Last week, MP for British Columbia Southern Interior, Mr. Alex Atamanenko, utilized his one minute Member’s Statement to address the House of Commons, Parliament, and the people of Canada to let them know of the efforts of a small rural school’s efforts to fight the good fight. 
Mr. Atamanenko boldly shared with us all the school and community based full-length feature film, Project Turquoise Snowflake, that has nearly finished filming in and around L.V. Rogers Secondary School and the beautiful city of Nelson, BC.

To paraphrase Margaret Mead: A small group of people can change things; it’s the only thing that ever has

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