KAMLOOPS — It’s focused on 100 per cent sobriety, and will give men in our community overcoming drug and alcohol addiction, a safe place to rebuild their lives. Historically, ‘The Blue House’ – a heritage building located downtown, was a transitional house but it hasn’t been in operation for the past few years. On June 1, the home will once again open its doors, as the only men’s recovery house in Kamloops, providing an abstinence-based environment. Read …
Anastasia Silina started out as a nervous first-year student who was determined to speak English constantly to improve her skills. Now, she’s rehearsing her valedictorian speech and representing the Faculty of Adventure, Culinary Arts and Tourism at the June 7 convocation ceremony. A passion for travel brought Silina from her hometown of Khabarovsk, Russia, to TRU, where she completed a Bachelor of Tourism Management. Silina said tourism piqued her interest because it’s not a typical …
It’s good news for the honey bees and beekeepers of British Columbia, with the addition of two new bee inspectors hired to join the Province’s apiculture inspection team.
People in communities throughout British Columbia can look forward to improved environmental infrastructure, thanks to a $243-million partnership between the federal and provincial governments.
The British Columbia government is reminding everyone that it is illegal to build trails on Crown land without prior authorization.
The B.C. government is launching a new primary health-care strategy to deliver faster and improved access to health care for British Columbians in all parts of the province, Premier John Horgan has announced.
Indigenous children under six, and their families, will benefit from a $30-million expansion of Aboriginal Head Start (AHS) programs that provide culturally based inclusive child care and early learning, family bonding and prevention services.
Students and families in Smithers can look forward to learning in a brand new elementary school, announced Rob Fleming, Minister of Education.