On the morning of April 18, a mudslide 4 kilometres east of Castlegar forced the closure in both directions of Highway 3A in that area. Traffic between the Plamour Junction (Highway 6) and Castlegar has been re-routed through the Pass Creek Road.
Selkirk College is starting an exciting review of our strategic plan and the greater community is invited to play a role in helping shape the future. Together with Rossland-based Thoughtexchange, those who care about post-secondary in the region are being asked to join an interactive online discussion that will provide valuable information.
Selkirk College is set to celebrate Grad 2018 at the Castlegar Campus on April 27 with students, families and friends. As we prepare for the big day, meet Integrated Environmental Planning Program student Chris Black who has been chosen as the Class of 2018's valedictorian.
The Selkirk College Saints enjoyed a highly successful 2017-2018 British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League season with the student-athletes representing the program on and off the ice. The annual year-end banquet shone a spotlight on the best of the best.
On May 28, the Selkirk College Castlegar Campus will host the Talent, Passion, Participation - Employment Conference, bringing together employees, employers and service providers for a day of exploring ways to build a stronger regional workforce.
Contemporary Music & Technology Program students are wrapping up their year at Selkirk College with a celebration of their hard work and determination. Students and instructors will perform together at Spiritbar on April 19 with all proceeds going to the Selkirk Student Food Bank.
Students in Selkirk College's Digital Arts & New Media Program are preparing Mary Hall on Nelson's Tenth Street Campus for a visual celebration to showcase their talents in a variety of disciplines. The annual Year End Show runs April 13 and 14.
It's one of the region's most exciting celebrations of science. The West Kootenay & Boundary Regional Science Fair will feature more than 100 students who have combined passion and knowledge for all to see in a one-day event on the Selkirk College Castlegar Campus.
The annual BC Skills Competition puts students to the test where they match their skills and knowledge to compete with others across the province. Two Selkirk College Welder Foundation Program students flew the flag proudly in Cranbrook and returned to the West Kootenay with medals.
From a residential school on the Blood Reserve in Southern Alberta to the founding director of Harvard University’s Native American Program, Dr. Leroy Little Bear is recognized as one of the continent’s leaders in the advancement and acceptance of Indigenous worldview in education.
When the doors open on RoboGames 2018, youth from around the region will be ready to throw their robot in the ring after weeks of building and training their creation. GLOWS at Selkirk College is hosting the technology-fueled fun and free-spirited annual event on April 28 on the Castlegar Campus.
In a community that inspires creativity, Selkirk College is providing those interested in taking their artistic energy to the next level an opportunity to do so this summer. Selkirk College is presenting the Nelson Summer Art Series which will run between June and August with 13 amazing courses being taught by veterans of their chosen craft.
The Selkirk College Saints hockey team fell short in the quest for a fifth British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League crown, but gave the Trinity Western University Spartans a determined effort in the championship series.
With time ticking on the West Kootenay ski season, first-year students in the Selkirk College Ski Resort Operations & Management Program are celebrating outdoor culture with the annual SROAMazing Race. Open to all fresh air lovers, it promises to be an awesome day at Whitewater Ski Resort.