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.
A few days ago, those of us who live in the West Kootenay felt a bit of a rumble. A mild earthquake, less than 5.0 on the Richter scale rumbled our area. Slightly unsettling for those of us who noticed, but no damage done. Our fellow mountain dwellers in Nepal weren’t so lucky. The temblor that … More Here’s a good reason why we need the Kootenay Centre for Applied Creativity
ALPINE NIRVANA… Imagine a stunningly beautiful, 100 km+ stretch of fjord-like lake, soaring peaks, majestic forests, raging rivers, and bountiful wildlife. At one end anchored by Canada’s small town cultural capital. At the other by a hamlet called the most beautiful village in British Columbia. Imagine this stunning, unspoiled mountain valley, connected by a fibre-enabled, … More Kootenay Centre for Applied Creativity Update
Columbia Basin Trust‘s quest to find some “big ideas” that support its mandate to improve our lot in life here in the Columbia Basin, has come to a close. The “Our Trust Our Future” initiative generated 123 concrete ideas from organizations, businesses, and individuals throughout the Basin. Of these, the Kaslo Institute’s proposed Kootenay Centre … More Kaslo-Based Centre Gains Support