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There was a post office in White Lake?

Every once in a while a researcher has a question that feels out of the blue. This summer there have been a several questions no one has asked before. Luckily, our receptionist Ashley is pretty careful about taking messages. Ashley told me, “John called. He’d like to know where the post office was in White Lake. Will you call him back?” “Of course I will!” I responded. I called John. He told me he’d lived most of his life in White Lake and someone...

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Old book gets new life

“Tucked in between the rocky fastnesses of Northern British Columbia and the semi-arid bunch grass country to the south lie the pleasant valleys of the Shuswap and its tributaries, stretching from Kamloops up to Sugar Lake, and to the headwaters of the Eagle. To those accustomed to think of British Columbia as a country of rocky canyons and snow-clad peaks, the Shuswap Country comes as a pleasant surprise. Here is a land of wide river valley and many-armed lakes, bordered by long...

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Secwépemc Landmarks Project

A new landmark sculpture was unveiled at Marine Peace Park on June 25th. In the spirit of truth and reconciliation, the piece is like a handshake between cultures.

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