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With Canada pledging it will welcome 25,000 Syrian refugees by 2016, one local resort manager has taken it upon himself to help out.
Kootenay-Columbia MP Wayne Stetski has worked with parks, both nationally and provincially, for much of his working life.
After two months of frustration, the Rockets have won their first game of the year.
Keefer Dondaneau owned and operated a gym in northern Alberta, but jumped at the opportunity to move his business interests back home.
A fixture in Field since 1908, St. Joseph’s is the most photographed building in the village.
A Calgary man received minor injuries after a bear attacked him on the deck of a property near Kicking Horse Mountain Resort.
Music always played a big role in Superstein’s life, but it wasn’t until she moved to Vancouver that she jumped fully into a career.
Christine et les Imposteurs will be performing at the Golden Civic Centre on Nov. 6.
Stetski trailed incumbent Conservative MP David Wilks by over 1,000 votes as the early polls were tallied up on Oct. 19
The isolated nature of rural properties like his makes them particularly vulnerable to crime.
Michael Roik will be one of two improv artists performing at this Saturday's Excellence Awards.
Despite a competitive weekend against the top team in the KIJHL, the Rockets couldn't find an elusive first victory of the season.
The program at the COTR has been a hit with both former and current students.
In his first season as Rockets’ assistant coach, LaRoy is using the lessons he learned from his late father as he adjusts to coaching.
The Golden Rockets are nine games into their 2015/16 season and remain in search of their first victory after a winless weekend.
The $36,000 goal was reached in just the third full day of the Friends of the Golden & District Hospital's fundraising campaign.
Sometime last night a vandal trespassed onto hole number 2 at the Golden Golf Club and left significant damage on the fairway.
Conservation Officer Dan Bartol warns that locals need to be aware of possible attractants as we move into fall.
Canadian Federal Election: A mostly cordial forum did contain one notable dispute between two of the Kootenay-Columbia candidates.
Golden gave up an early lead and never recovered as the offence continued to struggle.