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Golden will be well represented when Team BC takes to the ice at next week’s National Aboriginal Hockey Championships.
Mayor Ron Oszust wrote a letter thanking CP for the resolution that has saved the Lower Canyon.
Pablo Euphoria has given in to sin. Or at least that’s what he’s telling you to do with his debut EP Give in to Sin.
CP and local stakeholders have come to an agreement to keep access to the Lower Canyon open when the rafting season begins next month.
The rafting season is nearing, and those involved in the industry are planning a rally to show just how important the river is on Apr. 30.
Young Yannik Shulz got his start learning how to ski at Kicking Horse, and now the 16-year-old has earned his best finish yet.
Kamloops Senator and former Canadian Olympic medalist Nancy Greene Raine brings up Lower Canyon following Senate Question Period.
Opinion: This letter is to inform you that our community expects to be paddling the Lower Canyon of the Kicking Horse River this May
After much speculation about the fate of Golden's BCVC, the GAI Board has begun to take steps to divest itself of the facility.
This pesky sculpture has been turning heads all over town when it flies by atop its creator’s van.
Saje Gosal and Neal Randhawa recently completed their first season of university basketball at the University of Northern British Columbia.
Golden’s very own brewery has experienced some delays during construction, but they could be selling beer by the end of summer.
A Golden group is discussing the possibility of sponsoring a refugee family from Syria.
Entertainment: The idea to document the cross country tour with Bruce Cockburn seemed like a winner, and Usher took his idea to CBC.
Find all of the Easter eggs in the Golden Star ads in this week's issue and win a Dairy Queen ice cream cake!
Linley McLean has worked at the Golden Women’s Resource Centre since 2009.
Jackie Ohnander has an extensive background in music, but she also has plenty of experience with the great outdoors.
Throughout her life Christina Benty has had many careers, however, her newest professional venture has her particularly excited.
In developing parts of the world women and girls have to go without feminine hygiene products.
Matt Matheson spent five years working at Olympic View Golf Club in Victoria before taking the Head Pro job at the Golden Golf Club.