Building Homes

First Nations communities create affordable, quality housing Leading-edge efforts mean that members of five First Nations communities in the Basin will benefit from over 50 new affordable housing units and improvements on over 150 existing ones. … Continued

Feeding Fernie

Collaborating with community to serve residents during the pandemic Kirk and Linda Green, both majors with the Salvation Army and managers of its food bank in Fernie, are passionate about their community. With many years of … Continued

Blending the Traditional and Modern

The new ʔaq̓am Health and Wellness Centre provides holistic care The delegates cut the ribbon as the spirited beat of a youth drum circle hangs in the air. On July 14, 2020, under a blue, cloudless … Continued

A Creston Farm Supports the Food Supply

With demand on the rise, local growers turn to Trust programs When uncertainty and fear gripped the world due to the pandemic, Cartwheel Farm owners Laura and Nigel Francis felt it, too. But those emotions were … Continued

COVID-19 Highlights the Importance of Connectivity

The Basin’s regional districts, via the Regional Broadband Committee, have a user-friendly online platform to gather data on local internet performance. Are you curious about the internet speeds in your area? Take this two-minute speed test … Continued

The Ultimate List of Basin Authors

Thanks to your suggestions, we have a compiled a list of your favourite Basin Authors. All authors are located within the Columbia Basin region. Check out our list below to learn more about each author. Deryn … Continued

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