Remembering stolen sisters

News and Views
October 14, 2019
By Andru McCracken Who speaks for the missing and murdered women along the Highway of Tears? Who remembers them? A sombre REDress procession from the Visitor Information Centre down 5th Avenue to the United Anglican […]

It takes a village to save a bear – or kill one

Hiking in the valley
October 12, 2019
By Andrea Arnold For residents in McBride, seeing a bear or two around town each spring and fall has become a regular thing. So regular that some people seem to have become complacent. When a […]

2019 Winter Vehicle Safety & Maintenance

News and Views
October 11, 2019
By Cpl Jacob JOSLIN, Valemount RCMP Robson Valley first responders headed to the Tete Jaune Cache area on October 1st to spread the word on “Shift into Winter.”  The annual road safety campaign aims to […]

Six days off the grid and a small time anomaly

News and Views
October 10, 2019
By Andru McCracken If not for a brief outage Thursday night, residents may not have noticed that communities from Albreda to Dome Creek were running completely separate from the provincial power grid. But McBride resident […]


Roundtable aimed at kickstarting rural artists

October 4, 2019
By Laura Keil A dance company with a global mission is bringing an artist roundtable to Valemount Oct 5th to share knowledge to ultimately inspire more rural art. SQxDance is a Kootenay-based dance company that [...]

A climate crisis: Stop feeling guilty

October 9, 2019
By Andru McCracken When we talk about the climate crisis we need to acknowledge feelings. A piece of the puzzle that I have ignored until now is guilt, but watching Greta Thunberg excoriate leaders at […]

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