Ministry of Forests articles over last 30 days

- articles last 30 days - articles per day
Mentioned in this news Places Companies People
2015/02/26 21:29
2015/02/26 21:29
3d
District energy system a go City economic development manager Pat Deakin’s district energy plan to heat city buildings, some apartments and West Coast General Hospital with heat generated from wood...
Guy Cicon
MENTIONED
2015/02/26 21:29
2015/02/26 21:29
Latest videos
2015/02/24 21:56
2015/02/24 21:56
5d
There may be many unanswered questions about the declining fish stocks in Kootenay Lake, but one thing is certain: residents are alarmed about it. About 300 people packed the Balfour Hall on Monday...
2015/02/19 18:21
2015/02/19 18:21
10d
The Cariboo Regional District board met Wednesday, Feb. 18, and provided the following highlights. Healthy Communities update Kimberly Vance-Lundsbye, Healthy Communities Grant Researcher, Mark...
2015/02/19 17:23
2015/02/19 17:23
10d
Many areas of the Cariboo Region have experienced significantly wetter conditions than normal resulting in higher reservoir water levels, said the Ministry of Forests Thursday. "Although it is still...
2015/02/19 00:56
2015/02/19 00:56
11d
Balfour businessman Randy Zelonka routinely keeps a close eye on Kootenay Lake’s fishery, and not just because he’s a long-time fishing enthusiast — he’s built his whole life around it. As owner of...
2015/02/18 01:19
2015/02/18 01:19
12d
The mood went from sombre to celebratory as members of the Grist Mill Foundation learned the heritage site will run under current management for at least a year or possibly 10. After months of...
the HERITAGE
MENTIONED
2015/02/17 22:23
2015/02/17 22:23
12d
Campbell River environmentalist Leona Adams is raising the alarm over new fish farm regulations that are being proposed by Fisheries and Oceans Canada. Adams wrote in a letter to council that the new...
2015/02/17 19:23
2015/02/17 19:23
12d
Gravel removal by Seabird Island First Nation was approved by both provincial and federal bodies earlier this month. A Land Act tenure was offered and Water Act approval was issued by the Ministry of...
2015/02/17 19:00
2015/02/17 19:00
12d
Organizers of an ice fishing community event held at Beaver Lake earlier this month were extremely happy with the turnout. The free introductory get-together attracted 125 participants, even after it...
2015/02/11 17:22
2015/02/11 17:22
18d
The B.C. government has adjusted its plan to give guide outfitters and their non-resident clients a greater share of big-game hunting permits, after protests from resident hunters around the...
2015/02/06 20:56
2015/02/06 20:56
23d
The number of conservation officers in the Nelson area has doubled. In October, the Conservation Officer Service hired Nathan Smienk as the second conservation officer serving out of the Nelson...
2015/02/06 09:34
2015/02/06 09:34
24d
Plans for a private shooting range are on target with Lumby politicians. Council has agreed to write a letter of support for Michael O’Rourke, who wants to build a range at the five-kilometre mark on...
2015/02/05 22:21
2015/02/05 22:21
24d
While Oak Bay Mayor Nils Jensen reiterates “health and safety” concerns over deer overpopulation in the community, the B.C. SPCA reiterated its concerns over the cull project with a public...
2015/02/05 18:38
2015/02/05 18:38
24d
Mild conditions have forced organizers of an ice fishing event to head for the hills. The drop-in Learn to Fish program was scheduled for Vernon’s Swan Lake Saturday, but it has now been moved to...
2015/01/30 02:20
2015/01/30 02:20
1m
With a permit in hand, Oak Bay is prepared to embark on an urban deer cull. Staff confirmed the district received a permit Tuesday from Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations to...
2015/01/30 01:19
2015/01/30 01:19
1m
A highly infectious disease affecting California bighorn sheep has now been found as far north as the Penticton Indian Reserve. Psoroptes, or sheep mange, is caused by a mite which lives on the...
2015/01/29 10:57
2015/01/29 10:57
m
Re: Wolf cull commenced, January 21 David Reid, executive director of the West Kootenay Eco-Society admits, “The caribou situation is ‘really challenging.’” He is quite right and nobody (pet owners...
2015/02/26 21:29
2015/02/26 21:29
Latest from Twitter