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The outer-space that we're all missing out on and needs to be reported on more.
For Mr. Trudeau and the Liberal Party, there is going to be a number of legal challenges to the Trans Mountain pipeline.
Conservative Party leader hopeful Kellie Leitch is hoping to ride the coat tails of Donald Trump's tactics to Prime Minister.
From a racist politician to a candidate mired in an email scandal, this American election has turned sour in the worst way imaginable.
Affordable housing is a growing concern across the country but it's also evident here in the Columbia Valley.
The Columbia Valley volunteer firefighters deserve every bit of recognition they get for putting their lives on the line.
It's hard to believe, but summer is now gone and fall is right on our doorstep.
The government is proposing golf carts in small communities. It only makes sense for this to come to the Columbia Valley.
At a time of constant cuts to Canada's media organizations, what is the best avenue to saving the 5th estate.
With the Olympics days old, there are a number of ways people can get into the five-ring excitement.
The likelihood of “The Donald” taking office down south is a reality that is beginning to be openly talked about.
The Columbia Valley recently announced a new brand to which it's received mixed reviews.
The RDEK board of directors opted not to support backyard chickens for residents with parcels of land less than one acre in Areas F and G.
It's becoming rapidly more important to increase the education around the importance of the wetlands, especially in the Columbia Valley.
More respect and support needs to be shown for the inspection station in the Columbia Valley area.
The opinions expressed below are the opinion of the editorial board, which comprises of Nicole Trigg and Dean Midyette
Editorials are the consensus view of the Invermere Valley Echo’s editorial board, comprising of Nicole Trigg and Dean Midyette.
Their promise to reverse the decade-long austerity measures of the Conservative government is what pushed the Liberals to the front
union’s case against the government not being heard by the Supreme Court of Canada until November
Declining moose numbers have spurred the B.C. government into action