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By Letters to the ... On on Saturday Apr 07 2018

To the Editor,

The Kootenay Gallery of Art hosted an event called Snow Longer to coincide with two exhibitions that have been on in the Gallery since March 2. Both the exhibitions and event talk about climate change. Thanks to everyone who helped out at Snow Longer, including Laura Sacks of the Citizens Climate Lobby, Erin Thompson of the West Kootenay Eco Society and...

By Trail Champion On on Tuesday Apr 03 2018

The Regional District of Kootenay Boundary East End Services Committee is sponsoring a screening of the documentary US AND THEM to bring attention to the issues of homelessness and addiction. The screening is at 4:30 p.m. Saturday, April 7 at the Royal Theatre in Trail.

The RDKB is joining US AND THEM's national efforts to raise awareness about housing and caring...

By City of Trail On on Tuesday Apr 03 2018

On Saturday, April 7, the Victoria Street Bridge will be one of many municipal landmarks across the country lit in purple in support of the Put Your Purple On campaign. The campaign...

By Charles Jeanes On on Wednesday Mar 28 2018

There is a war between the rich and poor, 
A war between the man and the woman. 
There is a war between the ones who say there is a war 
And the ones who say there isn't.

Why don't you come on back to the war, that's right, get in it, 
Why don't you come on back to the war, it's just beginning.

Why don't you come on back to the war...

By Rossland Telegraph On on Wednesday Mar 28 2018

Human footprints from thousands of years ago are rare finds. “Leaving footprints in the sand” is a metaphor for the ephemeral nature of some human activities. But a group of researchers has recently released their findings on their discovery of a group of footprints made by humans some 13,000 or so years ago, on the shores of a cove on Calvert Island – the first major island...

By Contributor On on Thursday Mar 08 2018

The Columbia Kootenay Cultural Alliance (CKCA) invites members of the arts and culture community in the Columbia Basin to join its volunteer Steering Committee. The CKCA is a representative body of the arts and culture communities across the Basin, and manages and administers arts and culture funding programs on behalf of Columbia Basin Trust (CBT).

The CKCA Steering Committee consists...

By Castlegar Source On on Thursday Mar 08 2018

Which of Castlegar’s downtown sculptures has caught your eye? With only a month before Castlegar Sculpturewalk’s 2017 sculptures are taken down, now is the time to purchase or lease one of these beautiful works of art and keep it in the Kootenays.                         

“2018 has already been a great year for us in terms of both our sales and our leasing program,” says Executive...

By Charles Jeanes On on Wednesday Mar 07 2018

(Part One ended with this paragraph:

On the political right and left, fascists and communists have similarly tried to impose social engineering on the peoples they ruled. But the fascist type of right-wing ideologues are modernists, not traditional...

By Charles Jeanes On on Wednesday Feb 28 2018

“[A]s individuals express their life, so they are. Hence what individuals are depends on the material conditions of their production... History involves 'a continuous transformation of human nature'...

'[there is] human nature in general, and then human nature as...

By CBT On on Friday Feb 16 2018

The SS Moyie is truly one of a kind. The oldest intact passenger sternwheeler ship in the world built in 1898, the Moyie ended its service on Kootenay Lake in 1959. Unlike most sternwheelers that plied inland waters in BC and the Yukon that were either scrapped or burnt at the end of their working lives, the SS Moyie has survived and thrived in Kaslo – lovingly preserved by the community and...

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