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COUNTRY LIVING | Confessions of a Farmer: Once a Farmer, Always a Farmer?

COUNTRY LIVING | Confessions of a Farmer: Once a Farmer, Always a Farmer?

By Terri Smith– Here is my biggest farmer’s confession yet: I’m not really a farmer anymore. Sure I live on a farm,…

COLUMN | Science Matters: We can’t dig our way out of the fossil fuels pit

COLUMN | Science Matters: We can’t dig our way out of the fossil fuels pit

  By David Suzuki– I’ve often thought politicians inhabit a parallel universe. Maybe it’s just widespread cognitive dissonance, coupled with a lack…

BECOMING WASTE WISE | Plastic Pollution

BECOMING WASTE WISE | Plastic Pollution

Did you know there are patches of plastic garbage floating in the Pacific Ocean that are larger in area than the province…

Health & Wellness
COUNTRY LIVING | An Ode to Winter …

COUNTRY LIVING | An Ode to Winter …

By Carmen Mutschele – Everything you’ll ever need to know lies hidden in a song… well, almost everything. When I first heard the…

ARTS & CULTURE | Arts on the Fly and Safety Meeting Update

ARTS & CULTURE | Arts on the Fly and Safety Meeting Update

In October, the Arts on the Fly Festival Society had its AGM, and we are incredibly excited to announce that Arts on…

Xatśūll Trail Development

Xatśūll Trail Development

By Miriam Schilling– Our community completed a Trails and Recreation Strategy Plan in March 2015 and constructed the first multi-use trail at…

Environment

RECYCLING | No Time Left to Waste: Recycling in the Cariboo

RECYCLING | No Time Left to Waste: Recycling in the Cariboo

By Oliver Berger– So what’s the latest happenings in our recycling world? I feel a change around us,…

ENVIRONMENT | Judgment

By Ray Grigg – We are living in a time like no other in human history. The environmental…

ENVIRONMENT | Beyond Capitalism: Moving forward in reverse

By Lisa Bland – The past year has been a whirlwind. As I look back at the topics…

Arts & Education

Spacing the Chorus: A small investigation of extemporaneous particulation

Spacing the Chorus: A small investigation of extemporaneous particulation

By Ron Young – There are times when a dog barks repeatedly and at a sufficient volume and frequency…

ARTS & CULTURE | Student of Nature: The Work of Carver and Artist Jacob Moondog

ARTS & CULTURE | Student of Nature: The Work of Carver and Artist Jacob Moondog

By Venta Rutkauskas– Imagine… On the windswept plains near Mankota, Saskatchewan, a young boy rides a pinto pony,…

ARTS & EDUCATION | Give Green: Santa would approve

ARTS & EDUCATION | Give Green: Santa would approve

By Jessica Kirby – There is a story I tell the kids about the existence of Santa—No, I…

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Technology

SCIENCE | Skywatch with Bill Irwin

By Bill Irwin – The ongoing cloudy and rainy weather eroded some of the observing opportunities…

ARTS & EDUCATION | Sustainable Ranching—Learning Applied Skills and Diversification

By Angela Abrahão The first cohort of students from the Sustainable Ranching Program at Thompson Rivers…

Country Living

ARTS & EDUCATION | My First Political Experience

By Gloria Atamanenko – I was born near Fort Vermilion, Alberta, one hundred miles below the North…

‘Snow Time Left to Waste: Ride Local

By Oliver Berger–   Five years ago, Morgan Day and I worked at Mt. Timothy Ski…

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ACTIVISM | Local Activists Demand that PM Protect Rivers

Local activist and chair of the Kamloops Council of Canadians Anita Strong is calling on the…

ECO TOURISM | First Nations Trail Development: Sustainable economic development & healthy living

By Thomas Schoen, Chair, CMBC –  Trail recreation, including hiking, trail running, horseback riding, and particularly mountain…

 

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