Valemount Glacier Destination’s (VGD) open house on Thursday will be an opportunity for informal feedback and as well as provide an update on the progress of the project.
A Valemount Councillor’s request for reimbursement of legal fees has been denied, but the mayor says she is not satisfied.
“If you love rock paper scissors it’s depressing,” said Oliver Schulte, who teaches computer science at Simon Fraser. “Strategizing is pointless.”
The recommendations from Valemount’s organizational review were all about Council and the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) Anne Yanciw, but for some attending the Council meeting and listening to the presentation of the report last week, it was all about Yanciw.
Four communities in the Robson Valley have now joined the Better At Home program thanks to $49,500 in funding from the B.C. government.
The loader appeared to have been used in the theft of a spool of copper wire from the CN Rail yard which was estimated to be valued at $35,000.
The McBride Community Forest Corporation is only going to break even in 2015. And questions about who should sit on the corporation’s board, and whether they should be appointed or elected, remain unresolved.
Nancy Taylor, Pete Amyooney and Vernon Pawloske enjoy one of the raised beds in the Open Gate Garden, after a hard day of planting potatoes.
Photographers keen to immortalize McBride’s 2015 Pioneer Days were spoiled for choice, with parading jalopies, jockeys, able sportspersons and gleeful locals galore thronging the streets.