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by Contributor on Tuesday May 16 2017

Contributed by Val Rossi

Daffodils are still blooming in Sunningdale, reminding the community of a successful Canadian Cancer Society event that planted hope and support for individuals touched by cancer.

Daffodil Dash Trail held April 30th at Gyro Park in Trail just surpassed its $29,000 goal and raised over $31,000 toward cancer research, prevention and support...

by Contributor on Wednesday May 10 2017

Today, eight local police officers attended a ceremony in Kelowna in recognition of making Alexa's Team for 2016. Alexa's Team was created by the Middelaer family in memory of their four-year-old daughter, Alexa, who was killed by an impaired driver while she was feeding a horse in Delta in 2008.

The team was formed to help bring awareness to the seriousness of impaired driving and...

by Sara Golling on Wednesday May 10 2017

Two meetings to report here:  May 4 and May 8.  Read on!

Rossland City Council held a Public Hearing on the new Financial Plan and the new municipal property tax rates on Thursday, May 4.  Council was present, and Financial Manager Elma Hamming explained the changes and answered questions from the four interested citizens who showed up. The key...

by David Suzuki on Tuesday May 09 2017

In 1926, U.S. automaker Henry Ford reduced his employees’ workweek from six eight-hour days to five, with no pay cuts. It’s something workers and labour unions had been calling for, and it followed previous reductions in work schedules that had been as high as 84 to 100 hours over seven days a week.

Ford wasn’t responding to worker demands; he was being a businessman. He expected...

by Dr. Brenda Gill on Monday May 08 2017

            How many of you are gaining more weight than you want, can’t seem to lose it or are having a hard time getting rid of that mid-abdominal bulge? This is becoming one of the most prevalent patterns in the last 20 years and is still overlooked by so many. With our increasingly sedentary lifestyles, eating on the run, choosing fast foods and over-indulging in alcohol, coffee and pop,...

by Contributor on Wednesday May 03 2017

The food on your plate here in the West Kootenay likely comes from all around the world, but globalized food systems leave us vulnerable to pressures beyond our control. Droughts and other breakdowns can hike food prices and limit supply. This situation has led communities across the country to strategize ways to make their regional food more secure.

How can we strengthen local food...

by The Fraser Institute on Thursday Apr 27 2017

More and more Canadians are using complementary and alternative medicines and therapies—such as massage, yoga, acupuncture and chiropractic care—and they’re using them more frequently, finds a new survey by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public policy think-tank.

“Alternative treatments are playing an increasingly important role in Canadians’ overall health...

by Rossland Telegraph on Wednesday Apr 26 2017

To further our understanding of what's accelerating climate change, here's a brand-new report from the David Suzuki Foundation about leaking of methane from fracking and other fossil fuel extraction being much greater than reported by industry and government, and how it has been measured, and why it's scary:

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by Dr. Brenda Gill on Monday Apr 24 2017

The weather has been certainly cooler and rainy this year, but, the bulbs are trying to make a start and the robins are starting to build their nests, so it is a great time to consider spring cleaning your body. Dedicate some time to internally focus and help the body clear built-up toxins, metabolites, hormones and breakdown products. It’s like clearing out the garage of garbage or the...

by Contributor on Friday Apr 21 2017

The number of illicit drug deaths in March remained high, with the third-highest number ever for a single month said the BC Coroners Service in a media release.

BC Coroners Service said provisional data shows that a total of 120 persons died as a result of illicit drug use during the month of March, an average of almost four deaths (3.9) per day for the month. In contrast, there were 79...

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