The Goat newspaper has been honoured as the 3rd place winner of General Excellence and 3rd place in Best Front Page in our circulation category (up to 1240) in Canada’s national newspaper competition.
Wendy and Gary Lowe live off the land- including the old telegraph wire they keep unearthing around their property.
A new local initiative from Crime Stoppers will let you fingerprint your kids for free – and hopefully it’s a souvenir you never have to use.
Five years ago Norm Goodell cut down trees he wasn’t supposed to. It was a mistake a hundred years in the making.
Local photographer Bob Hoskins was delighted to capture a group of trumpeter swans sharing the wildlife sanctuary with their more familiar relatives.
Terrorism is theater, it is the mechanism used to promote national policies which would otherwise be so unpopular they would be rejected.
Continuing the Community to Community forums started in 2013, members of Valemount Council met with members of the Simpcw First Nation last month.
A video which appeared briefly on social media networks has prompted questions about how Parks Canada delegates human-wildlife conflict responsibilities.
There’s an upturned couch, covered in moss, sitting in the trees along the edge of the Swift Creek Trail, but someone has recently added new garbage – about five boxes of fresh meat bones.
The Community Initiative Program is a positive force in the community, but too much money is spent each year without a larger plan and so too, without larger results.
“I come running over and that’s when I saw Calvin and Tina and it looked like they’d been blown out of the trailer. The whole side was gone,” said neighbor Kevin Spencer.
Almost 200 local residents attended the informal meeting with proponents and investors of the Valemount Glacier Destinations Resort project and the Valemount Ski Society on March 20th at the Community Hall.