Terry Jones has spent most of his professional life working with young adults in the Trail area.
Single use plastic bans are coming to businesses and small towns in BC and Alberta, and that’s a good thing.
For this Grand Forks family, Habitat for Humanity is the solution to setting down roots in their home town.
Ingersoll, Ontario, shows how adapting to changing industry demands and working to their strengths keeps their community going.
When Grant Kelly and his buddies in Invermere, British Columbia, found out that their men’s hockey league would be shut down because of Covid-19, they weren’t sure how they were…
Everyone takes their turn as a neighbourhood shares the workload with a group-owned snow blower in a typically Canadian pilot project.
Trail, British Columbia, exemplifies the words community pride shown in full colour through Communities in Bloom.
Beer and the environment go hand in hand. Microbreweries in Castlegar and Nelson focus on local agriculture and supporting community.
In Creston, British Columbia, farmers are doing their best to feed their fellow neighbours using unique and resourceful approaches.
Gardening takes root in the Kootenays as more people grow their own vegetables for food security amid the COVID-19 pandemic.