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by Ken Holmes on Monday Jun 29 2009

Re GLACIER HOWSER INDEPENDENT POWER PROJECT (IPP)

I attended a Public Meeting in Kaslo on 23rd June about the proposed Glacier Howser IPP project up the Duncan Valley north of Kootenay Lake. This turned out to be an amazing example of democracy in action. More than 1100 people showed up at the meeting….in a town with a population of only 1170.

by Ken Holmes on Monday Jun 29 2009

Re GLACIER HOWSER INDEPENDENT POWER PROJECT (IPP)

I attended a Public Meeting in Kaslo on 23rd June about the proposed Glacier Howser IPP project up the Duncan Valley north of Kootenay Lake. This turned out to be an amazing example of democracy in action. More than 1100 people showed up at the meeting….in a town with a population of only 1170.

by Rossland Telegraph on Thursday Jun 04 2009

The Greyhound Canada Transportation Corporation, a subsidiary of British rail and bus company FirstGroup, is currently applying to the BC Passenger Transportation Board to reduce east-west trips through our region from two a day to one.

by Rossland Telegraph on Thursday Jun 04 2009

The Greyhound Canada Transportation Corporation, a subsidiary of British rail and bus company FirstGroup, is currently applying to the BC Passenger Transportation Board to reduce east-west trips through our region from two a day to one.

by Rossland Telegraph on Thursday Jun 04 2009

The Greyhound Canada Transportation Corporation, a subsidiary of British rail and bus company FirstGroup, is currently applying to the BC Passenger Transportation Board to reduce east-west trips through our region from two a day to one.

by Rossland Telegraph on Thursday Jun 04 2009

The Greyhound Canada Transportation Corporation, a subsidiary of British rail and bus company FirstGroup, is currently applying to the BC Passenger Transportation Board to reduce east-west trips through our region from two a day to one.

by Rossland Telegraph on Thursday Jun 04 2009

The Greyhound Canada Transportation Corporation, a subsidiary of British rail and bus company FirstGroup, is currently applying to the BC Passenger Transportation Board to reduce east-west trips through our region from two a day to one.

by Rossland Telegraph on Thursday Jun 04 2009

The Greyhound Canada Transportation Corporation, a subsidiary of British rail and bus company FirstGroup, is currently applying to the BC Passenger Transportation Board to reduce east-west trips through our region from two a day to one.

by Rossland Telegraph on Thursday Jun 04 2009

The Greyhound Canada Transportation Corporation, a subsidiary of British rail and bus company FirstGroup, is currently applying to the BC Passenger Transportation Board to reduce east-west trips through our region from two a day to one.

by Rossland Telegraph on Thursday Jun 04 2009

The Greyhound Canada Transportation Corporation, a subsidiary of British rail and bus company FirstGroup, is currently applying to the BC Passenger Transportation Board to reduce east-west trips through our region from two a day to one.

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