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Interior Health is at it again — this time with a focus on lab services.
The SunMine project in Kimberley is putting Invermere’s neighbour to the south on the map as a leader in Canadian solar technology.
No one is going to argue with Canadians keeping more of their hard-earned tax dollars, but economists aren’t convinced
Reaching consensus about LNG in B.C. seems a long way off if the first day of the Legislature’s special summer session is any indication.
The medical marijuana debate just got a lot closer to home.
To help fundraise for the ALS Society of BC, golf professionals across the province golf from sunrise to sunset.
A bureaucratic battle that’s become as familiar to locals and regulars has reached a conclusion — of sorts.
Village residents need to reconsider their opposition towards the proposed RV Resort
Those of us following the federal election have been patiently waiting for the Liberals to declare a candidate
On Tuesday, April 21st, the Conservative government released its federal budget and Kootenay Columbia MP David Wilks is pleased
no surprise that the federal government is veering away from privatization talk
David Thompson Secondary School Leadership class takes over their school on Earth Day
given up my lazy Saturday morning sleep in and meet a group of eager birdwatchers at Ritchies Point parking lot along Westside Road
underestimated readers’ committment to conservation and sustainability.
Columbia Basin Trust announced its new Board of Directors, includes three individuals very well-known in the Columbia Valley.
food security and local food sustainability come up as people look to assert some control over their lives in a very unpredictable world.
The Lake Windermere Ambassadors have been calling for action to prevent the spread of invasive mussels in local waters
As of April 1st, 100 per cent of revenue generated from B.C. fishing licences is going to the Freshwater Fisheries Society of BC
Despite being declared a world epidemic by the World Health Organization, Lyme disease has continued to be an enigma of an illness in Canada
After so many years of complaints, Invermere council has decided to proceed with some water testing