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by Rossland Telegraph on Wednesday Dec 10 2008
As Rossland ponders the future of its recycling program, it’s worth giving some thought to the options under consideration and to the nature of recycling itself. According to the Telegraph’s poll this week, Rosslanders appear united on one thing: they want to keep curbside collection. Eighty two percent of respondents want curbside pickup, either with or without an accompanying depot.
by Rossland Telegraph on Wednesday Dec 10 2008
As Rossland ponders the future of its recycling program, it’s worth giving some thought to the options under consideration and to the nature of recycling itself. According to the Telegraph’s poll this week, Rosslanders appear united on one thing: they want to keep curbside collection. Eighty two percent of respondents want curbside pickup, either with or without an accompanying depot.
by Rossland Telegraph on Wednesday Dec 10 2008
As Rossland ponders the future of its recycling program, it’s worth giving some thought to the options under consideration and to the nature of recycling itself. According to the Telegraph’s poll this week, Rosslanders appear united on one thing: they want to keep curbside collection. Eighty two percent of respondents want curbside pickup, either with or without an accompanying depot.
by Rossland Telegraph on Wednesday Dec 10 2008
As Rossland ponders the future of its recycling program, it’s worth giving some thought to the options under consideration and to the nature of recycling itself. According to the Telegraph’s poll this week, Rosslanders appear united on one thing: they want to keep curbside collection. Eighty two percent of respondents want curbside pickup, either with or without an accompanying depot.
by Rossland Telegraph on Wednesday Dec 10 2008
As Rossland ponders the future of its recycling program, it’s worth giving some thought to the options under consideration and to the nature of recycling itself. According to the Telegraph’s poll this week, Rosslanders appear united on one thing: they want to keep curbside collection. Eighty two percent of respondents want curbside pickup, either with or without an accompanying depot.
by Rossland Telegraph on Wednesday Dec 10 2008
As Rossland ponders the future of its recycling program, it’s worth giving some thought to the options under consideration and to the nature of recycling itself. According to the Telegraph’s poll this week, Rosslanders appear united on one thing: they want to keep curbside collection. Eighty two percent of respondents want curbside pickup, either with or without an accompanying depot.
by Rossland Telegraph on Wednesday Dec 10 2008
As Rossland ponders the future of its recycling program, it’s worth giving some thought to the options under consideration and to the nature of recycling itself. According to the Telegraph’s poll this week, Rosslanders appear united on one thing: they want to keep curbside collection. Eighty two percent of respondents want curbside pickup, either with or without an accompanying depot.
by Rossland Telegraph on Thursday Dec 04 2008
Stephen Harper can no longer be Prime Minister. Even though Governor-General Michaelle Jean has allowed Harper to prorouge parliament until January 26, when his government must table a budget, he has lost the moral right to lead our nation.
by Rossland Telegraph on Thursday Dec 04 2008
Stephen Harper can no longer be Prime Minister. Even though Governor-General Michaelle Jean has allowed Harper to prorouge parliament until January 26, when his government must table a budget, he has lost the moral right to lead our nation.
by Rossland Telegraph on Thursday Dec 04 2008
Stephen Harper can no longer be Prime Minister. Even though Governor-General Michaelle Jean has allowed Harper to prorouge parliament until January 26, when his government must table a budget, he has lost the moral right to lead our nation.

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