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1970 was the final year the Mission operated as a residential school.  In 1973, the BC Government leased the Mission Building with the intent of turning it into a facility for psychiatric care.  The building was stripped of its historic fixtures and artifacts, and after spending $750,000 on renovations, the project was abandoned.  The following winter the [...]

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and the best green fees!  You could save up to 25% on early morning tee-times when you golf at St. Eugene!  This discounted green fee is available 7 days a week, and includes unlimited use of our driving range, complimentary bottled water, and use of our swimming pool, fitness center and sauna.  Book now by calling [...]

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The term, ‘slot machine’ once referred to all gambling devices and vending machines. Since the turn of last century however, the term has become synonymous with gambling machines. Slots, ‘liberty bell machines’, 'fruit' machines, ‘one armed bandits’ are all terms commonly used to refer to slot machines. The first coin operated machines were based on [...]

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Chief Isadore, was a well respected Kutenai Indian Chief, who led his people with distinction and a strong will before his passing on the St. Mary’s Reserve, near Cranbrook, B.C. during the winter of 1893-94. According to historical accounts, Chief Isadore was "an impressive and dignified individual who, by virtue of his wealth and energy, held [...]

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