Can we laugh through this?

August 24, 2019 The Goat
By Andru McCracken I overheard an interview with Grace Dillon about Indigenous Futurism. Dillon, a professor from Portland State University, coined the phrase for the act of imagining First Nations in the future. The interview […]

Changing goal posts irk developer

August 23, 2019 The Goat
By Andru McCracken At last week’s council meeting, Dale Stephens, one of the proponents of Robson Valley Legacies, a proposed seniors complex in McBride, said that passing Bylaw 788 as presented in council’s agenda would […]

Railway blocks ranch access

August 21, 2019 Arthur Tanga
By Andru McCracken When CN Rail parks a train on its siding across John Peterson’s property in Dunster it means he and his grandson don’t have access to their cattle. “It’s a farm crossing, so […]

Robson River claims two lives

August 20, 2019 Arthur Tanga
By Andru McCracken On Friday, August 9th, a 53-year-old Chinese citizen was walking along the lower section of the Berg Lake Trail when he slipped and fell into the Robson River according to RCMP. It […]

An enduring win for a privateer

August 18, 2019 Arthur Tanga
By Andru McCracken Former Valemount resident Angie McKirdy placed 2nd in the Trans BC Enduro race that took place from July 8th to the 13th. One of the hardest enduro races in the world (according […]
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