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Let's keep the strong Terrace 2050 vision in mind, and see how well on track we are towards what we envision for our community.
Terrace B.C. writer urges investment in railways, pointing to the travel and success of that mode of travel in Europe.
By not addressing climate change, America and the Trump Government is costing us all, says Terrace B.C. writer.
P.T. Barnum once said, no one ever went broke under estimating the intelligence of people. Sad, but true, says northwest B.C. writer.
I recently had coffee with one of Terrace’s Syrian refugees. He and his family waited in a refugee camp for four years before coming here
Columnist Al Lehmann says common experience between people can be hard to come by, but is necessary to solve our mutual problems
Let's follow the thread from rudimentary phone to these odd thinking machines we call smartphones
How might a municipality like Terrace usefully and profitably participate in the shift away from the old order of coal mining, oil and gas?
The long, bumpy ride toward a global, sustainable, green economy has begun, begins columnist Al Lehmann
Survey asks questions about the future of northwestern B.C.
The odds are becoming increasingly stacked against betting on the idea that prevailing theories of climate change are some kind of hoax
The world needs more quiet spaces in which to think
Conversation and public writing has long been littered with familiar metaphors...
Although the federal government claims that information was to be “digitized,” much material was simply discarded
Solar power has become cheaper and more efficient compared to previous years
Industrial growth produces abundance, but it does so extremely unevenly and causes enormous natural destruction in the process
A major problem of political economy is the inaccurate connection between our monetary economy and nature.
And it can also help clean up the environment as well
In buildings the movement will be toward re-using waste heat, then designing for renewable heat sources.
This week, our columnist Al Lehmann talks about how what political slogans are doing to humanity