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Censored Sasquatch, Ducknana diehards: Wacky B.C. stories from 2022
Don’t forget the breastfeeding mom who saved her goose or the music teacher who scared off a bear
Good news stories from 2022 to reflect on in 2023
These British Columbians were lifting spirits across the province
A snow-loving pig, a Ferrari-riding snake: Some of B.C.’s top animal stories of 2022
These animal encounters had people smiling all year long
From cross-Arctic treks to Olympic dreams, B.C. athletes made 2022 one for the books
Athletes didn’t shy away from adventure this year
Year in Review with Nasukin Jason Louie
It was another challenging year for the Lower Kootenay Band
Year in Review with Mayor Ron Toyota
Town council managed to make progress on several big projects in 2021
YEAR IN REVIEW: Refugee committee active with advocacy and fundraising
The Creston Refugee Committee has brought a total of 100 refugees to the valley and provided social/financial support for the first year of residence in Canada.
YEAR IN REVIEW: Therapeutic Activation Program for Seniors
Submitted by Maureen Cameron, Therapeutic Activation Program for Seniors In 2018 our…
YEAR IN REVIEW: It’s been a great year!
Submitted by Neil Ostafichuk Well, here we are again, flipping the hourglass…
YEAR IN REVIEW: Chief and council focusing on Lower Kootenay Band well-being
In 2019, the band will break ground on a 12,000-square-foot health centre.
YEAR IN REVIEW: Variety kept Creston theatre troupe busy in 2018
Submitted by Footlighters Theatre Society From a musical espousing simple country charm…
YEAR IN REVIEW: Town of Creston year involved more than fire hall referendum
The fire hall referendum dominated town-related news over the past year however it’s far from the only noteworthy event of 2018.