Attack of the attack ads

“I’m not going to vote for Steve, or Tom, or Justin, or even Lizzie. I can’t. I only get to vote for whichever back bencher comes out on top in my constituency.”              FULL STORY

Hungrywolf, Adolph with train museum mgr

East Kootenay author Adolf Hungrywolf (right) presents "Vintage Cubano," to the manager of Central Patria, a sugar factory turned into a museum for steam train operations and old cars.

Cuba’s history is running out of steam

Adolph Hungrywolf was invited to Cuba by historian Eusebio Leal to present copies of his book on Cuban trains and cars to museums and libraries.

“Most important to me,” he said, “is that my friends whose pictures are in the book would otherwise never get a chance to see it.” FULL STORY

Jackson, Zacccheos 2014 photo Chris Randle

Zaccheous remembered

Thursday, August 27 marks the first anniversary of his tragic death. From infancy, Zaccheous Jackson of the Piikani First Nation… FULL STORY

Bracewell, Gerry on porch at home

The pride of Tatlayoko

We’ve asked Cariboo-Chilcotin journalist Sage Birchwater to comment on Gerry Bracewell’s memoir, Gerry Get Your Gun (Caitlin $24.95), released by… FULL STORY

Chambers, Nathalie Madrona Farm Upper Fields

How to Grow a Farm

Saving Farmland: The Fight for Real Food (Rocky Mountain $25) is their instructive and inspiring story. According to Saving Farmland,… FULL STORY


Pony Tales

It’s a horse race, of sorts. Nikki Tate has seven equestrian novels and now Julie White is catching up with… FULL STORY

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