he objectives of the review are to examine forest management practices, environmental and social factors and input from First Nations, forest licensees and the public, to set a new AAC and to identify information to be improved for future timber supply reviews. […]
The results showed that hotels without low-flow fixtures used up to eight times more water than those with low-flow fixtures, and that as much as 2.5 million litres of water could be saved annually by replacing outdated and inefficient toilets with low-flow models in all hotels. […]
The relationship between parents can have a direct impact on children in a family. Lori Wagner at the Robson Valley Support Society is organizing workshops for people whose spouses work away for a week, two weeks, even six weeks straight in places like northern Alberta or BC. […]
The Robson Valley is no stranger to emergency situations, whether it is long term power outages due to wildfires, threats to the water supply due to high rains, or dealing with stranded travelers. It may only be a matter of when, not if, the next one happens. […]
Residents and businesses in Valemount should see some big changes to their water, sewer and tax bills next year. If you have a home based business with employees or clients coming to your home, you may see an even bigger change.
Some families still aren’t aware of the services and resources available at Kinnickinnickers Family Cantre, so Samantha Travers, the new coordinator for the centre decided to hold an open house to coincide with Late Night Shopping in Valemount. […]
In an effort to better keep the community informed the Robson Valley Regional RCMP will be providing weekly press releases to the local papers. The list is not inclusive of all calls of service the local RCMP detachments receive, but provides a cross section of what is happening in the Robson Valley […]