Rossland Summit School ranked highest among School District 20 schools in the Fraser Institute’s annual B.C. elementary school rankings.
Katrine Conroy, NDP MLA for Kootenay West talks to the Trail Times about the province's 2017 budget.
Association’s research suggests only one-quarter get their carseats checked by an expert
Watch Pink Shirt Day as seen across British Columbia
Council agreed to award the contract to develop a plan for the Rossland Midtown Transition Area — a.k.a the Emcon Lot — to CTQ Consultants.
Welfare rates, MSP cuts and $10-a-day childcare were on the table
The 2017/18 B.C. budget bring cuts to MSP premiums, a proposed PST break for business, and increases in public education funding.
NDP leader John Horgan not ready to announce his own plan to eliminate health premiums, Greens' Andrew Weaver wants it in income tax
Sales tax on power bills not only hits business, it's also charged on hospitals, schools and municipalities
Medical Services Plan premiums to drop by half in 2018, Finance Minister Mike de Jong says
Interim deal with the BCTF will be worth $320 million over three years
BC Ambulance paramedics and dispatchers are petitioning the province to change their status to essential service, like fire and police.
Children and Family Development Minister Stephanie Cadieux says rise of young people with mental illness 'a troubling phenomenon'
Latest one-time fund is $29.4 million "student learning grant" for textbooks, equipment and supplies
Fraser Valley event organized by local associations after the region was left out of the national debate schedule
The Canadian Transplant Society said it makes no difference to transplant recipients if an organ comes from someone killed by drug overdose.
The province is the sixth to sign a separate deal after failed attempts to secure a multilateral accord.
Forest Enhancement Society gets one-time grant to clean up forest fire fuel and plant trees around the province
The Friends of the Rossland Range (FORR) are looking for volunteers interested in being snow hosts.
Despite heavy snowfall last week, the City of Rossland is sticking to its snow plow budget.
The francophone school in Rossland is one of four in the province rolling out a pilot program for four-year-olds.
The federal government announces $65 million across Canada in response to the opioid overdose crisis.
An average of seven people died every two days last month, according to the latest numbers.
Voter registration notices are being sent across British Columbia starting Feb. 14.
Prescription drug information of 7,500 people exposed in breaches at four doctors' offices, Health Minister Terry Lake says