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2018-10-18
October 18th

Thursday Baking Club shared a link

Cinnamon Star Bread

Did you know that this week is National Baking Week? Though to be honest every week for me is Baking Week.  I’ve been travelling the last few weeks which has made it a bit more difficult to get some baking...

October 17th

Kristin Jubinville shared a story

BIG NIGHT OUT 2018

Big Brothers Big Sisters Cranbrook Party Bridge Interiors Masquerade Style

The Ladies and Gentlemen arrived Dressed to the nines in Masks for the fundraising event. They entered Bridge Interiors at 7pm to Firemen Bouncers taking their tickets and jackets, to be led up the stairs to the Black Jack &...

October 12th

Lee Tengum shared a story

The US isn't the only country Canada shares a crossable border with!

And the food is amazing!

W5: France's best-kept secret in North America

October 11th

Thursday Baking Club shared a link

Millionaire’s Shortbread

Last year, while doing a “New Baking Recipe A Week” challenge, I watched an episode of Great British Bake Off (to be honest, most of my baking stories start with an episode of the show) and their task was to...

October 10th

Global BC shared a link

Enbridge natural gas pipeline explodes near Prince George

A section of an Enbridge pipeline ruptured and caused an explosion north east of Prince George.Residents were evacuated, no injuries reported. Anne Drewa explains.

October 9th

Global Calgary shared a link

So your kid wants to be a YouTube star? Parenting expert says it’s not a simple yes or no answer

"There's no sense just cluttering the air space. What's the value added when you are posting?"

E-Know shared a link

Fernie Community Fund is growing and giving

The Fernie Community Fund is growing and giving! Over the past year, generous individuals, businesses, and organizations have helped the Fernie Community Fund grow from...

Cranbrook Daily Townsman shared a link

Fast-strengthening hurricane closes in on Florida Panhandle

Coastal residents rushed to board up their homes and sandbag their properties against the fast-moving hurricane, which was expected to blow ashore around midday Wednesday The post Fast-strengthening hurricane closes in on Florida Panhandle appeared first on Cranbrook Daily Townsman.

October 8th

Global BC shared a link

Recipe: What to do with Thanksgiving leftovers

JRG Executive Chef and MasterChef Winner David Jorge shares some ideas for what to do with turkey leftovers.

E-Know shared a link

Maker Space Society discovery days upcoming

The Columbia Valley Maker Space Society will be putting on a Discovery Day on Saturday, October 13, at the Canal Flats Community Centre. “We will...

Cranbrook Daily Townsman shared a link

Giant mushroom find makes Thanksgiving tastier for B.C. couple

The giant king bolete mushroom was almost three kilograms The post Giant mushroom find makes Thanksgiving tastier for B.C. couple appeared first on Cranbrook Daily Townsman.

Global BC shared a link

BC rock band gets some stolen instruments back

The rock band 54-40 is celebrating the return of five of the seven vintage guitars that were stolen from their van. Aaron McArthur tells us where they were found.

Global Calgary shared a link

More snow on the way for southern Alberta

Parts of southern Alberta could see another 5 to 10 centimetres of snow.

Global Okanagan shared a link

More problems in multi-million dollar West Kelowna wine trail project

Extended interview with West Kelowna Coun. Rosalin Neis voicing concern that a multi-million dollar project was not handled properly.

Global Calgary shared a link

More fall snow makes tough Alberta harvest season tougher: ‘It’s depressing. It’s stressful’

Waking up to another fresh blanket of snow on Monday morning only made matters worse for Alberta farmers still working to get their crops off the field.

Global Calgary shared a link

Calgary Zoo’s conservation program breeds rare set of whooping crane twins

There are not one - but two whooping crane siblings now calling the Calgary area home.

Cranbrook Daily Townsman shared a link

Google+ to shut down after security bug revealed

Company admitted that there was ‘very low usage’ of its Facebook competitor The post Google+ to shut down after security bug revealed appeared first on Cranbrook Daily Townsman.

Global Calgary shared a link

Calgary couple who lost everything finds success with gluten-free bakery business

A Calgary family who lost everything in the economic downturn in Calgary is starting all over again, this time helping people in need of gluten-free products.

October 7th

Global Calgary shared a link

Calgary magazine reviews top food and drink options in the city

Sun, Oct 7: Käthe Lemon, the Avenue Magazine editor-in-chief, joins Global News Morning to discuss their recent article detailing the best 25 things to eat in the city.

Global BC shared a link

Landslide fears force evacuation of community outside of Fort St. John

Slow moving landslide forces evacuation of community near Fort St. John. Jay Durant has the details

Global Okanagan shared a link

Red Seal Hairdressing

Anyone can pick up a pair of scissors and call themselves a hairdresser because hairdressing is not a regulated industry in B.C. But as Shelby Thom reports, a Penticton cosmetology school is trying to change that.

E-Know shared a link

Having fun while spelling

Grade 1 students from Kootenay Christian Academy enjoy practicing their weekly spelling words in the school sand box and on the windows! It’s awesome to...

October 4th

Lee Tengum shared a link

This is huge! Well done CBK!

One of the biggest hurdles for attracting new industry and jobs has been the availability of industrial zone land.  The purchase of the 100 acre property was a strategic move for Cranbrook intended on bringing many benefits to the business...

E-Know shared a link

Bent on Art exhibit continues to Oct. 14

The Fernie Museum is excited to present Bent on Art, a pop-up exhibition featuring the works of 15 Kootenay queer artists from September 28 to...

Cranbrook Daily Townsman shared a link

Heavy snowfall recedes, temperatures level out into weekend

Environment Canada says snow should retreat back up the mountainside The post Heavy snowfall recedes, temperatures level out into weekend appeared first on Cranbrook Daily Townsman.

Global BC shared a link

Travel insurance tips

Before you head off on a trip, ensure you have the necessary medical insurance. Travel consultant Claire Newell explains how much you could be on the hook for if you are not prepared.

October 3rd

Lee Tengum shared a link

Mother nature's way of saying "Get to bed!"?

October 2nd

Global BC shared a link

Squire Barnes on a possible Seattle NHL franchise

Seattle has taken a big step towards having an NHL team, and an instant rivalry with the Vancouver Canucks. Squire Barnes has more.

Global BC shared a link

Canadian olympian walking 25km in 25 days campaign to support KidSport BC

Over the next three weeks, Canadian race walker Evan Dunfee will cover more kilometres in his running shoes than most us will put on our vehicles. Jay Janower has the details.

Global BC shared a link

B.C. man fights to keep cheetahs

A West Kootenay man is asking for permission to keep his two cheetahs, despite the fact one of them once escaped. Catherine Urquhart reports.

Global Calgary shared a link

Good ski season ahead?

Here’s a view of Lake Louise and Banff after Tuesday’s snowy blast.

Global Calgary shared a link

Alberta milk producers slam new North American trade agreement: ‘What do I do now?’

Alberta Milk said the province's more than 520 dairy farms will now be told to produce less milk — resulting in a smaller paycheque — because of the new U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement.

October 1st

Lee Tengum shared a link

4 day work weeks in the summer seem like a grand idea!

Happier people with more time on their hands in the summer sounds like a swell idea!

September 30th

Global Calgary shared a link

‘The Grizzlies’ tells true story of resilience in Inuit community

Miranda de Pencier, director of ‘The Grizzlies,’ joins Global News Morning to discuss the film being screened at the Calgary International Film Festival. ‘The Grizzlies’ tells the story of a group of Inuit students who turn to Lacrosse as a...

September 29th

Lee Tengum shared a link

These are adorable, I wonder if they'd make one for our local deer?

I'd get a felted deer made, maybe we could host a competition for the most felt-o-genic deer in Cranbrook...