooter,...

B.C.’s April snowpack lowest recorded since 1970

B.C. officials warn of potential droughts as the province's snowpack sits at an average of 63 per cent of normal - the lowest recorded in 50 years. The Kootenays fare slightly better than the provincial average, with the West Kootenay sitting at 72 per cent and the East Kootenay at...

Missing Creston Man

Police are seeking public assistance to locate Creston man, Jesse Wood. The 43 year old has been missing from his residence since 2pm Sunday March 31st. Jesse is described as Caucasian male, 5’7, around 170lbs, balding but has longer dark brown/black hair on the sides and brown eyes. He was last seen...

Spring booster program rolls out in B.C., masks no longer required

Starting this week British Columbians will have access to a free COVID-19 booster.  The province said in a release that boosters will be available at pharmacies, community health centers and regional health authority clinics for everyone 6 months and older.  Masks are no longer mandatory in Island Health facilities, but people...

Province launches ‘Everyone Rides’ safe cycling program in the West Kootenays

Elementary school students in grades 4 and 5 will learn safer cycling skills after taking part in the province’s Everyone Rides program, which is expanding to the West Kootenays. The Everyone Rides program encourages kids throughout the province to try active transportation options in safe and organized environments, stated a...
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