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After years of apathy among Canada's youngest voters, they've finally woken up and taken to the polls.
Canada’s population continues to age rapidly and is as old as it’s ever been.
From the first moment couples learn they are going to become parents, optimizing nutrition becomes part of their everyday thoughts.
Canal Flats council had some interesting topics to discuss last council. Among them, ATV and Dirt Bike regulations.
Reduce, Reuse and Recycle is taking on a whole new meaning at the Windermere Walmart.
The death of Muhammad Ali was sad for the entire world, not just for sports.
With the recent announcement of the overhaul to the curriculum, brings the excitement of new opportunities to learn in unique environments.
Country music fans and valley residents unite: vote for the town of Kimberley in the “One Horse Town” contest presented by Coors Banquet.
As the weather warms, people from around B will be grabbing their poles and making their way out to the closest stream to fish.
After numerous years with a gendered national anthem, it's finally time for a revision.
Webcams have become the latest way to increase tourism across the Columbia Valley.
Village of Canal Flats and land developer win big in bylaw allowing property owners to place docks in the water.
At the recent District of Invermere council meeting, the problems surrounding CastleRock's lack of fire hydrants were discussed.
Donald Trump has garnered a lot of support south of the border. But could he do this in Canada?
The story of the Fort McMurray fire is absolutely horrific. But it gets better.
As the NHL advances through the annual Stanley Cup playoffs, Mike Vernon remembers his days winning the Cup.
Local politicians and community leaders gathered in Kimberley at the end of April for the annual AKBLG Conference.
Columbia Valley Rockies forward Nick Hoobonoff commits to the Nipawin Hawks of the SJHL.
B.C's lowest earners received good news as the provincial government announced they are increasing the province’s minimum wage.
Businesses from around the Columbia Valley joined the nation-wide efforts to support victims of the Fort McMurray fire.