The Dalai Lama (and a host of other, slightly less well-known advocates) argues that the reason we’re here, alive and sometimes kicking our way through life, is to figure out how to be happy — a pursuit that’s not as simple as it sounds, as we can all attest. That’s a notion that’s always resonated … More Happiness Runs in a Circular Motion!
What if someone came up to you and asked the following simple question: “What’s the one thing about Kaslo and Area D that makes your village and the surrounding region unique?” A bit of a head-scratcher for most of us, right? How on earth can you distill all the amazing assets we have into a single response? … More What’s Kaslo’s “Brand”?
It’s time for positive change in rural BC. It’s time for a fresh new approach to the challenge and opportunities that face rural residents and their communities. An approach that recognizes that the greatest asset any community has… is the place itself! Enter place-based development. So what is it? To paraphrase the Government of Canada’s … More Social Enterprise + ‘Place-Based’ Development
On today’s show, we touch on the Kaslo Institute’s Kootenay Centre for Culture, Technology & the Economy, have a tongue-in-cheek chat with Hollywood-based Oscar-winning animator & director John Kahrs, and as always, spin a few sweet songs. Enjoy! Click here to listen to podcast.
For some time now we’ve been working on a proposal to create a dynamic new economic development driver for our region and the rest of the Columbia Basin. We call it the Kootenay Centre for Applied Creativity — or simply “the Centre.” The idea is to host summits and conferences throughout the year on themes that … More Exciting New Project in the Offing
On today’s show, 15-year-old JV Humphries School student Jessalyn Tremblay makes her broadcast debut! Toss in a bit of commentary and lots of great music and you have the perfect recipe for a lively half hour of Kaslo’s very own radio show — enjoy! Click here to listen to podcast.
On today’s show, musings on literature, rural economic development, and plenty of fun music. Enjoy! Click here to listen to podcast.