The Trust increases recreation opportunities with $484,000 for 29 trail projects
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College of the Rockies and CMH Heli-Skiing & Summer Adventures release research results on best practices for tree-well rescues
The total budget is $6,586,460 which includes new approvals for just over $2.4 million in capital expenditures and $3.2 million for unfinished capital projects.
A new ambulatory care area and expanded pharmacy at Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital (KBRH) have been approved by the provincial government.
Students will network with leading global health experts
The Multi-Sport Indoor Facility will provide increased opportunities for physical activity in the community and help develop local athletes.
Marnie Kramer’s research aimed at improving nursing regulatory exam outcomes
The 2019 Pantone Color of the Year has been announced. Here’s how you can make the most of it in your interior and online design.by Zoë Dupley
CFC’s integrated service delivery better supports client needs, helps decrease social isolation, and diverts clients from congested health care system
Annual community clinic to take place at Tamarack Centre November 22
Over the past five years, the partnership has saved the lives of 62,000 children in India.
Majority of current class hopes to work in region after graduation
BC Association of Farmers’ Markets new online tool connects people to farmers’ markets
The new Kimberley Family Dental Clinic utilizes the latest in dental technology and incorporates the best of the mountain lifestyle of Kimberley.
The Fullfill Market in Kimberley was inspired by the zero waste movement
Stoke Cold Pressed Juice has been a regular supplier to Circle Health Food & Café and owner Jill Bentley see this as a natural gateway to expand their business
Grace Brulotte, president and program manager for FIRE: Fernie Adaptive Snow Program, is inspiring Fernie, B.C., with bright smiles and remarkable perseveranceby Kyle Born
The new owners plan to expand the schedule and offer a variety of classes like Spin, Tabata, Bootcamps and Functional Training.
Frontline health care workers are in high demand in our region and Selkirk College’s Health Care Assistant (HCA) Program is training to fill that gap.