Beetles beg attention in Bike Park

February 28, 2020
By Andru McCracken People are impatient for logging to end on 5 Mile Road, a popular toboggan and ski area just a stone’s throw from Valemount. Signs of logging and stacks of wood remain in […]

Valemount unusually vacant

February 27, 2020
By Andru McCracken, Does your rental accomodation suck? Is your roommate a bad-smelling windbag? If so, an unusual number of vacancies in Valemount means it could be a good time for you to move. Jennifer […]

Pipeline yard permitted on 2 conditions

February 27, 2020
By Andru McCracken Council voted in favour of granting Trans Mountain a temporary use permit to establish a contractor yard along Highway 5, south of the Dasol Restaurant with some conditions. According to staff and […]

Postcards from the Leg : MLA Full-Court Press

News and Views
February 26, 2020
By Fran Yanor VICTORIA, BC, Feb. 13, 2020 – Question Period: In a spirited exchange, Prince George Valemount MLA Shirley Bond demanded Premier John Horgan seek an injunction to end the CN rail blockade after […]

Goat Tracks in Victoria

News and Views
February 26, 2020
Hello from Victoria. The legislative session opened with a clatter last week. After several days of peaceful protest and occupation of the legislative front steps by Wet’suwet’en supporters, the grounds suddenly surged with an influx […]


Staving off Cabin Fever

January 28, 2020
By Jean Ann Berkenpas With the mercury dropping down to -40C last week, many families were stuck indoors. My family is one that spends a big part of our day outside, so we were strained [...]


Nuttin’ but knittin’

February 21, 2020
The Valley Museum and Archives in McBride hosted knitting sessions for families on Friday and Saturday February 14 & 15, 2020. Participants created warm take home items using the knitting machine. The Valley Museum and [...]

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