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Reader says a public information session is needed
A letter writer said the former federal justice minister is one of a rare class of politicians.
What are your plans for Family Day?
Harrison residents Marg and Ted Doman thank the anonymous snow shovellers who cleaned their driveway
No organization should be immune to scrutiny
As a kid growing up in the central Alps of Switzerland I knew three winter temperature conditions: not too bad, cold, and bloody cold. When I experienced my first 40 below in Fort Nelson, where Fahrenheit meets Celsius, I convinced myself that once the temperature hits 40 below it doesn't make any difference anymore. I abandoned that assumption long before I experienced my all-time low, -54 C in Dawson City. All these experiences were before the invention of the wind chill factor.
The tools of his trade were stolen in a vehicle break-in and will be costly to replace.
Guest View from writers involved in the United Nations declaration.
United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples to be implemented
Reporter Kate Saylors writes about the common misconception surrounding a BC Housing development.
Writer says there's more to it than what we're being told
'The death of long-form writing.'
My father makes earrings from rocks. He has a philosophy about it, too.
Snow measurements show less snowfall than usual, and a considerably less than last year
Columnist Jim Hilton explores the use of herbicides in Quesnel forests
B.C Hydro continues to face interference on rates
I was talking to my mom this week, who remarked that kids really have a mind of their own, noting that she had always hoped her (four) children would be avid readers. While I read a little, I would say all four of us have disappointed her in that regard.