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Shuswap Trails Roundtable continues to model community collaboration
Shuswap Trails Roundtable continues to model community collaboration
Tuesday, December 5, 2017
News Release: December 05, 2017   Shuswap Trails Roundtable continues to model community collaboration   The Shuswap, British Columbia – The Shuswap’s reputation for working together despite seeming odds and limited resources continues to grow with the latest gathering of the Shuswap Regional Trails Roundtable last Wednesday hosted in Chase. Provincial leadership at the event acknowledged the gathering is unique in BC.
Local trail legend, Connie Harris Crowley, awarded Senate 150th Commemorative Medal
Local trail legend, Connie Harris Crowley, awarded Senate 150th Commemorative Medal
Monday, November 27, 2017
News Release: November 27, 2017 Local trail legend, Connie Harris Crowley, awarded Senate 150th Commemorative Medal for her work as a Canadian trail builder The Shuswap, British Columbia - Please join us in congratulating Shuswap Trails legend, Connie Harris Crowley, who has been recognized for her work as a Canadian trail builder by Senator Nancy Greene Raine with a Senate 150th Commemorative Medal.
Shuswap Trail Alliance on Eagle Pass Lookout structure
Shuswap Trail Alliance on Eagle Pass Lookout structure
Sunday, October 8, 2017
News Release: October 8, 2017 Shuswap Trail Alliance issues open letter on the recent Eagle Pass Lookout structure   To our Secwepemc, Provincial, Regional/Municipal and Community Partners,   Given the recent media publicity on the Eagle Pass Mountain Lookout, the Shuswap Trail Alliance has been asked to provide a position statement on the structure recently rebuilt on the old stone lookout foundation.
Public assent achieved to purchase Shuswap-to-Armstrong Rail-Trail
Public assent achieved to purchase Shuswap-to-Armstrong Rail-Trail
Tuesday, August 1, 2017
The Shuswap-to-Armstrong Rail-Trail UPDATE: GOOD NEWS! Public assent was achieved to purchase sections of the abandoned Canadian Pacific Rail corridor between Sicamous and Armstrong. The Columbia Shuswap Regional District (CSRD) and the Regional District of North Okanagan (RDNO) have both successfully concluded an Alternative Approval Process (AAP), providing them with the necessary public assent to borrow for the purchase of sections of the CP Rail Corridor property between Sicamous and Armstrong, excluding a number of sections owned by the Splatsin.
Trail Volunteers Rock the Shuswap
Trail Volunteers Rock the Shuswap
Wednesday, June 14, 2017
News Release: June 14, 2017 Trail Volunteers Rock the Shuswap   The Shuswap, British Columbia - Oh my goodness THANK YOU! To all the volunteers who have been working out on Shuswap Trails: You Rock! So many of you have taken to the trails over the last weeks following the flooding and wind storms, and lifted and flicked and cut your way through the jungle of blowdown to get the trails open again - from Enderby Cliffs to Reinecker Creek to Rubberhead to South Canoe to Mt Baldy and Scotch Creek.
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