WILD GOOSE CHASE

June 28, 2018 0

>> MICHELLE COLE Nestled between jagged mountain ranges in the heart of the Sinixt territory, lies a crescent-shaped body of water. THE DEEP LAKE The local myth is that Slocan Lake

PADDLIN’ BILL POLLOCK

June 28, 2018 0

>> BY Cassidy Randall When I grow up, I want to be like Bill Pollock. He paddles whitewater on little-known Canadian rivers and guides canoe and cross-country ski trips. Last

INDUSTRIAL WASTE: A LOVE STORY

June 28, 2018 0

>> BY PETER WORDEN Charise Folnovic has been collecting trash by the riverside. She first noticed broken glass in the rocks while walking her dog. Not wanting Maddie to cut

A WALK IN THE WOODS

June 28, 2018 0

>>  BY GLEN WESTRUP By the time you read this, the BC Interior Forestry Museum Society will have commenced building trails from the Forestry Museum, down through the land on the

STORIES BENEATH THE SURFACE

June 27, 2018 0

>> BY Cathy English Sections of British Columbia experienced devastating flooding this year, particularly in the community of Grand Forks. Residents there are beginning the long process of reclaiming and rebuilding

(MORE) ANSWERS TO ALL YOUR DAM QUESTIONS

June 25, 2018 0

Q+A WITH JEN WALKER-LARSON & THE GOOD PEOPLE AT BC HYDRO  The Revelstoke Dam generates its fair share of local intrigue and alcohol-fueled spurious rumour. Luckily, BC Hydro is happy

CROSSING PATHS

June 25, 2018 0

>> WRITTEN BY Laura Stovel with EDITING BY Leslie Davidson It was noon on a perfect early-autumn day. Baptiste felt the sun warm on his back. He drew on his

Welcome to Revel-Stoc

December 1, 2014 0

  >>By Rory Luxmoore Winter 2014, Issue #39   What is in a name? Well, a lot, actually. Take ‘Revetstoke’ for examiple. Few towns can boast having such a dynamic

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