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Tom Feeney was found dead in his Rossland home in June 2014 after an apparent robbery.
Politicians aren't boy scouts. The honour code isn't going to work. One agency needs to step up and enforce the law.
Most of the billions spent on B.C. infrastructure projects in 2012 flew under the provincial radar. Out of sight, out of mind. Cost overruns rarely made a media ripple outside of the affected community. Yet, through various cost sharing formulas, we're all on the hook for them one way or another, whether it's the Vancouver Convention Centre expansion or new roads in Campbell River.
ROSSLAND, B.C. - A group of 10 skiers from Washington state who inadvertently ventured into British Columbia's backcountry kept themselves warm by starting a fire and huddling together until help arri...
B.C.'s newly created Office of the Auditor General for Local Government will examine Rossland's procurement and asset management systems, following a controversy involving a city building inspector wh...
The New York Times has named an "underrated" ski resort as one of its places to travel in 2013. RED Mountain Resort in Rossland, B.C. was ranked eighth among the newspaper's "46 Places to Go," ahead o...
NELSON, B.C. - A pair of southern B.C. Interior communities have been jointly crowned best ski town to "throwdown" in North America by readers of a 40-year-old ski enthusiasts' magazine.Nelson and Ros...