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by Anonymous on Monday Nov 24 2008

As the international press learns this week how much it will cost them to cover the 2010 Winter Games, many activists hope to apprise them of how much they believe the Olympics are costing British Columbians.

A three-day world press briefing began on Tuesday, which will see over 200 members of the media tour Olympic venues, visit with tourism officials, and be introduced to the behind-t

by Rossland Telegraph on Tuesday Nov 18 2008
Rossland is at a crossroads. In uncertain economic times, and with our population dwindling (and our school-age population dwindling more quickly) we need to do everything we can to shore up the pillars of our community if we’re to survive in the long haul.
by Rossland Telegraph on Tuesday Nov 18 2008
Rossland is at a crossroads. In uncertain economic times, and with our population dwindling (and our school-age population dwindling more quickly) we need to do everything we can to shore up the pillars of our community if we’re to survive in the long haul.
by Rossland Telegraph on Tuesday Nov 18 2008
Rossland is at a crossroads. In uncertain economic times, and with our population dwindling (and our school-age population dwindling more quickly) we need to do everything we can to shore up the pillars of our community if we’re to survive in the long haul.
by Rossland Telegraph on Tuesday Nov 18 2008
Rossland is at a crossroads. In uncertain economic times, and with our population dwindling (and our school-age population dwindling more quickly) we need to do everything we can to shore up the pillars of our community if we’re to survive in the long haul.
by Rossland Telegraph on Tuesday Nov 18 2008
Rossland is at a crossroads. In uncertain economic times, and with our population dwindling (and our school-age population dwindling more quickly) we need to do everything we can to shore up the pillars of our community if we’re to survive in the long haul.
by Rossland Telegraph on Tuesday Nov 18 2008
Rossland is at a crossroads. In uncertain economic times, and with our population dwindling (and our school-age population dwindling more quickly) we need to do everything we can to shore up the pillars of our community if we’re to survive in the long haul.
by Rossland Telegraph on Tuesday Nov 18 2008
Rossland is at a crossroads. In uncertain economic times, and with our population dwindling (and our school-age population dwindling more quickly) we need to do everything we can to shore up the pillars of our community if we’re to survive in the long haul.
by Rossland Telegraph on Tuesday Nov 18 2008
Rossland is at a crossroads. In uncertain economic times, and with our population dwindling (and our school-age population dwindling more quickly) we need to do everything we can to shore up the pillars of our community if we’re to survive in the long haul.
by Rossland Telegraph on Wednesday Nov 12 2008
Have you ever wondered where we’d be without the right to complain? Here in Canada we’re fortunate enough to be able to take for granted our right to moan about food in a restaurant or roll our eyes at slow service at the grocery store. But let’s take a moment now and think of the unfortunate millions who live under the yoke of repressive regimes.

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