Changes to campsite reservations

November 20, 2016 The Goat
by GOAT STAFF Changes are coming to the way people reserve campsites in B.C. Changes to the B.C. Parks Discover Camping Reservation Service for the 2017 season are aiming to improve fair access for everyone […]

In review: Minnie and the Mob

November 20, 2016 The Goat
By ANDRU MCCRAKEN & LAURA KEIL Sharon Stearn’s most recent production Minnie and the Mob was like a pride parade on stage. Loud, proud and a lot of fun to watch. While local Stearns’ yearly […]

Village to address affordable housing

November 19, 2016 The Goat
by EVAN MATTHEWS The Village of Valemount is acknowledging affordable housing as a local issue, and it’s working to fix the problem. An Affordable Housing Committee is being formed by the Village, as it calls […]

Valley vies for SD57 representation

November 18, 2016 The Goat
by EVAN MATTHEWS Though they say there isn’t a problem with the way things are currently done, local municipalities are asking School District 57 (SD57) for change. The administrations of Mackenzie, McBride and Valemount have […]

Let me sock it to ya

November 18, 2016 The Goat
by LOU MAZE RMG humor writer Back when our relationship was new, socks were a source of conflict between my husband and myself. When you tell the single person about these disagreements, they scoff. This […]

Best forest practices?

November 16, 2016 The Goat
I have to wonder about some of the recent letters to the Editor. Seems like people just don’t understand that the trouble we are in stems from past management. Brian Monroe was criticized for bringing […]

Carbon taxes falling, except here

November 16, 2016 The Goat
Forget NAFTA, the Trans-Pacific Partnership and the softwood lumber agreement. The first Canada-US deal has already been shredded in the post-Obama era, but its death has nothing to do with Donald Trump. No, it was […]
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