Locals lend support to Wet’suwet’en

March 13, 2020 The Goat
By Andru McCracken Progress appears to be being made on an indigenous rights and title dispute near Houston, BC that has paralyzed rail networks across the country. Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chief Woos, Scott Fraser, B.C.’s Minister […]

Local Women in Business Sustainability

March 12, 2020 The Goat
By Jenn Meagher Women entrepreneurs are on the rise. As women are often the primary caregivers and do the majority of household shopping, there’s an excellent opportunity for sustainably-minded business models to emerge. Here in […]

Just another day in British Columbia, says Premier

March 10, 2020 The Goat
By Fran Yanor, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter VICTORIA – Premier John Horgan called for calm in the Legislature as Opposition members chastised the government for its handling of Indigenous Relations, including the protesters and blockades […]

McBride’s waste contract makes a stink

March 6, 2020 The Goat
By Andrea Arnold In December of 2019, the Village of McBride began a contract with Horizon North Logistics Inc. agreeing to accept and process sewage transported from the Parsnip pipeline camp past Bear Lake. According […]

Beetles beg attention in Bike Park

February 28, 2020 The Goat
By Andru McCracken People are impatient for logging to end on 5 Mile Road, a popular toboggan and ski area just a stone’s throw from Valemount. Signs of logging and stacks of wood remain in […]
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