Fairmont COTR representative attends Ottawa college conference

Fairmont Hot Springs resident Wilda Schab attended Ottawa conference

MLA candidates discuss dealing with the fentanyl crisis

With fentanyl being a predominate issues in B.C. MLA candidates discuss how to deal with the crisis.

Columbia River-Revelstoke candidates weight in on latest poll results

MLA candidates offer comment on the latest poll results

Province seeks feedback on health care assistant registry

Ministry of Health plans changes for health care assistant registry

F-35A to debut in Canada at Abbotsford International Airshow

See the F-35A on display at Abbotsford International Airshow – August 12-14, 2016.

Abbotsford Airshow: Heroes of the Skies

The Abbotsford International Airshow takes place Aug. 12-14 and includes US Navy Super Hornets and the Breitling Jet Team

Trail Makers gearing up for hiking season

The directors of the Summit Trail Makers Society have been meeting regularly during the winter, readying for another positive hiking season.

France revisited: the life lessons of an Invermere student exchange

Local David Thompson Secondary Student returns from France where she had been on exchange with list of life lessons.

Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy ‘postcard’ day at Winter Celebration

third annual Winter Celebration was an opportunity to spend time outside with the local community.

Snowplow safety

Winter is here so we’re reminding everyone to please drive safely especially when approaching a highway maintenance vehicle.

Leave some days of the year alone!

With Black Friday ending, followed by the impending Christmas season, I begin to worry about my days.

ELECTION 2015: Liberal Don Johnston: ‘Line up, pot’s legal!’

Kootenay-Columbia Liberal candidate spends evening with supporters in the Hume Hotel in Nelson, praises Justin Trudeau’s leadership.

ELECTION 2015: NDP win Kootenay-Columbia riding

A close race between NDP candidate Wayne Stetski and Conservative incumbent David Wilks saw Stetski win in the wee hours of the morning.

Avoid spreading invasive weeds in the backcountry

In order to preserve the important characteristics of our backcountry ecosystems, users should be aware of weed contamination

Letters: Divided left must unite

Harpers’ Conservative Party of Canada marches on to war, championing Jerusalem, fabled site of the rumored-to-be-imminent “Armageddon,”

Love your library

Fall is a busy season for the Friends of the Invermere Library.


For the Show & Shine weekend, Harley the pug was one of the stars of the show

Letters: Refugee system must be restored

Canada’s refugee sponsorship program has been decimated by the Conservative government.

Rockies’ Second Annual Golf Tournament Goes Ahead

The Second Annual Golf Tournament for the Rockies is slated to return on Sunday, Sept. 20th.

Letters: Celebrate BC Farmers Appreciation Week with ‘Ode To A Farmer’ poetry contest

BCAFM is inviting British Columbians to submit their original poems to honour our local farmers.