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Pros and cons of incorporation

Pros and cons of incorporation

At the next full meeting of the Area C Governance Study Committee, which is scheduled for 6 p.m. on Thursday, June 15 at Blind Bay Community Hall, several guest speakers will be addressing the pro’s and con’s of incorporation based on their experiences.

Fishing derby a family-oriented event

The other day I received a number of parcels from the Family Fishing Society of British Columbia.
COLUMN: The Shuswap home to northernmost winery

COLUMN: The Shuswap home to northernmost winery

A visit to the Celista Estate Winery can be mesmerizing
COLUMN: Who cares? Support groups can help

COLUMN: Who cares? Support groups can help

If you experience episodes of clinical depression, bi-polar disorder, anxiety or PTSD, the care and support you receive will vary from none to a lot.
COLUMN: Anticipating spring turnover

COLUMN: Anticipating spring turnover

Fishing is now in full swing on many lower altitude lakes here in the South Interior
Mayor’s Report: Shuswap’s economy tied in with forest industry

Mayor’s Report: Shuswap’s economy tied in with forest industry

The story of Salmon Arm is intertwined with the development of British Columbia’s forest sector.
ELECTION 2017: Unstable minority unlikely to last

ELECTION 2017: Unstable minority unlikely to last

Greens’ Andrew Weaver will want to see carbon tax increased
In a time of crisis

In a time of crisis

It has been a difficult time for many in the Shuswap over the past few days.
COLUMN: Paper gone, electronics in

COLUMN: Paper gone, electronics in

It was salmon season, and the mist drifted over the dark green waters of the Shuswap River’s corner pin pool.
COLUMN: Investigation yields tin reward

COLUMN: Investigation yields tin reward

Something exciting happened last week at R.J. Haney Heritage Village