Improved navigation, an interactive map and addition of street-front imagery of some properties are among the new features.
Over the years as orders got bigger, Sharronrose Shalla and Shawn Pelletier have worked out a system to keep the sauce hot, the vegetarian and non-mushroom batches separate, cook the pasta and get the orders out in about two hours.
Paragliding record-setters Will Gadd and Gavin McClurg have been named Adventurers of the Year 2015 by National Geographic Magazine after their epic paragliding journey from McBride, B.C. to the U.S. border this summer.
Spirit’s submission came from Prince George resident Isabel Stratton, a 13-year old Duchess Park Secondary student. As part of her submission, she submitted an original art piece and Spirit’s origin story, which featured Spirit as an adventurous youth who gets a nasty cold, forcing him to see a doctor and learning about the importance of health.
An endoscope is a long flexible tube, equipped with lighting and a camera, used to help diagnose and treat diseases of the gastrointestinal tract.
On January 31, CBAL and the Library will also be celebrating family literacy at the Library. From 11:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m., a Chess Tournament will be held downstairs with regular sets and the new giant chess set.
Two projects in Valemount are receiving almost $90,000 from the National Recreational Trail Program.
Councillor Sharon Reichert has been spearheading the project to have meetings video-recorded and uploaded to the internet.
The Village of Valemount is re-writing their zoning bylaw to exclude religious assembly from C1 zoning (central commercial zoning).
Visits to the Valemount Visitor Information Centre were up by 20 per cent in 2014 over the previous year. That’s not the only figure that increased.
About 25 people from Valemount, Tete Jaune, Dunster and McBride met at the Golden Years Lodge on Monday, Jan. 12th to help design a new pilot project for rural areas.
High school mountain biker Darian Griffin has finished third in the 2015 Nevada State Championships Downhill.
The McBride and District Chamber of Commerce together with the Village of McBride and the Regional District of Fraser-Fort George are putting together a package to promote the region.
Rural communities and highways in B.C. benefitted from expansion in connectivity in 2014, including 12.5 km of connectivity between McBride and Tête Jaune Cache.