Via Rail seeks shelter in Valemount – The
Via Rail seeks shelter in Valemount – The Rocky Mountain Goat News The Rocky Mountain GoatBy Laura Keil. This winter business owners went public about two train travellers who almost died while waiting for their delayed train in the dead of winter.
Posted on 3 August 2019 | 12:00 am
Province looks for operator to take over BC
Province looks for operator to take over BC Bus North Prince Rupert Northern ViewThe new contract would extend the *service* through to March 2021.
Posted on 31 July 2019 | 12:00 am
Pride bench unveiled in B.C. village where
Pride bench unveiled in B.C. village where council refused rainbow crosswalk CBC.caVillage council in Valemount, B.C. denied a request for a rainbow crosswalk three years ago and one business owner decided it was time for a community ...
Posted on 29 July 2019 | 12:00 am
Valemount Community Forest buys sawmill –
Valemount Community Forest buys sawmill – The Rocky Mountain Goat News The Rocky Mountain GoatBy Laura Keil and Andru McCracken. The headrig sawmill will process logs that are bigger than the larger companies want. The mill will operate at the ...
Posted on 28 July 2019 | 12:00 am
Coroner's jury calls for more high-tech
Coroner's jury calls for more high-tech equipment in wake of deadly police shooting CTV NewsPRINCE GEORGE, B.C. - A British Columbia coroner's jury has recommended that there be more officers on the North District emergency response team and ...
Posted on 24 July 2019 | 12:00 am
Resolved Question: Valemount, BC Area info?
can anyone tell me about the area? Like is there a lot of people? Farming community? precipitation? Etc anything you may know about the area and the mountains beside it :) Im doing a story where the setting is there o yea :P
Posted on 28 February 2012 | 6:13 am
Resolved Question: 2weeks in West Canada!
We are desperately trying to figure out how to divide our time well so we can see as much as possible.
How many days in total do you think we will need exploring along the icefields parkway and how many exploring vancouver and vancouver island.
Rough itinerary so far:
Arrive Calgary 20th April @ 1.30.... Depart Vancover @ 2.05
In Alberta we are basing ourselves @ Canmore
Day 1. Arrive calgary! 2.30 calgary tower and glenbow museum walk around calgary! drive to canmore in evening
Day 2. Banff National Park, explore? Back to canmore for evening
Day 3. Lake Louise + Moraine Lake
Day 4. Jasper National Park (should we stay the night or drive back to canmore)
Day 5. Jasper NP. Canmore in evening
Day 6. Drive Canmore - Kelowna (any unmissable sights along the way?) Kelowna overnight stay
Day 7. Day exploring Kelowna (any must sees?)
Day 8. Drive from Kelowna - Vancouver afternoon
Day 9 and 10. Explore vancouver (any must sees or dos?)
Day 11. Vancouver - Victoria..explore victoria
Day 12,13,and 14. Vancover Island. Tofino, North of Island..(must sees or dos? )
Day 15- Drive back to Vancouver from North of V. Island.
Day 16- Depart from Vancouver
I would really appreciate as much help as you can give and as soon as poss! Thank you so much ;D xx
Posted on 22 January 2011 | 2:26 am
Resolved Question: Which area in BC would
Every year my boyfriend, and I go on a trip throughout somewhere in BC, what would you best suggest for those who are in BC?
Northern BC (Terrace, Smithers, Nisga, Queen Charlottes, Atlin, Peace River etc)
Cariboo/Chilcotin Area (Quesnel, Wells Gray, Nimpo Lake, Lac La hache etc)
South Eastern Area (Cranbrook, Trail, Rossland, Banff etc.)
Central Southern Part (Penticton, Kamloops, Merritt, Jasper, Valemount etc.)
Also, what would you recommend the most for a) hiking trails b) wildlife viewing and photography c) scenery.
Posted on 8 January 2010 | 12:48 pm
Resolved Question: Day trip from Seattle, WA
I am visiting Seattle in March and would like to take a daytrip to Vancouver. I understand I can catch the train between the two cities, which leaves me around 4-5 hours in Vancouver.
Can anyone recommend what there is to do in Vancouver for this relatively short period of time?
Posted on 22 January 2008 | 7:59 pm