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Fentanyl overdoses rise, emergency reporting takes effect

Fentanyl overdoses rise, emergency reporting takes effect

B.C. averaging 60 overdose cases a month, half involving fentanyl that users likely don't know they are taking

Rossland city council supports watersheds project

Council approved a letter of support for a temperature and water level monitoring project proposed by the Rossland Streamkeepers group.
B.C. nurses ratify five-year contract

B.C. nurses ratify five-year contract

B.C. Nurses' Union president Gayle Duteil says deal gives nurses more say in health policy, staffing levels

Columbia Basin Trust funds Rossland recreation projects

The Rossland Skatepark and the Dewdney Trail Upgrade Project are among 42 projects that have been awarded CBT recreation grants.
Arson investigated in northern B.C. fires

Arson investigated in northern B.C. fires

Conservation officers investigate signs that up to 10 wildfires were deliberately set
B.C. caribou herds decline, wolf kill to continue

B.C. caribou herds decline, wolf kill to continue

Habitat protection, penning pregnant females showing results as biologists continue to shoot wolves from helicopters
Distracted driving ticket will soon cost $543 and up

Distracted driving ticket will soon cost $543 and up

Cost for first texting and driving offence $543, up to $888 for a second within one year and licence may be suspended
A look at West Kootenay/Boundary’s local government landscape

A look at West Kootenay/Boundary’s local government landscape

Ahead of Local Government Awareness Week in BC, we study the complicated history of municipalities in our area.
Rain, snow slow northern B.C. wildfires, evacuees head home

Rain, snow slow northern B.C. wildfires, evacuees head home

Alberta crews join B.C. Wildfire Service on cross-border Siphon Creek fire as hundreds of people leave emergency shelters
B.C. wildfire crosses into Alberta, medical teams to help evacuees

B.C. wildfire crosses into Alberta, medical teams to help evacuees

B.C. mobile hospital, counsellors preparing to help care for thousands evacuated from Fort McMurray