By Laura Keil How many times does a dollar change hands before it leaves the community? Simon Fraser University grad student Tim Kelly is trying to find out so that local economies such as Dunster, […]
By Radka Zitkova Valemount, McBride, Fraser Lake, Prince George and now Midway. Five towns across B.C. are on a diet – or rather a lifestyle – started by Valemount doctor Stefan du Toit. John Fair […]
Just 30 minutes southwest of Jasper town site lies a climbers paradise. Located near Leech Lake, this crag was discovered by Jasper locals in the summer of 1994. The immaculate quartzite of “The lost boys” […]
Valemount’s public library has gained a new and progressive addition. It’s called a Kobo E-Reader. While some still enjoy the satisfaction of turning yet another conquered page, these devices take away the bulk of having […]
For Sale…. Regulation size ping-pong table, 1 year old, excellent condition. Asking $100 OBO. Call 250-566-9080.
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It looks like an ordinary tomato plant except for one thing: the “Rocket” comes from a heritage seed – increasingly rare and precious to keep. Pete Amyoony’s greenhouse is full of these antiques such as […]
After a year-long struggle to keep their school open, residents in Dunster say classes won’t be there next year. The school district promised to provide a teacher to the community-owned school on the condition they […]