The Selkirk College Saints hockey team prepare to start the second semester of play with three new additions to the line-up that will help make an already strong team even that much more equipped to challenge for a league championship this coming March.
Selkirk College Contemporary Music & Technology Program faculty member Don Macdonald has been busy in the studio over the last few months and the result is a new collection of choral music that brings two beautiful voices together to create a full choir experience.
The Selkirk College School of Academic Upgrading & Development provides learners with the opportunity to succeed in a welcoming environment where overcoming challenges is made possible. Students of all ages rely on the program to complete high school requirements and use it as a jumping off point for further academic goals.
Autism touches many people and families. With this comes an increasing need for awareness and understanding of practical resources and approaches for supporting situations in many contexts—schools, homes, community.
The history of post-secondary education in the West Kootenay and Boundary region runs deep with pioneers who helped make today's opportunities possible a vital component to its success. This is the story of one of the valued contributors.
As Selkirk College strives for sustainability, members of the Selkirk College Sustainability Committee and the Environment Club recently sorted through garbage and recycling bins on campus to determine how students and employees could be doing a better job at waste reduction.
Contemporary Music & Technology Program students are wrapping up their semester at Selkirk College with a celebration for a great cause. Student and instructors will perform together at Spiritbar on December 14 with all proceeds going to the Nelson Food Bank.
With the first half of the British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League season now in the books, the Selkirk College Saints are the established team to beat as the student athletes take a break from the action that will resume in the second week of January.
Students in the Selkirk College Contemporary Music & Technology Program have been presented with a new cultural opportunity courtesy of a partnership with the Edna Manley College of Visual & Performing Arts in Jamaica.
A new winter recreation amenity will soon be available in the region when the Blewett Conservation Society's outdoor rink project is completed. Getting an assist on the project is the Selkirk College Carpentry Foundation Program students who have been putting together the pieces in the Silver King Campus shop and will spearhead the installation of the boards.
It was another stellar evening at Mary Hall in Nelson at Selkirk College Gala 2017 which brought the community together for an elegant and entertaining evening courtesy of the budding talent in a number of programs.
With the Silver King Campus renewal project finishing up the shop renovation phase, students and instructors are setting into a new learning environment that helps learners reach their trades training goals.
It's one of the most anticipated events of the year at Selkirk College with a fantastic night of food, service and music presented by talented students in several Nelson-based programs. Gala 2017 will once again feature an eclectic mix of music from this year's second-year Contemporary Music & Technology Program cohort.
The issues surrounding opioid abuse in British Columbia are compounding and the West Kootenay is not immune from the trauma it inflicts on communities. To help combat the crisis, Nelson's Fentanyl Task Force is holding an educational event on November 22 where the public is invited to get more information and ask questions.