Columbia Lake tower site successfully treated for invasive weeds

Invasive plants are a threat to our environment, economy, and social aspects, but we need to work collaboratively

Letters: Wait for WINDOWS 10

advise everyone to wait a while before trying to install it.

Letters: Senate scandal a sorry state of affairs

The emails emerging from evidence at former Conservative Senator Mike Duffy’s criminal trial in Ottawa send a chill down the spine.

Back-to-school anxiety?

students heading back to school in September, BC Children’s Hospital is sharing tips on how to help children deal with anxiety and stress.

Beneath the Surface: A bug’s life: Windermere Creek

If you’ve noticed folks sporting waders and meter sticks, you’ve likely caught a glimpse of CABIN at work.

Letters: Life jackets are life savers

make the public aware that there is a huge difference between a PFD (personal flotation device) and a life jacket.

Innovative early learning at Little Badgers

Little Badgers has been in operation for eight years. This very successful preschool program was started by the Akisqnuk First Nation

Letters: Watchful eye on Jumbo Glacier Resort

what’s been brewing while we took a little breather

Premier Clark shuffles cabinet

BC Liberal backbencher Mike Bernier is B.C.’s new Education Minister

International Destination

For the third year in a row, the College of the Rockies was ranked by international students as number one in Canada


SunMine is B.C.’s first grid-connected solar facility, the first re-development of a former mine site into a solar facility in Canada

Regional Rundown: SunMine means bright future for Kimberley

The City of Kimberley is pleased to announce that SunMine is commercially operational.

Letters: Recognize the LNG potential

The potential to Canada and British Columbia of LNG development is far too great to be a politically partisan issue.

Promises made, promises kept: B.C.’s debt

I have shared with you some success stories and I have appreciated both the positive and the constructive criticism I have received.

Letters: Childcare musings

Why should I pay to raise somebody else’s children?

Finalists selected for B.C. Amateur Photographer of the Year

Seventy photographers will compete at this year's Abbotsford International Airshow

Letters: Fight unemployment with firefighers

We have an unemployment rate in B.C. of 6.8 per cent. Why in the world are we importing firefighters

The Early Bird Gets the Books

Local book lovers have Saturday, July 11 circled on their calendars – the date of the eighth annual Big Book Sale

Wilmer park future discussed

Twenty people turned out to a community meeting to discuss their vision for the future of Selkirk Park.

Letter: The next Jumbo installment

The Jumbo Wild public is elated thinking Mary’s announcement means Jumbo will be wild forever.