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The virtual world does not as far as I know give real time information about the recent cattle coming home or the fall regrowth on fields and pastures.
Jock Finlayson of BC Business Council writes about the provincial government’s Labour Market Outlook
Women in the 1980’s accepted sexual violence as an unfortunate byproduct of a social life
Didn’t get to see the chicken herders in action at the Stampede Grounds recently
Anyone familiar with Douglas Fir has probably noticed they have a good crop of cones this year.
The government has announced funding for proving up new ideas:
The annual summit meeting is probably the most important for northern and rural communities.
Is our accident rate really soaring, or is it inefficiency?
It may come as a surprise to many that we are now in the third month of the official campaign
ICBC deficit now largely due to reckless and distracted driving
It is clear that conserving soil, then, is a better route than allowing degradation and then trying to rebuild replacement soil.
For those who attended the harvest fair I am sure would agree is was a first class event.
There will likely be more contenders, last election there were 12 for council, four for mayor.
As August closed we were still under the effects of smoke which filtered out a lot of light.
OAPO’s monthly meeting will be on Sept. 13 at 1 p.m. and all members are welcomed
Revealed as just another sales tax, it’s doomed in B.C. and nationally
Although summer doesn’t end until Sept. 22, the day after Labour Day is fall for most
Industrial transitions do not happen overnight, Jock Finlayson writes
As I write this, the skies have opened up and the dirt roads are running with muddy water.