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It's time for the federal government to show mercy on suffering Canadians who wish to die.
A fun, team-oriented event at Taps on June 1 helped raise funds and awareness for CPR education in Golden.
Andrew Mercer and Cod Gone Wild have brought their brand of east coast, Newfoundland-inspired music to audiences all across western Canada.
On his way to a popular fishing spot on Saturday, Conservation Officer Alex Desjardins noticed a dead elk by the side of the road.
Ten acts - all with their own unique sound - will make up the 2016 Summer Kicks lineup.
It's been a trying spring for the owners of Golden's two largest rafting companies, who are forced to play the waiting game once again.
After setting up a trap last week for a black bear, Conservation Officers found the bear this morning and were forced to destroy it.
Melissa Sharp lent a helping hand, and her medical expertise, to a small town in earthquake-devastated Ecuador.
With a wildfire raging just kilometres from his Fort McMurray home, Andrew Benty had to quickly pack up for he and his pregnant wife.
Golden's Jake Gudjonson took home a gold medal at the Aboriginal Hockey Championships while Annah Setter helped her team to fourth.
Tourism Golden held its AGM on May 5 at the Holiday Inn and guest speaker Walt Judas, the CEO of the Tourism Industry Association of B.C.
Golden's grant application to have the tennis courts resurfaced has proven successful.
As teenagers, many girls begin to drop out of competitive sports. The Girls Sport for Life at the Golden Arena event hopes to change that.
The fifth annual Parson Community Hall’s Spring Fling is set to go on May 7.
With spring headlines revolving around the region's rivers, this year's Mountain Festival theme couldn't have been planned any better.
Jenkins’s latest album, Green, includes songs with lyrics about fatherhood and being a parent
Golden will be well represented when Team BC takes to the ice at next week’s National Aboriginal Hockey Championships.
CP and local stakeholders have come to an agreement to keep access to the Lower Canyon open when the rafting season begins next month.
While the calendar might still read April, Golden is experiencing July-like weather conditions that has created wildfire conditions.
Jason Stephens has put over 8,000 kilometres on his vehicle since the end of the season in order to scout talent in B.C. and Alberta.