Flickr: Caillum Smith
Jumbo Glacier Resort's environmental certificate has lapsed because it did not meet provincial requirements on starting construction.
Piriya Photography via Getty Images
On Saturday, when every other town in B.C. voted for new municipal leaders, there was no voting in Jumbo, a "small town" with no residents and no buildings.
"This is the last stop. There's small bits of populations to the south and in the U.S and, if we cut them off they are hooped."
"Where are they going to park the cars? You're not going to park them in the middle of an avalanche zone."
It is time for Premier Clark to stop the Jumbo Glacier Resort gravy train and bring accountability and sanity to the situation once and for all.
VANCOUVER - The B.C. government is exempting about 99 per cent of the natural gas produced in the province from automatic environmental assessment reviews.Under orders in council passed without public...
VANCOUVER - A pristine region in southeastern British Columbia known to the local First Nation as Qat'muk, the place where "grizzly bear spirits" gather, would be profoundly transformed if a $450-mill...
The B.C. government will officially create the Mountain Resort Municipality of Jumbo Glacier with a new mayor and council, but no residents, despite ongoing opposition, on Tuesday. The appointed mayo...
After 20 years of heated debate, B.C. officially announced on Tuesday the creation of the Jumbo Glacier resort municipality. Community Development Minister Bill Bennett formally announced the creation...