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The Columbia Basin Environmental Education Network received a $4,000 grant for the Wild Voices Kids program.
Rudy the Clown has made her way to the Upper Columbia Valley and has big plans for her future.
Bike to Work, a healthy alternative to the automotive commute has become a recent success in the Kootenay region.
Village of Radium awaits approval from ministry for sanctioned bike trails.
we are lucky to the Columbia Wetlands, but with it comes a great responsibility to protect and conserve the species living there.
This season has been exceptionally good for many of the teams and athletes competing for DTSS.
The Ministry of Education is set to launch a new school curriculum in B.C for September this year.