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Building homes the thinkBright way

Invermere construction company relies on apprentices for its enviro-friendly projects “We build houses for regular people,” said Meredith Hamstead, co-owner of Invermere’s thinkBright Homes. What the…

Defunding the police is not the answer

“Perceptions,” by Gerry Warner Defund the police? Get serious! Unless human nature was to change overnight and there was an angel sitting on every shoulder…

Chamber presents policy at national AGM

Representatives from the Cranbrook Chamber of Commerce travelled to Saint John, New Brunswick, late last week to attend the Canadian Chamber of Commerce annual general…

Provincial state of emergency declared

The British Columbia government has this morning declared a provincial state of emergency to support the province-wide response to the ongoing wildfire situation. Mike Farnworth,…

The History of Fire Prevention Week

By Rick Prasad For over nine decades, Fire Prevention Week has been observed during the week that includes October 9 to commemorate the Great Chicago…

Hot, dry, smokey summer forecasted

Hot, dry weather will be the norm this summer in Western Canada predicts AccuWeather Global Weather Center. AccuWeather reports  much of Canada is in for a…

Wonderful Wartime Weddings

By Elinor Florence Was there ever a time when romance was so exciting, so terrifying, and yet so wonderful as during wartime? The men were…

Crowdfunding business startups now available

With the British Columbia Securities Commission (BCSC) giving the go ahead to use crowdfunding to raise money through issuing securities, local portal InvestLocalBC.ca is relying…

Protecting Canada’s environment

Points from Parliament With David Wilks MP for Kootenay-Columbia – Our government has also secured almost 4,000 km² of ecologically sensitive private lands. – We…