A sports-packed weekend

February 17, 2020 The Goat
By ANDREA ARNOLD This past weekend was filled with places to go and things to see around McBride. The annual ladies’ bonspiel, along with tournaments hosted by both the Oldtimers Hockey club and the McBride […]

Blue River reels with access woes

February 17, 2020 The Goat
By Andru McCracken Unexpected logging is disrupting snowmobiling at Finn Creek, the main snowmobiling area in Blue River, BC and the local sled club says its impact eclipses that of managing endangered mountain caribou and […]

Frustrated with Trans Mountain

February 16, 2020 The Goat
Trans Mountain Pipeline has an interesting approach to business. As stated by their agent, Daryl Goruk, they “do not make changes to their agreements,” which presents a challenge as I was brought up to never […]

Grateful for story contest

February 15, 2020 The Goat
Dear Editor, Thank you to Andru and the Rocky Mountain Goat staff for honouring me and my story with first place. The presentation of the story was awesome. Thanks again for the contest and the […]

US Election: Not Another Corbyn

February 14, 2020 The Goat
By Gwynne Dyer, On Wednesday the US Senate acquitted President Donald Trump of both charges in his impeachment trial on a straight partisan vote, with only two members of the 53-strong Republican majority even voting […]

Your 2020 Sustainability Guide

February 14, 2020 The Goat
By Jenn Meagher We know it’s time to improve our environmental habits. Reject straws, bring reusable bags, and LED lightbulbs are some of the messages routinely shoved down our throats. In a world of conflicting […]

Bus service renewed but gaps remain

February 12, 2020 The Goat
By Andru McCracken The Province’s answer to Greyhound’s departure from Western Canada has been renewed until March 31, 2021. However the service offers nothing for Robson Valley residents wishing to travel to Kamloops, or across […]
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