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As the lake begins to cool rainbow trout move towards the surface and become very active.
EcoSociety statements follows the provincial report on old growth forests
Riding ride lives up to its expectations—good conversations, great weather and stunning scenery
“People are starting to get really angry … there are more campers and it’s causing more problems.”
KAST is a recognized leader in regional economic development through technology and innovation
Ed Jordan lived in the cabin up Kootenay Pass from Creston from 1923 to 1942.
The bridge now lies in the water, and a logjam is building up behind it.
“We are seeing a new interest in Kootenay Lake fishing … ” said Randy Zelonka, owner of Gill & Gift.
Experience Alberta ranch adventures, a BC grizzly refuge and more
Fruivale mayor asks residents to conserve water
by JOHN BOIVIN Local Journalism Initiative Reporter
Sales and prices of Kootenay real estate on the rise
South Columbia Search and Rescue increase their range with addition of jet boat, ‘Second Chance’
Message from MLA Michelle Mungall and MLA Katrine Conroy
Gates: On the whole, everyone is managing …
Valley of the Springs Winery hopes to open doors in about a week
The rate increase of natural gas will change by $0.73 from $1.549/GJ to $2.279/GJ
“I’d like to see the fishery come back to its glory,” says firsttime winner Dave Johnston.
Letter to the Editor from Wildsight
This story is shared to mark National Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21