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TMTVNEWS.COM - Daylight saving time 2014 ends this weekend

Large Climate Change Event-Community preparing

TMTVNEWS.COM, Castlegar BC Canada - Climate Change and Community Solutions Forum Saturday, November 8th, 10:30 am - 6:30 pm at the Brilliant Cultural Center, Castlegar...

Daylight saving time 2014 ends this weekend

CBC.ca Daylight saving time is coming to an end for the year. Most of the country will revert to standard time this weekend as clocks move back an hour...

City Responds to Recent Pipeline/Pedestrian Bridge Comments

TMTVNEWS.COM, TRAIL BC CANADA - The City is responding to Mr. Norm Gabana’s Letter to the Editor, Bridge Reports and Statements Differ, that was published in the Trail Times on October 23rd, 2014.

APPLY NOW FOR LOCAL ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION AND RESTORATION PROJECT SUPPORT

TMTVNEWS.COM, CASTLEGAR, B.C. – The Waneta Expansion Limited Partnership (WELP), a partnership between Fortis Inc., Columbia Power Corporation and Columbia Basin Trust, is accepting applications

Bat BioBlitz Detects Endangered Species in B.C.’s Flathead River Valley​

TMTVNEWS.COM, Victoria B.C. - Conservation groups have answered a request from the B.C. government to help study a group of species soon to face devastating population die-offs...

CBT Funding for Victoria Street Bridge Lighting Project

TMTVNEWS.COM, Trail BC Canada - Jason Milne (left), on behalf of the Downtown Opportunities and Action Committee (DOAC), accepts a cheque...

BC police watching out for sled theft

B.C. police watching out for sled theft Calgary Herald If (snowmobilers) are going to B.C., and especially Revelstoke and Sicamous in the wee hours of the morning, expect to get pulled over by the police...

Cranbrook RCMP investigate a violent assault

Globalnews.ca - A 31-year-old man was attacked on the weekend by up to three other men. The victim suffered head injuries and officers say he doesn't remember all...

TRAVEL ALERT: SNOW FOR KOOTENAY PASS & PAULSON SUMMIT - Amounts up to 10CM

TMTVNEWS.COM Monday Oct 27, 2014 Forcast for Highway 3 - Paulson Summit to Kootenay Pass -  Snow level near 800 metres...

Winter has arrived on local highways

Kootenay Pass (Highway 3) between Salmo & Creston received a dusting of snow last evening, just enough to remind us that winter has arrived...

New Fire Chief for Nelson BC

TMTVNEWS.COM - Big job, big boots: City names new Fire Chief to succeed 36 year veteran Simon Grypma. Calgarian Len MacCharles oversaw 1,300 fire fighters...

Kootenay Corporate Community gets kids outside!

TMTVNEWS.COM - This summer the Columbia Basin Environmental Education Network launched a Kootenay-wide Corporate Challenge

Know Your Watershed is Out of the Gate and in a Creek Near You

TMTVNEWS.COM - The gorgeous fall weather had Kootenay schools out in their local creeks and rivers learning about the water systems that sustain...

RCMP look for man wanted on warrant for Midway robbery

TMTVNEWS.COM (RCMP) Boundary Regional RCMP are seeking public assistance in locating a man who is wanted on an outstanding warrant

Vandalizing Political signs is no laughing matter

TMTVNEWS.COM, Nelson BC Canada - (NCP) Vandalizing Political signs is no laughing matter...

Former Nelsonite hired to lead City development at exciting, busy time

TMTVNEWS.COM, Nelson BC Canada — The City of Nelson has filled an important position in its managerial line up – with a former Heritage City resident...

BC government steps in to clean up massive illegal waste-metal dump near Kimberley

B.C. government steps in to clean up massive illegal waste-metal dump near Kimberley The Province CRANBROOK, B.C. — The B.C. government has taken on the roll of the junk man and cleaned up 90 tonnes of illegally dumped waste metal on

B.C. official calls for Columbia River Treaty accounting

The Spokesman Review “I understand why we want to save people along the river from being flooded,” said Andrew Shadrack, a local government official from Kaslo, B.C...

Minimal fire damage at Tramway Car Barn

TMTVNEWS.COM, Nelson BC Canada - At 1514 hours the Nelson Fire Department responded to a report of a fire alarm sounding at the Nelson Tramway Car Barn...

RCMP 'executed' BC man after Slocan manhunt, family says

CTV News VANCOUVER -- The family of a B.C. man who was shot by the RCMP during a manhunt that shut down a small town says police failed to attempt to ...

New distracted driving penalties in effect

TMTVNEWS.COM, VICTORIA BC - Drivers are advised to put their hand-held electronic devices away, as the Province’s new distracted driving penalties hit British Columbia roads...

Grand Forks arsonist sentenced to 3 years

Globalnews.ca GRAND FORKS — A man who set fire to two hotels in Grand Forks, destroying one of them, has been sentenced to three years in a federal...

Nuclear waste storage proposed for Salmo, BC, by Ontario engineer

CBC.ca An Ontario engineer has picked the area around Salmo, B.C., as the best spot in the country for that province's nuclear waste. The recommendation is...

Boat thieves get caught

While in hand cuffs one of the males  attempted to sit up to jump out of the boat...

Home Invasion near Winlaw

TMTVNEWS.COM, At approximately 5:20 am on the morning of October 10, 2014, three unknown suspects broke into a residence...

Jumbo Glacier Resort rushes to meet permit deadline

CBC.ca This was a big weekend for the builders of the Jumbo Glacier ski resort under construction near Invermere, B.C. who had to have 'substantial' work...

KICKING HORSE MOUNTAIN RESORT WRAPS UP MOST SUCCESSFUL SUMMER SEASON YET MENAFN.COM With new events this season such as the Transrockies race (a roaming bike race also visiting Kimberley and Fernie BC) we saw even more tourists

Suspected Slocan, B.C., gunman shot by police, investigation confirms

TMTV for CBC TV - Peter DeGroot, the suspect in the Slocan, B.C., shootout, died following a police shooting...

Manhunt over for Peter Degroot; RCMP confirm suspect is dead

RCMP say the suspect in last week’s shooting incident in Slocan, B.C. is dead...

Peter Degroot manhunt sees life returning to normal in Slocan

TMTV FOR CBC TV - At the police news conference, Southeast District RCMP Chief Supt. Frank Smart thanked local residents for their patience during the five-day manhunt...

Fernie grizzly bear attack victim was taxidermist

The hunter mauled by a grizzly bear, then shot by his hunting partner, in Fernie, B.C. on Sunday, has been identified as a taxidermist from nearby Cranbrook...

Fernie grizzly bear attack sends 1 man to Calgary hospital

CBC.ca A man has been transported by air ambulance to hospital in Calgary after he was attacked by a grizzly bear near Fernie, B.C.. Officials with...

Police make direct appeal to Slocan standoff suspect

The Interior town of Slocan is entering day four of the search for a man police believe is armed and dangerous...

Deadly Thanksgiving weekend on B.C. roads

Global TV - The Thanksgiving long weekend has been deadly on B.C.’s roads. Separate crashes across the province have left six people dead…

Lockdown of B.C. village partially lifted, but manhunt for gunman continues

The setting is beautiful, but the mood is tense in the small B.C. Kootenay community of Slocan after a heavily armed man allegedly shot at police Thursday then fled into the woods...

Lockdown in Slocan enters third day - some lockdown restrictions have been lifted and residents are being allowed to return

TMTVNEWS.COM -  Tensions are still running high in Slocan, B.C. as police continue an extensive search for a man who allegedly shot at RCMP. However, some lockdown restrictions have been lifted and residents are being allowed in...

RCMP identify suspect who allegedly shot at police in Slocan, B.C.

TMTV FOR CBC TV & GLOBAL TV - An extensive search for a man who allegedly shot at RCMP resumed Friday morning in Slocan, B.C. RCMP also released the name of the suspect: 45-year-old Peter DeGroot, who is known to police. He is still on the loose...

MANHUNT UNDERWAY, CITY IN LOCK DOWN

TMTVNEWS.COM - Mounties in southeastern B.C. say they are looking for a man believed to be armed with multiple firearms around the small city of Slocan in southeast BC...

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Slocan RCMP asking people to stay indoors due to firearm incident

Revelstoke man dies in mobile home fire

Polygamy, child trafficking hearing in Creston, B.C., starts today

Revelstoke dog Ollie shot, police seek suspect

Pharmacists' failure to check drug risks leads to 'horrible' death

Nelson launches latest publicly driven improvement to downtown

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Suspicious fire at the Oriental Sciences Building in Nelson

Panda the bear safely trapped in Revelstoke and will be relocated

Panda the sleeping bear.

CUPE 2262 rejects Labour Relations Board Mediator’s Recommendations to end strike

Thieves make off with tools from local mill

New name and logo for Canadian Avalanche Centre

Cherry crop higher than expected in BC

Curtis Bendig standing for Election to School Board Trustee

Slocan Valley woman seeks to file Fisheries Act charges over fuel spill

JP Auclair was instrumental in making skiers part of the rebel mountain culture

Haunted Trolley Returns – Last Run of the 2014 Season

Take a half-day Financial Bootcamp with biz whiz Krista Mallory

COORDINATOR READY TO DELIVER YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROGRAMS TO BASIN STUDENTS

Nelsons Heritage Fire Hall Holds Open House

Hit and Run damages 5 vehicles, man arrested

Registration Now Open for 2014 Kootenay Lake Summit

Fire ban partially rescinded in Southeast Fire Centre

FortisBC is working to bring natural gas to Revelstoke

Imaginarium exhibition and silent auction open Friday

 

What is that smoke? Crews plan restoration burns this week

East-West Jumbo Pass Hike 2014

 

City creates new revenue stream, while offering helping hand to Villages of Slocan, Silverton and Salmo

BY THE LIGHT OF THE MOON:THE BATS OF THE FLATHEAD RIVER VALLEY

Guilty plea in Grand Forks City Hall arson fire

Fire at Nelson Hotel

Open fires to be allowed within Columbia Fire Zone

Revelstoke Enduro - BC Enduro Series Finale

Kootenay Co-op predicts exciting Annual General Meeting

Co-op Healthy Breakfasts Campaign a Success

REGISTRATION FILLING FAST - COLUMBIA RIVER CONFERENCE

The Kootenay Lake & Columbia River Fishing Report

Cancellation clause kicks in today, on Columbia River Treaty's 50th

Cars broken into and house party disturbs neighborhood

help shape how Columbia Basin Trust supports you

An incredible journey for these two buddies - VIDEO

BODY FOUND IN KOOTENAY LAKE

WANETA EXPANSION PROJECT INJECTS $200 MILLION INTO LOCAL ECONOMY

Province announces Open for Business Awards finalists

Brand new Sunday School and Youth program

Artists and community get creative in the Imaginarium

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