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Special Public Avalanche Warning for BC’s Interior Ranges

Special Public Avalanche Warning for Much of BC’s Interior Ranges Jan 11, 2018, Revelstoke, BC: Avalanche Canada and Parks Canada are issuing a Special Public Avalanche Warning for recreational backcountry users, in effect immediately until the end of day Monday, January 15. The warning applies to the following forecast regions: Lizard Range & Flathead, South […]
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Creston-Kootenay Lake Climate Action Meeting proceedings

Hello to all of you who participated in the Climate Action Meeting in Creston on November 29, and to those who were unable to make it. Happy new year!   Our meeting with you was an excellent one – you shared a great deal of interesting, informed, and exciting thinking on potential climate action in […]
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Full plate event – Creston

To celebrate Canada 150, from Yahk to Riondel, A Full Plate will create the opportunity for agriculture and the arts to come together to celebrate the diverse cultures, geographies, ages and lifestyles of our region. This project will bring full season awareness about how food is produced.   Visit this site: www.fullplate.ca/ for eventsinformation
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Please be prepared for the unpredictability of the winter season.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Please be prepared for the unpredictability of the winter season.      Cranbrook, BC | October 24, 2017 – Everyone needs to prepare for the unpredictability of the winter season.  Please don’t wait until snow arrives.  Whether you’re driving across town, or across the province, it’s important that you and your vehicle are prepared […]
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Join us in the World’s Largest Earthquake Drill!

Next Week: Join us in the World’s Largest Earthquake Drill! Less than one week until British Columbians “Drop, Cover and Hold On” during the ShakeOutBC earthquake drill Oct. 19th at 10:19 a.m. Make sure your participation is counted by registering your family, organization or business at www.shakeoutbc.ca/register. Given the extraordinary fire and flooding seasons British Columbia saw […]
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