The first phase of a plan to build more than 23 kilometers of new mountain bike trails on McBride Mountain, just three kilometers from McBride, has received approval from the province.
It has been damaged for quite some time, but it looks like VIA Rail will be replacing the bent sign at the Valemount stop. All it took was one complaint to VIA Rail.
A young woman comes home to Valemountia for her grandmother’s funeral, and feels the push and pull of the community she escaped, only to find it calling her back again with a new pioneering spirit.
Liquor stores may set up inside grocery stores under a “store-within-a-store” model as is currently allowed in some other provinces.
Manning the grill for the Terry Fox run was Hawk Loewen and Cole Milligan. Hard working and determined, Emily Crichton made it all the way even on crutches.
The Yellowhead Outdoor Recreation Association would like to encourage everyone to drive up the newly completed “Five Mile Road” which continues off of Hillside drive, to the top of the prominent knoll overlooking Valemount to the East.
A group of eight Live Different team members will be stopping in McBride on Oct. 27th. Shaw says this year’s theme is Courage to Connect. They want to help other kids discover and embrace their ability to overcome negative mindsets and pressures, connect in meaningful ways, and care ethically for those around them.
Jean and Alex Osadchuck have been storing and giving away many pumpkins this season, but have saved one really big one, along with some extra large mushrooms.
The parking lot was not well used last year, but a staff report to Council at the Oct. 14th meeting said conversations with hotel owners in the vicinity indicated a low rate of staff training on directing clients to the parking lot.
Everyone wants to have a sense of home, a place where they can be involved and where getting to know neighbors is a blessing, not something to be avoided.
“The Farm” in Dunster is one of the buildings nominated for the best building in northern BC in a contest by the Architecture Foundation of BC.
We are never doing anything ourselves, we are always relying, or building on, what was done by those who came before us.
On the family’s east-facing porch, what was left of the 202 pumpkins grown in the adjacent gardens were displayed – simply put, the largest and most successful crop ever produced here, along with countless gourds grown on site this year.