“They want me to work and produce, like being a slave, until I am dead and never be able to retire,” says Vernon Pawloske. “Or they want to force me to turn my property over to others – stealing my land from me. Or if not that, then bill my land taxes excessively higher, and that is like robbery.”
Commerce Resources has announced it will start an extensive drilling project at its Ashram rare earth deposit in Northern Quebec. They have also been exploring a deposit of Tantalum-Nobium (two rare earth elements) in the Upper Fir area, just north of Blue River.
At their inaugural meeting on Dec. 1st, McBride’s new Mayor and Councillors appointed themselves as interim directors of the McBride Community Forest Corporation. The corporation is wholly owned by the Village.
Thirty-two people turned up for the McBride and District Chamber of Commerce’s AGM on Jan. 28th at the E-Free Church in McBride, with more members paid up but not in attendance.
Fats, oils and grease can build up in your pipes and in Village sewer pipes, which can cause odours, clogged pipes, reduced plumbing flow, and even sewer back-ups. Over $33,000 was spent last year alone on cleaning FOG out of Valemount’s sewer system.
We have a lot of good ideas, and a lot of good intentions here in the Robson Valley. But sometimes, ideas are not enough.
When was the last time someone died in BC because of ammonia? Lou Roussinos says we should look at it from another perspective.
“How many people do you want to kill before you do something?”
A photo exhibit highlighting the Ancient Forest’s importance, research potential, and awe-inspiring beauty is on display at the Rotunda Gallery located in the atrium of the Research Laboratory building at UNBC. The display includes information on the push to make the Ancient Forest a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Valemount Community Church will be able to stay on 5th Avenue in Valemount, at least for three more years.
Team BC will be the host province when the 2015 Canada Winter Games open in Prince George on February 13. 249 athletes, 49 coaches, 27 managers and 23 mission staff make up Team BC and they will compete against the best in the country in 19 sports.