Columbia Valley Search and Rescue assisted two injured people recently – a hunter and a hiker.
They say that children are the future, as they will be the leaders of tomorrow, and so they must be educated right — that’s what Katie Niddrie, a teacher at Windermere Elementary School (WES) believes.
They say that pain becomes less as time passes, but in other cases, it doesn’t — we just learn from it and manage to survive and look for tomorrow. This mirrors the life of Kim Beaudin, the national vice-chief of the Congress of Aboriginal Peoples (CAP).
by Steve Hubrecht | Sep 29, 2023
The Regional District of East Kootenay (RDEK) Area F and Area G Advisory Planning Commission (APC) unanimously decided not to support an application for disposition and sale of public land on the shore of Lake Windermere at Calberley Beach.
by Steve Hubrecht | Sep 28, 2023
An Invermere councillor’s attempt to get the Union of British Columbia Municipalities (UBCM) to support changing the B.C. Residential Tenancy Act was thoroughly quashed during last week’s convention in the Lower Mainland.
In addition to the Columbia River, there are several feeder tributaries that recharge Lake Windermere. The quality and quantity of water entering lakes from tributaries are influenced by the geology, activities, and infrastructure of the watershed they flow over or through.
Carrier Sekani Family Services (CSFS) presents “Practice Differently,” a new recruitment campaign that focuses on representing the meaningful work that CSFS does. This is supported by a short story advertisement video that was released on Sept. 13.
by Steve Hubrecht | Sep 23, 2023
At their annual general meeting last week, Columbia Basin Trust (CBT) officials faced questions from the public about cutting back funding for programs, including one query in particular about no longer giving money to outdoor and environmental education.