Letters: What the numbers really tell us

When I look at Tuesday’s balanced federal budget, I couldn’t help but be a little cynical

Free income tax assistance offered

The Community Volunteer Income Tax Program (CVITP) is now available at the Invermere Public Library.

Steamboat Fest launch party

The Steamboat Mountain Music Society is hosting a launch party to start the buzz for Edgewater’s Steamboat Mountain Music Fest

Dr. Smith: Understanding self-harm

Why is my child doing this? What is going on with youth.

Regional Rundown: A review of Radium’s current Public Works projects

Less glamorous but fundamental to the running of our Village, are the Public Works projects which are occurring right now

The Rotary Report: Rotary gives a helping hand to those needing wheelchairs

Rotarians try to make our communities throughout the world a better place.

Letters: Calling for Climate Justice No. 1

Can you imagine a future where the Arctic has warmed by 14 C? The east and west coasts have warmed by 4 C?

Letters: Musician misses the Columbia Valley

Our family enjoyed some fifteen years coming out to Fairmont, shopping in Invermere, just loved that special part of British Columbia.

Letters: Calling for Climate Justice No. 2

People were asking for meaningful action and government leadership on climate change.

College of the Rockies’ Entrance Award deadline approaching

Over $50,000 in entrance awards are available to first-year students entering full-time programs at College of the Rockies.

Early spring weather brings out ticks carrying disease

The change in weather also brings out ticks — small bugs that feed on the blood of humans and animals and can sometimes transmit disease.

Ainsworth Hot Springs Resort sold to Lower Kootenay Band

a popular Kootenay Lake tourist destination, is being purchased by the Lower Kootenay Indian Band

Strong turnout to initial Toby Benches OCP meeting

The introductory meeting provided participants with an overview of OCPs

Federal Election: Ottawa’s anti-terrorism bill misses the mark

Canadians should be deeply concerned about Bill C-51, the federal government’s new anti-terrorism bill

Federal Election: Stetski starts campaign in Kootenay-Columbia

Kootenay Columbia NDP members welcomed a full house of supporters who signed up to participate in the upcoming election campaign

Letters: Worried about C-51? You’re probably a terrorist

As Canadians become aware of its intent, opposition to Stephen Harper’s odious Secret Police Act (Bill C-51) is growing rapidly.

Letters: Misguided MP is mistaken about Bill C-51

Changes to laws affecting our constitutional rights are not the same as enforcing the law.

Letters: Time for a new Canadian leader

A country’s leader is one who inspires, who brings people together and who celebrates the diversity in a country like Canada.

Letters: In defense of Bill C-51

Horrifically, as we have seen in Canada, the international jihadist movement has declared war on us.

Son of CMH founder killed in avalanche near Rogers Pass

Ski guide Robson Gmoser is dead following an avalanche on Tuesday, March 10th.