Life insurance is too complex to buy online

Getting it right demands a face-to-face discussion with a professional adviser with the knowledge and time to understand your specific needs

Moving towards balance

Judy Guido offers workshops as an instructor, certified consultant and national director with the Inner Peace Movement of Canada

Revelstoke Museum embarking on project to collect material from community

Revelstoke Museum & Archives launches Community Historical Resources Project to update museum's holdings.

Educating kids about finances

Age-appropriate money-management skills that are best learned from you

Bird Nesting: Study looks at impact of BC Hydro operations on birds that nest in drawdown zone

Study looks at impact of BC Hydro operations on birds that nest in drawdown zone

Attracting birds for the Great Backyard Bird Count

Attracting birds for the Great Backyard Bird Count

  • Jan 16th, 2012

Treasure lies at lake bottom

Mrs. Suzanne Simpson arrived here with her husband George Buchanan Simpson in 1912.

Soelden: Best winter resort you haven’t heard of (yet)

We arrived in Soelden, Austria, after heavy snows had fallen and the sky had grown as blue and clear as an Alpine lake.

Large RV drivers need licence endorsements or higher class

Some castles on wheels require either a house trailer endorsement on a licence or a higher licence class

Tea for … six

The Fort St. James National Historic Site hosts afternoon tea on Sundays.

Valley Voices: Avola’s schools, Part 2

What happened after the board of School District 26 (North Thompson) closed Avola Elementary?

Liking black and white photographs

Making pictures with John Enman, black and white photography

Down Memory Road — A summer’s drive from Canim Lake to Mahood Lake

Gary Baker recalls a time when young families with big dreams spent their energies opening the country against tough odds

MAC building needs repair

Lack of funding could spell doom for century-old facility

Special Olympic skiers bring home medals

Special Olympics B.C. Vernon athletes triumph on mountains both local and out of town

An ice maker’s art

Colwood resident sought the world over for efficient ice techniques

Harrison Happenings: Reflecting on Canada Day

Watching the ceremonies in Ottawa provide ideas for this community

The life and times of the Robinson family in Golden

The following information was submitted to the Historical Society’s publication of Golden Memories and was authored by R.E. Robinson.

Deer habits changing with their habitat

Deer have inhabited our area long before we came along foraging on native shrubs and plants and also in natural grasslands...