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A Long Winter Nap

The last leaf has fallen, winter is just around the corner, the bears are moving on to their winter dens and the Bear Aware Program will be coming to an end for the season. Thank you to everyone who has supported the Bear Aware Program by volunteering, managing attractants responsibly, calling in bear sightings which enable us to direct educational activities, and providing financial and/or in-kind support for the program.

Posted by Kathy Murray on Oct 26, 2009 in Outdoors

Stress and Adrenal Glands

“Adrenal fatigue” is a condition that, although addressed by many naturopathic doctors, is not frequently treated by conventional practitioners.

Posted by Dr. Taina Turcasso on Oct 26, 2009 in Health

Turning Dreams into Reality

It started out as an idea, let’s take the winters off and soak up the sun. Steph and I traveled many places trying to find that perfect tropical destination for our “winters”. Our friend Chicken had doing some research on great places to invest in Central America and let us know about some incentives and tax breaks available to foreign investors in Panama.

Posted by admin on Oct 24, 2009 in Community

Recovery Prospects

Provided by East Kootenay Community Credit Union

Signs of economic recovery are emerging after one of the most severe financial crisis in decades. The strength and durability of any recovery are natural concerns given the depth and breadth of the recession and on its policy-driven sources. For example what happens when some fiscal stimulus expires? Will the economy generate self-sustaining growth? Is a fallback into recession, the double-dip recession, likely? Closer to home, how are the East Kootenays faring and what are its recovery prospects?

Posted by Helmut Pastrick on Oct 24, 2009 in Real Estate (deprecated)

Fernie's 100 Miles

In recent years, there is increasing knowledge and awareness about eating locally grown food. Not only does this effort help build more locally based, self-reliant food economies, it reduces greenhouse gas emissions released from the production, packing, processing, transport, preparation and waste of food.

Posted by Community Eco Garden on Sep 27, 2009 in Health

Summer for the Canadian Ladies Alpine Ski Team

Now what is it that ski racers do in the summer months when there is no snow to be seen and the skis are waxed and put away to collect dust for the summer? Contrary to what most people think, summer is not all about beer, beach and barbeques, but about barbells, bikes and bruises.

Posted by Emily Brydon on Aug 24, 2009 in Outdoors