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Goodbye Jumbo; hello Qat’muk

Kootenay Crust By Ian Cobb Op-Ed Commentary I watched a moving and historical ceremony yesterday in the Ktunaxa Nation gymnasium. It was the culmination of…

Sparwood Council Facts

The following is a synopsis of what occurred during the Dec. 5 District of Sparwood council meeting. Delegation Canadian Pacific Railway – Licence of Occupation…

I love Jumbo wild: Arnor Larson

By Robyn Duncan Arnor Larson is the kind of man you take seriously. And you should. His years of mountain guiding, extreme attention to detail…

3 facts you need to know

About changes to B.C. mining laws… By Bill Bennett Kootenay East MLA 1. As a result of the Mt. Polley accident and the three independent…

James White Park Wells granted EA approval

Environment Minister Mary Polak and Community, Sport and Cultural Development Minister Peter Fassbender have issued an environmental assessment (EA) certificate to the City of Fernie…

Jumbo EA certificate ruled expired

Environment Minister Mary Polak has determined that the Jumbo Glacier Resort project has not been substantially started. As a result, the environmental assessment certificate has…