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“Hard things are much easier to do if we stay connected. This virus is doing its very best to undermine our unity. Remember, we are fighting a virus, not each other,” writes Dr. Nerine Kleinhans
Trudeau government has come under fire this week for its ability to deliver a timely vaccine to Canadians
People now notified of test results by text message
Soccer goalie joined gridiron team after kicker shortage due to COVID-19
Fred Sasakamoose died at the age of 86
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The festive season is a time for relaxing and enjoying some seasonal favourites
Square Dancing Day, Disability Day and International Ninja Day are all coming up this week
The work of local photographers printed in the pages of the East Kootenay Advertiser throughout 2020. Part VI.
Book Rescue Me raises funds, awareness for animal-welfare agency
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“Wheels” was selected as one of the recipients of a merit award for the Canada Shorts film festival
UBCIC is among several Indigenous groups lambasting the Vancouver-shot series
Submission from Nav Canada regarding potential cuts to the West Kootenay Regional Airport
BCTF President Teri Mooring asks parents to talk with children about wearing masks in school
A gift in your Will shows remarkable foresight for your community
How small businesses are finding new customers in changing times