Up to 16 West Kootenay residents are receiving the training they need at Selkirk College for jobs in their communities.
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Road safety survival kits save lives. Here’s how you should stock yours.by Kyle Born
Electric vehicles (EV) are quickly becoming an affordable and reliable option for drivers and represent a significant opportunity to reduce local greenhouse gas
The difficult geography, challenging mountainous terrain and low-ceiling weather conditions have often plagued the airport's year-round accessibility.
The Elk Valley Teck coal mines use magnetite in the coal-washing process.
Free, public Wi-Fi will also soon be installed at select rest areas throughout the province, thanks to a partnership between the Province, TELUS and ICBC.
Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure will continue to do further work on the community’s preferred option, which is to retain the terminal at Balfour.
Shifting to electric cars is needed in the Kootenays as our current transportation accounts for 60 per cent of our total greenhouse gas emissionsby Virginia Rasch
“The first of these new avalanche mitigation systems will be in operation this winter," said Todd Stone, Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure.
Speers Construction was determined to provide the best proposal for acceptance by the City.
Commencing July 1, 2017, current president and chief operating officer Keith Creel will become CP Rail president and CEO.
Once constructed, the bridge will span almost 1000 feet across the Columbia River, from downtown Trail to East Trail.
Galena Contractor’s Ltd. strives to better the community through its projects with sustainable development focused on maintaining the environment.by Nowell Berg
The group is seeking funding from the Alberta Community Partnership Inter-Municipal Collaboration Grant for a feasibility study.
A recent open house brought out a variety of viewpoints and some concerns over the possible plans.
Wajax will represent the EVO-MT® systems in Eastern and Central Canada, and Northern British Columbia; Cullen Diesel Power will service Southern B.C.
The City of Castlegar is undertaking a survey to better understand the air passenger market in the West Kootenay.
In May of this year Air Canada’s first female pilot, Judy Cameron, retired.
Local customers, local expansion and local presence will define the future of the new Ford facilities.by Jillian Clark
The improvements to Creston's Pine Street-Railway Boulevard intersection with Highway 3 are nearing completion.
"We can invite the world, we can get any where in the world.” Tristen Chernove, airport manager.by Nowell Berg
Working to make the West Kootenay Regional Airport more accessible even during inclement weather.by Nowell Berg