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Jeers

Posted on April 29th, 2016 by


to noisy neighbours who use their leaf blower multiple times a week at all hours. So much for enjoying some quiet time outside.

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The Westside Park Community Garden sends a Cheers to Al Miller and his team at Invermere Home Hardware for delivering our new-to-us garden shed. We are grateful for your time and generosity!

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BIG Cheers to Casey Johnson and Bryan Armstrong from Copper Point for bringing golf to the students at Eileen Madson Primary School. It was a wonderful introduction to the sport. You guys are true pros!

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to Cleanline Automotive who honoured the warranty on my Malibu and helped me out with a tow truck and a quick fix. Cheers to Aaron and his crew for their integrity.

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CHEERS

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to all those who supported the EMP Bike Rodeo: DOI’s Bylaw Officer Mark, the four on/off duty RCMP members, the many parent volunteers, organizer Nadine Hale, and the exceptional team from Bicycle Works (who performed safety checks on over 200 bike, scooters and helmets).

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to the staff of Columbia Gardens and Ivy House for the wonderful lunch and gifts for volunteers, and Cheers to the lovely girl who played the piano so beautifully.

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to Toni and Gord for your continued support of Wilmer and the Community Club. Cheers for the dog treats too!

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to Pharmasave who gave every lady who attended Ladies Night Out a gift!

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to Gerry’s exquisite maple walnut gelati.

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to the Invermere Vets for always being there when we need you! We are very lucky to have so many caring, knowledgeable vets in such a small town.

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to the Kinsmen Club of Windermere Valley. For a small group, you do amazing work and make our community a better place to live.

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Huge huge Cheers to all the wonderful people who come out each year to do a fantastic job of Cleaning the Cemetery and Church Yard of All Saints Church, Edgewater. You all give so generously of your time and energy. Much appreciated!

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Jeers

Posted on April 29th, 2016 by


to process black. You may make my magazines beautiful, but stay out of my newspapers! You will suffer the consequences, I swear!

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Cheers

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to all the cooks and set up crew and clean up crew at Joe Howes’ funeral. A big Cheers to Joe Helmer for lending the big white tent on Capilo Way. Also Glen Wall you are wonderful! Cheers to Sam Paul for your horse and saddles and bullriding gear. You would have made Joe Howes proud. Also for the horse and buggy from Fort Steele.

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Loving Cheers to Father Gabriel for his article Fragrance of Love, a wonderful message for the world.

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Posted on April 29th, 2016 by


to restaurants that do NOT charge an extra $2.00 for gluten free bread. Perhaps you spread out the coffee profit? Anyway I appreciate it. Others: take note to not make health options punitive.

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Lakes not included in regulation

Posted on April 22nd, 2016 by


Dear Editor:
A brief history of the issue in response to Messrs. LaFontaine and Kupchanko and their hyperbolic comment in last week’s Pioneer… The Columbia Wetland Stewardship Partners (CWSP) unanimously supported and submitted the regulation to Transport Canada in 2009. The proposed regulation is a 20 horsepower limit on powered boats in the main channel of the river from Fairmont to Donald. Previous regulations in force prohibit any towing (water skiing) on the river and any motorized boating in the wetlands between Fairmont and Donald.
Lake Windermere and Columbia Lake are …

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Long-awaited legislation

Posted on April 22nd, 2016 by


Dear Editor:
Re: Boating regulation on the upper Columbia River.
After many years of public consultation, and through the support of a wide range of local stakeholder groups throughout the Columbia Valley, Transport Canada has published pending federal regulation, establishing a 20 horsepower limit for boats on the main channel of the upper Columbia River through the Columbia Wetlands Wildlife Management Area. This regulation is designed to protect the environment, wildlife and wildlife habitat in the world-renowned Columbia Wetlands.
This is the third, long-awaited and final part of a three-part regulation. The first …

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Cheers

Posted on April 15th, 2016 by


to Invermere for not throwing a tantrum this time a business painted their building blue.

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Cheers

Posted on April 15th, 2016 by


to all the hard working volunteers for the Windermere Community Association’s Easter Egg Hunt. Your time spent organizing this event and dedication for the children of the valley is truly appreciated!

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