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No discussion of mining in the Shuswap would be complete without a review of the early Cherry Creek gold rush
This small, narrow ranching valley is often overlooked as being part of the Shuswap.
It has been said that Chief George Manuel was destined to greatness.
School principal, Robert Matthew, believes strongly that “the only thing that makes us special is our language and our land.”
Although the Lumby area is most often considered to be part of the North Okanagan, it is actually in the Shuswap watershed
There are just two high schools in British Columbia that manage their own woodlot and one of them is in the Shuswap
There was little time to revel in the sudden appearance of sunshine in October after over a week of low dense fog
There is nothing like catching sight of a massive moose to evoke a sense of fascination and awe
Despite the enormous increase in opportunities to hear live music in the Shuswap, there has been an unfortunate decline in community dances
The Shuswap’s defining features are its lakes and rivers with warm water that is ideal for swimming.
Some of my favourite childhood memories stem from the three summers I spent at camp in Northern Minnesota
If and when the Shuswap is fortunate to have a rails-to-trail, it will be one of the last regions in southern B.C. to have this feature
The success of settlement in the Shuswap was due in large part to the contributions to the economy by the forest industry
When the first settlers began to arrive en masse after the railway was built, they faced enormous legal as well as physical challenges
Prior to 1896, there were few permanent settlers in the Shuswap.
Shuswap’s first town of Seymour City (Ogdenville) that was built and mostly abandoned in just one year, 1866, is fairly well known
The multiple economic benefits that could be achieved by paying better attention to changing demographics was the focus of the last column
There is no doubt that a great deal of effort went into producing the Salmon Arm Economic Development Society’s five-year plan
It was clear that the word is out about the advantages of ski-touring in the Queest Mountain area.
It can be enlightening to reflect upon the way Shuswap’s early settlers celebrated Christmas.