Taghum Hall is the heart of the community. Meet the people behind its success.
Anna looks at accessibility concerns in our rural communities this week, specifically for children, with a Rossland mom.
An ostrich farm on the Arrow Lakes shows us all the benefits of farming this giant bird.
Meet the Elders at Selkirk College and learn what they do to support Indigenous students.
Logging in the Laird Creek watershed once again worries residents that there will be another devastating landslide.
We checked in with Lisa Sims, general manager of the Rock Creek and Boundary Fair Association (RCBFA) to see how things have been since last year.
An extended family of three generations shares a property and extensive gardens to work together and reduce their carbon footprint.
This week we’re turning water into wine as we learn about heat mapping and water conservation in the Okanagan.
For Canada’s National Day for Truth and Reconciliation we are giving space to Indigenous voices. We’re stepping back to listen and learn, and we invite you to do the same.
A former Canadian Armed Forces medic and veteran of the war in Afghanistan found himself in a new war zone this summer when he was evacuated from his home in Falkland, BC, because of a raging wildfire.